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  • 44,600 jobs in regional Australia help attract more skilled workers|
    A seven-step toolbox created by the Regional Australia Institute (RIA) has been deployed in rural and regional Australia to attract more skilled workers to the region.   The city of Rupanyup is about 300 kilometers northwest of Melbourne. It has a population of 500; agriculture supports industry in this area, which is changing rapidly due to technological advances. But David Matthews, director of Adelaide and Bank Bendigo, and a third-generation farmer in the city said it was difficult to bring in skilled workers.   There are still opportunities in the transport sector, so you can get jobs in industries and in road transport, he said. But, he said, there is now an increased need for people who can produce high-yielding crops.   Mr. Matthews has actively sponsored a small group of migrant workers, mainly from Colombia, to work on his farm. He said ten migrants currently reside in the city and others from South America aspire to emigrate to fill vacancies – but that is not enough.   Seven-Step Toolbox from the Regional Australia Institute   The Regional Australia Institute (R.A.I.) reports that there are currently more than 44,600 job vacancies in regional Australia that are difficult to fill. Chronic labor deficits have influenced some regions, leading to population declines and business closures.   This month we witnessed the launch by R.A.I of the latest toolkit aimed at helping communities bring more migrants to settle in regional and rural Australia.   The toolkit includes sections on how to welcome and greet migrants, guarantee employment and housing, taking into account customs, culture and the environment.   Decline of migration to Australian regional areas   Government statistics reveal that in 2017-2018, of the more than 111,000 skilled migrants who arrived in Australia, just over 6,000 were part of the Scheme Regional Sponsored Migration, a reduction of 39% from 2016-2017 .   A study conducted by Central Queensland University in 2018 found that limited services, social segregation and lack of opportunities to connect with individuals of the same origin were part of the problem preventing migrants from settling in Australian regions. .   Stay up-to-date with our newsletters for the latest updates and information on immigration and visas. We ask you to complete the free evaluation form submitted by Opulentus to get you started in creating your visa and immigration process. We have more than 18 years of experience in the immigration industry and careers abroad. Read more »
  • Where do the new Australian citizens come from?|
    India has become the main source of Australian citizenship, surpassing the United Kingdom, with more than 118,000 migrants born in India who have sworn allegiance to Australia since 2013-2014.   Indian migrants have become the main source of citizenship by delegation in Australia over the last five years, surpassing the United Kingdom.   In the five years between 2013 and 2017, more than 118,000 people born in India have sworn allegiance to Australia by becoming Australian citizens.   Candidates born in India also top the list of visa recipients by country as part of Australia’s annual permanent immigration program.   Former Minister of Citizenship Alan Tudge revealed the country-by-country breakdown of citizenship statistics in the federal Parliament earlier this year.   Of the 54,419 citizenship applications approved as of February 28, 2018, Indian migrants were the largest cohort, with 10,168 applications for Indian-born migrants having been approved.   10,168 – India 9 195 – United Kingdom 2,617 – South Africa 2,399 – Philippines. 1 996 – Australia 1,962 – Sri Lanka 1,731 – Republic of Ireland 1,559 – People’s Republic of China 1,200 – South Korea 1 193 – Malaysia 20.399 – Other countries   In 2016-17, more than 22,000 Indians swore allegiance to Australia, while 19,617 Britons became Australian citizens.   Migrants born in India have been at the top of the citizenship ladder since 2013-2014, when 26,040 migrants born in India were granted Australian citizenship. Migrants born in the United Kingdom occupy the second position, just behind India.   Australian Citizenship conferrals lowest in 15 years   However, the number of confiscations of Australian citizens dropped to its lowest level in 15 years in 2017-2018, with fewer than 81,000 migrants having received Australian citizenship by way of conservation – the lowest level since 2002- 03.   There is also concern about the growing backlog of pending citizenship applications and increased wait times.   According to the Ministry of the Interior, nearly 245,000 applications were pending processing by the end of June this year and the overall processing time for citizenship by award is now between 17 and 19 months.   The Department attributes the delay in processing to an increased focus on “community integrity and safety”, increased demand for Australian citizenship and an increase in the number of cases requiring a “complex identity assessment”.   