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Whether establishing an Australian business, looking for investor visa options or expanding your existing business investments in Australia, we provide a full range of legal services to assist. The Department of Home Affairs apply strict criteria to all business and employment migration. Our expert migration professionals streamline the process to make business migration predictable.
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09 April 2019 - Knowledge
We wrap up the key immigration announcements from the recent federal budget and also take a look at some upcoming legislative changes due to take effect from 17 April 2019.
26 March 2019 - Knowledge
Last week the Federal Government announced new visas for regional Australia which will be available from November 2019. It will also revise the definition of Regional Australia to include all of Australia except for the metropolitan areas of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Perth.
18 March 2019 - Knowledge
Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs David Coleman said these special visa arrangements will allow aged care facilities to access a personalised visa arrangement to hire employees with the skills to cater for the needs of their communities' elderly
05 March 2019 - Knowledge
A new five year parent visa will be available from 17 April 2019. This is a temporary visa allowing parents of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens to reunite with their children and grandchildren in Australia.
26 February 2019 - Knowledge
The Federal Government has revealed its latest initiative designed to direct doctors to areas of need – and prevent oversupply in other areas.
19 February 2019 - Knowledge
An audit of the processing of citizenship applications by the Department of Home Affairs has found the system to be inefficient, subject to delays and lacking in key performance indicators. Auditor-General, Grant Hehir reported that since 1949 newcomers to Australia could apply to become citizens in one of four categories: Descent, adoption, resumption, and conferral.
11 February 2019 - Knowledge
As an employer, you must take certain steps before hiring working holiday makers
05 February 2019 - Knowledge
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