34 Malaysians charged with working illegally near Woolgoolga

The Australian Border Force and Australian Federal Police have detained 34 Malaysians charged with working illegally near Woolgoolga on farms in New South Wales.  Woolgoolga is a small town on the east coast near Coffs Harbour. 20 workers were “lawful non-citizens” who were in breach of conditions associated with tourist … ...

Melbourne, World’s most liveable city 2016

For the sixth consecutive year Melbourne has been named the world’s “most liveable city” but terrorism, police shootings and geopolitical tensions have resulted in a drop in overall living standards throughout the World.  Many countries have been affected by violent acts of terrorism which have increased in frequency over larger … ...

Skilled Nominated Visa Program Closed in ACT

Important announcement The Australian Capital Territory is pleased to announce that program targets for ACT nomination of a Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) have been met for the 2015/16 financial year.   Effective 18 March 2016 at 4:00pm AEST, applications for ACT nomination from overseas residents will not be accepted. … ...

Underpaid Chinese and Taiwanese Workers

It was reported today that dozens of underpaid Chinese and Taiwanese workers at a mushroom farm in regional NSW have been short-changed tens of thousands of dollars, investigations by the Fair Work Ombudsman have revealed. Fifty-two casual employees, most of whom could not speak English, were collectively underpaid a total … ...

International Students Continue Study in Australia

The natural choice for many international students once they finish their course is to continue study in Australia. Every year there many thousands of applications are made by prospective students looking to start studying, or to continue studying in Australia. If you are one of the 526,932 international students currently … ...

Immigration Department targeting work visa scams

New laws to stop work visa scams   On the 14th of December 2015 the Australian Government introduced new criminal legislation which allows the Immigration department to cancel work visas and to impose administrative sanctions on visa sponsors. The new laws have been introduced to stop illegal payment for work … ...

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