However, the Ministry stated that it was taking steps to manage the increase in the number of applications and turnaround times and was anticipating a higher number of citizenship applications processed in the current fiscal year.   “The government has set up a working group of 50 people within the Ministry of the Interior to handle extremely complex citizenship applications and to ensure that they are processed as effectively as possible,” he said. David Coleman, Minister of Immigration and Citizenship.   “An additional 150 people are also allocated to focus solely on the processing of applications, with all additional staff to be assigned to this position by the end of the year,” said Coleman.   He stated that these measures had already yielded results with improved processing of claims in the first three months of this year. Read more »
  • Bill introduced to allow dual citizenship for Indians|
    Bill introduced to allow dual citizenship for Indians   An Indian parliamentarian presented to Parliament a bill authorizing dual citizenship for foreign nationals of Indian origin. Under current laws, Indians must give up their Indian citizenship when they acquire citizenship of another country.   A bill submitted to the Indian Parliament aims to authorize dual citizenship for millions of foreign nationals of Indian origin who currently have to give up Indian citizenship once they have become citizens of another country.   Shashi Tharoor, Congressman of Thiruvananthapuram, introduced a bill last week to amend Article 9 of the Indian Constitution, which provides for the automatic abolition of Indian citizenship when it acquires the citizenship of another country .   “We have the largest diaspora in the world, many of whom have emigrated abroad for better opportunities. Taking a foreign passport for convenience does not make them less Indian, “said Tharoor.   According to the UN’s 2018 Global Migration Report, more than 15.6 million Indians live in other countries, making it the largest diaspora in the world, followed by Mexicans and Russians.   A large part of the global Indian diaspora has asked India to allow dual citizenship. The Indian government, in response to some of the demands of Indians living abroad, has introduced the Indian Overseas Citizen Card (OIC). The CLB has been further streamlined and widely promoted under the BJP government.   Although the OIC allows foreign nationals of Indian origin to live and work indefinitely in India, they can not vote or contest an election and are not allowed to own agricultural land in India.   Tharoor says that people of Indian descent, many of whom are highly skilled entrepreneurs in the technology sector, and many of whom have also held high public office abroad, have a significant interest in India. .   “In the era of globalization, more and more India will look for opportunities abroad.”   “By automatically ending their Indian citizenship when they apply for citizenship of a country of residence, the law removes their roots and gives them the feeling that they have no real interest in their country of origin,” he told lawmakers.   Mohamed Zeeshan, a Dubai-based policy consultant and writer, says that while many Indians acquire citizenship in their home countries, they remain firmly attached to their home country and spread India’s global influence in the country. whole world.   “The landmark nuclear agreement between India and the United States, for example, was facilitated in Washington by the powerful political lobbying of the Indo-American community. In 2011, Australian Indians helped convince the Australian government to lift the ban on uranium exports to India, “he writes.   The United Arab Emirates, the United States and Saudi Arabia are the top three countries of residence of people of Indian origin outside India, home to about 7.5 million Indians.   According to the 2016 census, the Indian diaspora in Australia was 619,164 people. In the past five years, from 2013 to 2017, more than 118,000 Indian nationals have acquired Australian citizenship.   Since then, migration from India to Australia has increased.   Ritesh Chugh, a lecturer at Central Queensland University in Melbourne, said the initiative would “open doors” to many opportunities for Indians and India.   “Indians living abroad already contribute enormously to India and its experience is such that India can take advantage of it. But many who see it (the fact of not having Indian nationality) are a major obstacle to achieving this contribution as much as possible, “he told SBS Punjabi.   “For example, for the moment, research paths are limited to citizens. If this disincentive is removed, many people would like to return to work in India as opportunities grow in India, “said Mr. Chugh.   According to the Indian Passport Act, it is prohibited to surrender the Indian passport and formally renounce Indian citizenship after the acquisition of foreign citizenship, which may result in penalties of up to $ 1,050. Read more »
