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Thousands of Australians set to leave the UK after the UK tightens work visa laws

A government report commissioned by Australia, has slammed imminent changes to UK working visas as “discriminatory” and harmful to the relationship between the motherland and… Read More

The ‘Ideas Boom’ is coming with Announcement of New Entrepreneur Visa

Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull has unveiled a $1 billion plan to foster greater innovation across Australia. The move is designed to boost the economy… Read More

Certain Working Holiday Makers Allowed to Work with Same Employer for Longer!

The restriction stopping working holiday makers from working with the same employer for more than 6 months is being lifted – well partially at least!… Read More

Studying in Australia has Never Been More Attractive!

Australia is positively shining in the results of the annual QS Top Universities survey! Four Australian cities have been ranked in the top twenty cities… Read More

The Character of Australia Under The Microscope

As anyone who has ever applied for a job, hired a cleaner, volunteered with children or travelled overseas knows, character can be everything. In a… Read More

IT Skills Shortages have Businesses Looking Overseas

Australian CEOs have issued the Australian Government with a warning: let us import workers easily, or we will take our business offshore. Critics say that… Read More

Anti-ISIS Fighter has Visa Cancelled

The Australian Department of Immigration is on high-alert in light of the recent turmoil within Syria. The Department has the power to cancel the Visa… Read More

Fast-Tracked Visitor Visas Now Available

New laws have brought in a trial to ‘fast-track’ Visitor Visas for an additional fee of $1000. The trial is targeting Chinese nationals who want… Read More

Worker Exploitation is Damaging the Migrant Settlement Process

Migrants and refugees are amongst the most vulnerable minority groups in Australia. Some of those who have come to Australia in search of a more… Read More

Large Numbers of Partner Visa Refusals are Being Upheld on Appeal

Currently 40% of the migration cases before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (‘AAT’) for review are for Partner Visa applications. That translates to 4,270 Partner Visa… Read More