We can help you navigate doing business in Australia by assisting you in engaging skilled international workers for short and long term projects
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.
Australian law requires that immigration assistance may only be provided by a person who is registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA).
Our Registered Migration Agents have market-leading expertise across the following areas:
31 March 2020 - Knowledge
Three months into the new agreement, the application template is now available. We look at which temporary visa holders are eligible to apply and tips for employers submitting the application.
25 March 2020 - Knowledge
We provide an update on travel bans, work limitations and considerations for employers of sponsored workers.
17 March 2020 - Knowledge
The Australian Government has stepped up its travel restrictions in a bid to reduce the spread of coronavirus. We answer questions concerning travellers and visa holders in and outside the country.
19 February 2020 - Knowledge
We look at the requirements and visa options under the new Horticulture Industry Labour Agreement for Australian employers looking to recruit horticulture workers from abroad.
05 February 2020 - Knowledge
International students are starting to arrive in Australia, ready to start the new school year and eager to find a job. As an employer, it is important you understand the work limitations imposed on international students.
04 February 2020 - Knowledge
We take a look at the likely impact of increased border control measures following the coronavirus outbreak.
03 February 2020 - Knowledge
The Australian Government has announced that as of 1 February 2020, all travellers arriving from any part of mainland China, regardless of nationality, will be subject to enhanced border control measures to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the Australian community.
10 December 2019 - Knowledge
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New whistleblower requirements, increased pressure to protect data globally, turbulence in the communications sector, and intensifying drought management issues - 2020 is set to be a significant time of change across many industries.