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Cloud based passports will be implemented soon in Australia October 30, 2015
Australia to consider Cloud Based Passports

The Foreign Affairs Department of Australia will soon consider implementing the cloud-based passports. This idea will see the biometric and biographic information of the citizens to be stored online and which will allow the tourists to shun the physical passportsThe idea will be the product of an innovated contest orga...

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Number of foreign students in Australia is up by 2.6% every year October 28, 2015
Foreign student number in Australia is rising 2.6% yearly

Number of foreign students is moving towards pursuing education in Australia, and the figures are up by 2.6% every year according to the information.The statistics from the department of immigration has revealed that a total of 2.30.000 student visas were issued in the year 2014-15 and it is expected to increase in the...

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Australia's DIBP received freedom of information requests in large numbers October 27, 2015
Australia's Immigration Department bear impact of flood of FOI requests

The minister’s offices and the federal bureaucracy had been bombarded with as many as 35,550 FOI (Freedom of Information Requests) in the previous year, and the Australia’s DIBP has received over half.According to the annual report from the Australian Information Commissioner’s Office, the FOI requests number...

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There's something you should know about overseas worker visa system of Australia October 26, 2015
There's something important to know about overseas worker visa system of Australia

There’s something important you should know about the overseas worker visa system of Australia, as it has certainly hit the embarrassing extents.In recent times, we have been hearing about the widespread exploitation of the overseas student workers, and we have also heard about the foreign student colleges has taken ...

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The China-Australia FTA is set to get the green signal October 21, 2015
The China-Australia FTA is set to get the green signal

The Free trade agreement between China and Australia looked set for getting the green signal from the parliament after the government and the labor agreed for changes related to the jobs.Trade and Investment Minister Penny Wong and the leader of Opposition BiIl Shorten announced today the package of safeguards.The chan...

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Students in Australia can benefit from the VET FEE Help Scheme October 20, 2015
Australian students can avail the benefit from the VET FEE Help Scheme

Australian students can benefit from this VET FEE Help Scheme, which is the government initiative scheme, helping the students in paying their university expenses as the tuition fees, it is made available to those students who meet the eligibility requirement.Students can avail this opportunity by choosing to pay their...

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Opportunity for teachers who wish to settle in Australia October 19, 2015
Visa schemes has not succeeded in easing shortage of teachers

Australia’s Victorian state government scheme for visa nomination that is designed for easing the acute shortages of science, maths, physics, special education and language teachers has resulted in eight applications in the previous year. According to the statistics from the Economic Development Department.This s...

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Australia promises New Zealand to speed up appeals for Kiwis facing deportations October 17, 2015
Australia to fast track visa appeals for Kiwis facing deportations

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has promised New Zealand Prime Minister to fast track the appeal process for the citizens of New Zealand who are facingdeportation from Australia. He said that he is alert and empathetic to New Zealand’s concerns about the issue.One Kiwi on average is being deported from A...

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