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Would you be entitled to a training allowance for a full time TAFE course on a skilled migration visa?

What is the maximum length of a training course you can do with TAFE on a skilled migration visa?

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Not until you have lived in AU for at least 2 yrs. Most allowances and payments through Centrelink are not valid for new migrants before they have lived in AU for two yrs.

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Would you be entitled to a training allowance for a full time TAFE course on a skilled migration visa?

What is the maximum length of a training course you can do with TAFE on a skilled migration visa?

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