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Alba Iulia
Monday, January 25, 2021

Migration

Updates for onshore and offshore student visa applicants

Last 20 July 2020, the Australian Government made a media release to announce the range of visa measures to support international students and graduates with their visa concerns due to COVID-19 restrictions. These measures will be temporary and shall...

Visa tips during this pandemic

The Australian migration legislation changes constantly and also because of the pandemic. Due to this, many visa applicants are left with so many questions and uncertainty. This article intends to provide answers to common visa questions from people who...

Getting a work visa in Australia

Workers in Australia are paid higher than the global average salary rate, according to the OECD Better Life Index. Along with offering high salary rates, fair work practices and provision of employment benefits such as superannuation, Australia is no...

Budget 2020: opportunities for multicultural Australia

The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison met with Australia’s ethnic media to discuss the budget and its impact to multicultural communities in the country. With the devastation of COVID-19 across the world, the Prime Minister appeared extremely proud as...

Maintaining a Strong International Education Industry

By Matthew Thompson Australia’s higher education system is comprised of approximately 4,000 Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) including 59 TAFE institutes dispersed across metropolitan and regional areas, along with 43 universities, all of which operate within a stringent legislative and regulatory...

Genuine International Students for a stronger education system

By Matthew Thompson International education offers incredible benefits to the host country and diverse opportunities to those living, studying, and working on a student visa.  As reported by the Department of Education Skills and Employment, in 2019 there were 956,773 enrolments...

Visa changes affecting international students offshore

On the 20th of July 2020, Honourable Alan Tudge, Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, announced five new visa changes for international students who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. This article explains each visa...

Beware of visa scams

There are many ways by which scammers prey on visa applicants. I will provide some examples of how these scammers lure potential visa applicants and how they usually operate. The intent of this article is to provide awareness of...

When is the best time to get professional help with visa applications?

For visa applications, you have the option to either lodge on your own or get advice and/or assistance from migration advisers. If you are going for the latter option, you might be wondering at which part of the application...

Partner visas and Family Violence

The digital age has changed the way we interact with other people. It has made communication and socialisation faster and more widespread.  As a result, many people meet friends from all over the world with the use of social networking...
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