  • Information Out about the opening dates by Rural Development Australia|
    Rural Development Australia Far South Coast – New South Wales   New information about the opening dates published by the RDA. Rural Development Australia Far South Coast has posted new updates on the website.   Following information has been posted in relation to the migration program 2019-20 and new updates about the skilled regional visas announced by Department of Home Affairs (DHA) earlier this year.   26/07/2019 – New skilled occupation list will be published for the region. 01/08/2019 – New migration program will commence for the year 2019-20.   No information has been provided about the closure of the program or upcoming changes to the Skilled Regional Visa in November 2019. Please check on the website on 26/07/2019 for more information about the new skilled occupation list and any other updates will also be posted on their website. Read more »
  • Changes to Visa processing times and High Points category in South Australia.|
    Visa processing times and High Points category Updates in South Australia   South Australia recently updated the Nomination Criteria . Immigration South Australia has sent out a news release about the changes in the ‘High Points Criteria’ and new visa processing times. Following information has been provided by them:   Since 05 July 2019, if the applicants have 80 points, they can have access to occupations marked as Special Conditions Apply in the South Australia occupation list and Supplementary list. But, from 26 July 2019, the applicants will need to have 85 points to meet the High Points Criteria.   South Australia has also advised that once the High Points quota for a given occupation is about to be reached, the High Points Criteria will be automatically increased to 90 points.   Due to high volume of applications, the processing times has also increased. Please check the new processing times here. Immigration South Australia has urged applicants and Migration agents not to put in an enquiry about the application before the processing time and wait for 7 business days for the response to your inquiry. Read more »
  • Victoria Skilled and Business Migration Program|
    New information about the upcoming changes posted here!   A newsletter has been released related to important information and changes in the new sponsorship and nomination that Victorian state government is undertaking for more streamlined processing.   The new application and nomination system will be launched on 29th July 2019. Please lodge any saved or draft application by 4:00 pm; 24 July 2019 – Wednesday. You will not be able to access the online system from 4:00 pm; 24 July 2019 – Wednesday.   All the saved applications will be deleted in the new system.   On Monday, you will receive new link from which you will need to re-register and then you can lodge the applications. Read more »
  • RDA Announced New conditions imposed on Accountant and other occupations|
    RDA Announced New conditions imposed on Accountant and other occupations   17 Jul, 2019,  New conditions imposed on Accountant and other occupations. RDA Orana has announced on the website that they have imposed some specific conditions for Accountants and Engineers, as new nomination criteria.     Accountants   A genuine job offer of full-time employment or current full-time employment in Orana at the time of application. (Student visa holders are not eligible for this) Employment can be made from 2 or more jobs, however, minimum of 30 hours a week employment should be met. Employment (or offer) can be made up of the accounting or related occupations (including book keeping or business management) Application should have post qualification experience of 6 months in related field.     Engineers (Onshore)   A genuine job offer of full-time employment or current full-time employment in Orana at the time of application. (Student visa holders are not eligible for this) Employment offer should be in the field related to the nominated occupation or business that employs staff with their assessed skills.     Engineers (Offshore)   Applicants should have 5 years of work experience in the nominated field.     Other   First priority will be given to the applicants with current full time employment in their nominated occupation in Orana. RDA Orana may stop accepting application for the single occupation at any time. EOI fees will not be refunded if you lodge the application after the announcement has been posted.   EOI will be accepted from 1 August 2019 to 14 August 2019, until the limit is reached for individual occupations. RDA Orada will not be accepting any EOI in September due to introduction of new skilled regional visas by the DHA. Further dates will be announced on the website, once finalised. Read more »
  • New South Wales Open accepting applications for Visa (190).|
