Labour Agreement to Overcome Worker Shortages

The pandemic has undoubtedly strained supply chains across the globe. I have noticed a strong demand from my clients, who are represented by various companies in Australia, and abroad, to use immigration to minimise labour shortages post covid-19.   There are limitations on which occupations a company may nominate an overseas worker under an AustralianContinue reading “Labour Agreement to Overcome Worker Shortages”

Changes to the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) (Subclass 188) Visa

On 1 July 2021, changes were made to streamline the Business Innovation and Investment Program (188).   The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke said that the 188 visa program changes would improve the quality of investments and maximise the economic benefits for Australia.   While there has been anContinue reading “Changes to the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) (Subclass 188) Visa”

Global Talent Visa Program Requirements

Introduction The Global Talent Visa Program was initiated by the Federal Government to attract highly experienced and talented individuals with certain skills to migrate permanently to Australia. Requirements A prospective visa applicant (Applicant) must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the Global Talent Visa Program: 1.¬†Target Sectors The Applicant will need to demonstrateContinue reading “Global Talent Visa Program Requirements”

5 Tips for Self Representation at AAT

It is best to be represented by a legal practitioner at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). However, it is understandable that not every review applicant will be able to afford representation.   In my years of experience, here are some tips for self represented applicants who may soon appear at the AAT:   1) ProvideContinue reading “5 Tips for Self Representation at AAT”