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Subclass 457 visa – Recent Government Announcement

Subclass 457 visa – Recent Government Announcement On 18 April 2017, the Government announced a number of changes in relation to the temporary and permanent skilled migration programmes. Changes to the approved occupation list – phase 1 The first phase of a number of intended changes to the approved occupation list for the subclass 457Read more

Newsletter March 2017

Newsletter March 2017   Sharing all things migration and visa related with our valued clients We hope you find this month newsletter informative Fast Food Industry Labour Agreement The 457 visa has been at the centre of raging controversy in the last 12 months or so amid debate about prioritising local jobs. The media jumped onRead more

Amendment to Backpackers Tax

Backpackers Tax The backpackers tax has been a controversial issue in parliament for longer than they should care to admit. Whilst the Coalition agreed to reduce the tax from 32.5% to 19%, Labor remained committed to a 10.5% tax. (This percentage being applied to every dollar earned in Australia) The argument in the Senate finallyRead more

UPDATE ON CURRENT LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

UPDATE ON CURRENT LEGISLATIVE CHANGES The Department of Immigration & Border Protection (DIBP) has recently made three important changes in legislation which will affect a number of current and future visa holders: Temporary Work (Subclass 457) Visa – Condition 8107 Changes This change affects those Subclass 457 visa applicants whom are granted a Subclass 457Read more

CHANGES TO THE TEMPORARY WORK (SHORT STAY) VISA SYSTEM

CHANGES TO THE TEMPORARY WORK (SHORT STAY) VISA SYSTEM From 19 November 2016, the Australian Government will introduce a new temporary activity visa framework. There will be four visa subclasses for Temporary Work (Short Stay) visas. These include: Subclass 400 Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa; Subclass 403 Temporary Work (International Relations) visa; Subclass 407Read more