    New South Wales Open accepting applications for Visa (190)   17 Jul, 2019, NSW state is now open for the 2019-20 migration program. NSW state is now OPEN and accepting the applications for the state nominated skilled migration visa (190).   Important: Some occupations in the NSW skilled occupation list are now subject to additional criteria (requirements). Please review the requirements before you apply. These requirements include following: The applicant must be living in NSW at the time of application.   The applicant must be working in the nominated occupation for 1 year in NSW. All the occupations which require this condition are indicated on the new skilled occupation list.   You can find the new occupation list     ANZSCO Code Occupation Availability Additional criteria 132111 Corporate Services Manager Low No 132211 Finance Manager Medium No 132311 Human Resource Manager Low No 132511 Research and Development Manager Low No 133111 Construction Project Manager Low No 133211 Engineering Manager Low No 133512 Production Manager (Manufacturing) Medium No 134111 Child Care Centre Manager Limited No 134212 Nursing Clinical Director Limited No 134214 Welfare Centre Manager Limited No 134299 Health and Welfare Services Managers nec Low No 135112 ICT Project Manager Medium No 139911 Arts Administrator or Manager Limited No 139912 Environmental Manager Limited No 139914 Quality Assurance Manager Low No 141111 Cafe or Restaurant Manager Medium No 141311 Hotel or Motel Manager Low No 211112 Dancer or Choreographer Limited No 211213 Musician (Instrumental) Limited No 212312 Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage) Limited No 221111 Accountant (General) Medium Yes 221112 Management Accountant Limited Yes 221113 Taxation Accountant Limited Yes 221213 External Auditor Medium Yes 221214 Internal Auditor Low Yes 224111 Actuary Low No 224112 Mathematician Low No 224113 Statistician Low No 224311 Economist Limited No 224711 Management Consultant Low No 225113 Marketing Specialist Medium No 225311 Public Relations Professional Low No 232111 Architect Medium No 232112 Landscape Architect Limited No 232411 Graphic Designer Medium No 232412 Illustrator Low No 232511 Interior Designer Limited No 233111 Chemical Engineer Limited Yes 233112 Materials Engineer Limited No 233211 Civil Engineer High Yes 233212 Geotechnical Engineer Limited No 233213 Quantity Surveyor Limited No 233214 Structural Engineer Low No 233215 Transport Engineer Limited No 233311 Electrical Engineer Limited Yes 233411 Electronics Engineer Limited Yes 233511 Industrial Engineer Limited Yes 233512 Mechanical Engineer Low Yes 233513 Production or Plant Engineer Limited Yes 233611 Mining Engineer (Excluding Petroleum) Limited No 233612 Petroleum Engineer Limited No 233911 Aeronautical Engineer Low No 233913 Biomedical Engineer Low No 233915 Environmental Engineer Limited No 233916 Naval Architect Limited No 233999 Engineering Professionals nec Limited No 234111 Agricultural Consultant Limited No 234112 Agricultural Scientist Limited No 234211 Chemist Limited No 234212 Food Technologist Limited No 234312 Environmental Consultant Limited No 234313 Environmental Research Scientist Limited No 234399 Environmental Scientists nec Limited No 234511 Life Scientist (General) Limited No 234514 Biotechnologist Limited No 234515 Botanist Limited No 234516 Marine Biologist Limited No 234517 Microbiologist Limited No 234518 Zoologist Limited No 234599 Life Scientists nec Limited No 234611 Medical Laboratory Scientist Low No 234711 Veterinarian Limited No 234914 Physicist Limited No 234999 Natural and Physical Science Professionals nec Limited No 241111 Early Childhood Teacher Medium No 241411 Secondary School Teacher Low Yes 241511 Special Needs Teacher Limited No 251211 Medical Diagnostic Radiographer Limited No 251212 Medical Radiation Therapist Limited No 251213 Nuclear Medicine Technologist Limited No 251214 Sonographer Limited No 251312 Occupational Health and Safety Adviser Medium No 251411 Optometrist Limited No 251513 Retail Pharmacist Limited No 252111 Chiropractor Limited No 252411 Occupational Therapist Low No 252511 Physiotherapist Low No 252611 Podiatrist Limited No 253912 Emergency Medicine Specialist Limited No 253913 Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Limited No 253914 Ophthalmologist Limited No 253915 Pathologist Limited No 253917 Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist Limited No 253999 Medical Practitioners nec Limited No 254111 Midwife Limited No 254311 Nurse Manager Limited No 254411 Nurse Practitioner Limited No 254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care) Low No 254413 Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health) Limited No 254414 Registered Nurse (Community Health) Limited No 254415 Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency) Limited Yes 254417 Registered Nurse (Disability and Rehabilitation) Limited No 254418 Registered Nurse (Medical) Limited No 254421 Registered Nurse (Medical Practice) Low No 254422 