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Alex is a Registered Migration Agent and is responsible for managing all of the visa requirements for Overseas Trained GPs to work in Australia.
After transitioning from her role as Regulatory Consultant to our Migration Agent, Alex’s seven years of experience in the regulatory and migration arena provides crucial support to the GP team.
Our in-house Regulatory and Migration team is working to provide you with the most up-to-date information about travel restrictions to and from Australia.
From 1st of September, the Specialist Recognition Program (SRP) is being superseded by the Practice Experience Pathway (PEP) Specialist Stream. Read on for our rundown on the PEP.
From 1st July 2019, a new health workforce classification system is in place for GPs and Bonded Doctors with DPA replacing DPS.
DWS has now been replaced by DPA (Distribution Priority Areas). Our in-house Regulatory and Migration team share with you what has changed.
A Health Workforce Certificate will be required for certain medical professions from 11 March 2019. Read full details from our Regulatory and Migration team.
Everything non-VR GPs need to know about the new Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) fee arrangements.
From 3 Sept 2018, the RACGP’s Specialist Pathway Program (SPP) is being replaced by the Specialist Recognition Program (SRP). Read our blog for full details.
The Federal Government has made several changes to Australian work visas this year which can often be confusing and complex. Have questions? Our FAQ can help.
Wavelength's in-house Regulatory and Migration team clarifies changes to Australia’s 457 Sponsorship Visa in March 2018.