Australian Permanent Residency

Five days after 50 Muslims in New Zealand were killed in an attack attributed to an Australian white supremacist, Australia’s prime minister, Scott Morrison, unveiled a plan he said would […]
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Julie Bishop, Foreign Minister, has confirmed that Australia is working with New Zealand to make passportless travel a reality. Under a new proposal which the Australian Govt. is considering, Australians […]
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Labor is promising to cut the parent visa fee to just one-fourth of what it’s now and remove a cap of 15,000 visas with the ability to renew visas without […]
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Complaints about congestion have put the spotlight on the number of migrants in Australia’s big cities, so which party has the answers on immigration? A month ago, the Coalition was […]
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Several changes will become effective for Australia immigration in 2019. This includes the changes to the point’s test from November. It will offer extra points to principal applicants. This is […]
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An Indian couple which settled in Sydney 8 years ago, recently expressed their concern to reunite with their father who lives in India. According to the source, Harshdeep’s mother died […]
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An Indian nurse has been given a second chance to stay in Australia even though her PR application was refused. Her PR application was refused for use of fraudulent documents. […]
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From April 17 2019, visitors to Australia failing to declare prohibited items might have their visas shortened or canceled. Australia’s strict bio-security laws prohibit certain foreign foods, plant materials and […]
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AAP FactCheck Investigation: Are there more than 220,000 people queuing to become Australian citizens? The Statement “Australia’s citizenship backlog is now the largest in our history with well over 220,000 […]
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Up to 15,000 sponsored parent (temporary) visas will be granted each year, starting April 2019. Migrants who wish to bring their parents to Australia for longer periods will be able […]
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