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Call for working holiday visa rule change to lure backpackers November 21, 2015
Call for working holiday visa rule change to lure backpackers

Australian Forum for Tourism and Transport (TTF) have called on Federal Government to enlarge the working holiday visa extensions which are going to apply in the north of Australia to the rest of the nation.From 21st November, the visa holders who will take on the job in the Northern regions of Australia would be able ...

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Australia eases visa rules for visitors from Indonesia November 20, 2015
Australia eases visa rules for visitors from Indonesia

Australia has considerably eases the limitations of visa on the visitors from Indonesia for promoting the business and tourism connections between the two nations.Peter Dutton, Australian Immigration Minister, was in Jakarta this week as part of the big investment and trade mission of Australia, had announced the multi...

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Productivity Commission report gave green signal to Australian immigration program November 19, 2015
Report gave green signal to Australian immigration policy

The draft report that was released last week by theProductivity Commission on immigration program of Australia has called for additional effectual directives to reduce the abuse faced by the temporary migrant workers.In many other respects, this report gave green signal to the present immigration program and its test...

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China Australia FTA is a win for building and construction industry November 18, 2015
China Australia FTA is a win for building and construction industry

The China and Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) is one of the many mutual FTA’s which is signed by Australia with key trading partners in current times, as the partners include Korea and Singapore. The agreement would bring economic advantage to the community of Australia. ChAFTA would also build the deep exist...

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Migrant agents have rejected the proposal of selling permanent visas for Australia November 17, 2015
Migrant agents have rejected the proposal of selling permanent visas for Australia

Migration experts had rejected the proposal of selling the visas that charges around $40,000 for every application and also intends to increase money for Treasury to finance tax slashes and to benefit the economy of the country.The idea was given by Liberal Democratic Senator David Leyonhjelm, who told that $7.5 bi...

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Commission said that price based visa system is not suited for Australia November 14, 2015
Commission said that price based visa system  does not suit well for Australia

The immigration system of Australia is not suited well to the price based visa system; this was told by the report from the draft inquiry which was revealed by the Productivity Commission.According to the Commissioner, Paul Lindwall, the Australian present system allowed focusing on the skills and education, many immig...

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Proposal for charging increased fee for permanent migrants has been slammed amid concerns November 13, 2015
Proposal for charging increased fee for permanent migrants has been slammed amid concerns

The Productivity Commission has slammed the proposal which was initially forwarded by the Liberal Democratic Senator David Leyonhjelmand, by saying that selling the visas to the wealthy foreigners is not going to work well for Australia.According to the initial analysis of the Commission revealed that granting out the ...

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Call for loosening Australian immigration rules to import foreign tech workers November 10, 2015
Call for loosening Australian immigration rules to import foreign tech workers

According to the chief of Australia’s one of the biggest technology company, there are not many Australian citizens available for maintaining the country’s online economy and that the immigration rules shall be loosened for allowing the firms to import foreign web workers.Tracey Fellows, REA Group chief executive, ...

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