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Immigration New Zealand registered four times more website visits than usual from Australia the day after the Liberal coalition’s general election win. More than 11,500 people logged onto the Immigration New […]
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South Australia has announced the new occupation list under the DAMA (Designated Area Migration Agreement). The DAMA aims to help employers and businesses in South Australia get access to skilled foreign […]
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President Donald Trump announced on Thursday a new immigration proposal aimed at moving the United States’ immigration system toward one that prioritizes high-skilled workers over people with family links to […]
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A takeaway food joint in Melbourne, Australia has been caught underpaying their foreign workers by $50,000. A student from Nepal has been underpaid thousands of dollars by her employer in […]
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Australia has recently released the legislation for the Subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa. The Visa will be introduced on 16th November this year. However, details like the occupation list […]
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The national security committee of cabinet was briefed about all aspects of the American refugee swap deal in late 2016, including the resettlement of two Rwandan men accused of murdering […]
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Australia denied more than 4,000 citizenship applications last year. Sagar Shah, an Indian, also had his application rejected. He was eligible for Australian citizenship when he lodged his application in […]
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Cate Blanchett has co-created and will star in a new television drama about Australia’s onshore immigration detention regime. Stateless, a six-part drama series for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, will focus on four […]
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Akshay Venkatesh, an Indian-Australian researcher, is the winner of the Fields Medal, also known as the “Nobel Prize of Mathematics”. He is the 2nd Australian to bag the most prestigious award in […]
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Australia is the 12th largest economy in the world. It is also one of the fastest developing countries in the world. You may apply for Australian Permanent Residency under the following […]
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