TRA payment: new user guide

‘This user guide outlines the steps to follow when applying for a Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) skills assessment for the TSS Skills Assessment Program (TSS Program), Offshore Skills Assessment Program (OSAP), and Trades Recognition Service (TRS)’

Following the recent changes made by TRA regarding payment arrangements, the TRA’s website has announced a new payment user guide.

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Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1461003). He is the owner of Target Migration in Sydney. He can be reached at

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