Registered Nurse (Mental Health) Limited No 254423 Registered Nurse (Perioperative) Limited No 254424 Registered Nurse (Surgical) Limited No 254425 Registered Nurse (Paediatric) Limited No 254499 Registered Nurses nec Limited Yes 261111 ICT business Analyst High Yes 261112 Systems Analyst High Yes 261211 Multimedia Specialist Limited No 261212 Web Developer Medium No 261311 Analyst Programmer Medium Yes 261312 Developer Programmer High Yes 261313 Software Engineer High Yes 261314 Software Tester High No 262111 Database Administrator Limited No 262112 ICT Security Specialist Low Yes 262113 Systems Administrator Medium No 263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer Medium Yes 263112 Network Administrator Limited No 263212 ICT Support Engineer Medium No 263213 ICT Systems Test Engineer Low No 263311 Telecommunications Engineer Limited Yes 263312 Telecommunications Network Engineer Limited Yes 271111 Barrister Limited No 271311 Solicitor Low No 272311 Clinical Psychologist Limited No 272313 Organisational Psychologist Limited No 272399 Psychologists nec Limited No 272511 Social Worker Medium No 272613 Welfare Worker High No 311213 Medical Laboratory Technician Low No 312111 Architectural Draftsperson Low No 312211 Civil Engineering Draftsperson Limited No 312212 Civil Engineering Technician Limited No 312311 Electrical Engineering Draftsperson Limited No 312312 Electrical Engineering Technician Limited No 313213 Telecommunications Network Planner Limited No 321111 Automotive Electrician Limited No 321211 Motor Mechanic (General) High No 321212 Diesel Motor Mechanic Limited No 321213 Motorcycle Mechanic Limited No 321214 Small Engine Mechanic Limited No 322211 Sheetmetal Trades Worker Limited No 322311 Metal Fabricator Low No 322313 Welder (First Class) Limited No 323211 Fitter (General) Low No 323212 Fitter and Turner Limited No 323213 Fitter-Welder Limited No 323214 Metal Machinist (First Class) Limited No 323313 Locksmith Limited No 324111 Panelbeater Limited No 331111 Bricklayer Limited No 331112 Stonemason Limited No 331211 Carpenter and Joiner Limited No 331212 Carpenter Medium No 331213 Joiner Limited No 333111 Glazier Limited No 333211 Fibrous Plasterer Limited No 333411 Wall and Floor Tiler Limited No 334111 Plumber (General) Low No 334113 Drainer Limited No 334114 Gasfitter Limited No 334115 Roof plumber Limited No 341111 Electrician (General) High No 341113 Lift Mechanic Limited No 342111 Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic Low No 342212 Technical Cable Jointer Limited No 342313 Electronic Equipment Trades Worker Limited No 342314 Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General) Limited No 351111 Baker Limited No 351112 Pastrycook Limited No 351211 Butcher or Smallgoods Maker Limited No 351311 Chef High No 351411 Cook High No 361112 Horse Trainer Limited No 362111 Florist Limited No 391111 Hairdresser Low No 394111 Cabinetmaker Limited No 411411 Enrolled Nurse Limited No 411711 Community Worker Low No 452316 Tennis Coach Limited No 452411 Footballer Limited No 511112 Program or Project Administrator High No Read more »
  • Australian Citizenship Permits Increase 88% in One Year|
    Australian Citizenship Permits Increased by 88%   Compared to last year’s 70,000 citizenship permits, more than 132,000 citizenship applications were approved this year, the Minister of Immigration said.   Wait times for Australian citizenship have decreased, queues have decreased and citizenship approvals have increased significantly over the last year, according to the latest figures released by the Interior Ministry.   Melbourne-based Harshdeep Singh Gill, a nurse by profession, filed his application for citizenship by application in September 2018. On Monday, he attended the Australian citizenship ceremony.   Mr. Gill, who was granted citizenship in less than 10 months, said he was able to postpone the date of his citizenship test, which speeded up the application process.   “The date of my initial test was in September 2019, but I continued to check online and was able to postpone my test date to May 2019. I passed the 100% test,” he said. he told SBS Hindi.   “I encourage people to check the online portal and check the date of the rescheduling test, which could result in an earlier test date.”   Approvals have increased by 88 per cent in a year   “Between July 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019, more than 132,000 applications for citizenship per grant were approved, compared with 70,000 in the same period of the previous year. That’s an 88% increase, said David Coleman, Minister of Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs.   Minister Coleman attributed these results to a series of reforms implemented by the Ministry of the Interior.   These measures include the creation of special teams within the Department of the Interior responsible for complex cases of citizenship, the improvement of systems to automate processes and a $ 9 million investment in the recruitment and training of additional staff to process requests as efficiently as possible.   “Thanks to these measures, the number of citizenship applications submitted in grant applications has dropped to approximately 222,800, up from nearly 250,000 last year, and this number is expected to continue to decline,” said Coleman. Read more »
