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  • Citizenship Requirements - Back on the Agenda

    Thursday, 16 August 2018 – As the Australian Government continues its efforts to strengthen the integrity of Australian citizenship, it has indicated that the proposed changes to Australian citizenship laws are back on the agenda for September 2018. ... read more
  • Skilling Australians Fund in Effect. Updates to Labour Market Testing Requirements

    Wednesday, 15 August 2018 – Following much anticipation, the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) took effect on 12 August 2018 along with further changes to the Labour Market Testing (LMT) requirements.

    This article looks, in detail, at when and how the SAF is applied, whether refunds are possible, the changes to LMT requirements and how these changes mean it's more important than ever to seek professional advice. ... read more

  • SkillSelect Update - August 2018

    Friday, 03 August 2018 – The Department of Home Affairs has just released their first Skill Select Invitation Round data for the new migration year 2018/2019.

    This article takes a look at the recent changes and how applicants may be impacted. ... read more