  • Ontario target entry-level candidates with technical experience|
    OINP opens for Technical Experience   The Ontario government has announced its intention to nominate Entry Express candidates with Canadian experience in the technology sector for permanent residency.   Ontario had already announced that it would create a technology worker component. It will hold targeted draws for Express Entry candidates with work experience in six technology-related occupations through its existing Human Capital Priorities Stream.   The Express Entry system is the largest source of skilled labor in Canada and manages the pool of candidates for the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades and the Canadian Experience Class.   Candidates eligible for these programs have entered the Express Entry group where they are ranked according to the scores assigned in the Global Ranking System (CRS).   The CRS score of a candidate is based on factors such as age, education, qualified work experience and proficiency in English or French.   Provincial Express Entry Enrolled candidates receive 600 additional points for their CRS score, effectively guaranteeing an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada, or ITA.   Ontario is the most popular destination for new permanent residents of Canada, including those admitted through the Express Entry system. In 2018, 65% of new immigrants admitted through Express Entry were destined for Ontario.   To be considered for an invitation through an OINP technical draw, candidates must first create an Express Entry profile.   Tech draws will reflect employer needs   Ontario has a strong interest in technology-based prints, which are home to major technology hubs in the cities of Toronto, Ottawa and Kitchener-Waterloo.   Ontario is currently facing a shortage of technology workers, as is the rest of Canada. It is estimated that Canada’s information and communications technology sector will require 220,000 skilled workers by 2021.   The NAIP uses its Human Capital Priorities component to search in the Express Entry group for candidates who meet the specified federal and provincial criteria.   The OINP draws will search the Express Entry group for eligible candidates with work experience in one of the six targeted occupations:   Software Engineers and Designers (NOC 2173) Programmers and Interactive Media Developers (NOC 2174) Computer Engineers (NOC 2147) Web Designers and Developers (NOC 2175) Database Analysts and Data Administrators (NOC 2172) Computer and Information Systems Managers (NOC 0213)   NOC stands for National Occupational Classification, which determines the level and type of skill of a profession. OINP stated that the six occupations reflect current needs in Ontario and were selected following consultations with employers and other stakeholders in the province.   The Human Capital Priorities component does not require any job offers and has consistently encouraged Entry Express candidates to obtain insufficient CRS scores for an ITA at one of the federal government’s usual Entry Express draws.   PNU selected entry candidates will receive a notification of interest from UNP and will have 45 days to apply for a provincial Ontario application.   Upward appointments   Ontario receives an annual nomination allowance from the federal government’s Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Ontario’s allocation under the PNP has increased in each of the last six years to reach 6,900 for 2019.   Admissions of new permanent residents under the PNP are expected to continue to increase in 2020 and 2021, as will admissions in the three programs managed by the Express Entry system.   Overall, Canada could accommodate more than one million new arrivals by 2021.   “Ontario’s technology draws are an important innovation and a great opportunity for Quick Entry candidates,” said David Cohen, senior partner at Canadian law firm Campbell, Cohen, in Montreal.   “Ontario has shown its willingness to invite Entry Express candidates with lower scores through its Human Capital Priorities component, so we’ll be watching these tech draws closely to see if this continues. “ Read more »
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    44,600 jobs in regional Australia help attract more skilled workers|
    A seven-step toolbox created by the Regional Australia Institute (RIA) has been deployed in rural and regional Australia to attract more skilled workers to the region.   The city of Rupanyup is about 300 kilometers northwest of Melbourne. It has a population of 500; agriculture supports industry in this area,… Read more »
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