Nathalie joins VSA with strong track record in all aspects of migration

Nathalie joins VSA with strong track record in all aspects of migration

Nathalie joins VSA with strong track record in all aspects of migration. Senior Registered Migration Agent Nathalie Chu joins Visa Solutions Australia with extensive experience across all areas, especially corporate visas with large clients in the mining and gas sector.

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Jia Ma Joins Visa Solutions Australia

Jia Ma Joins Visa Solutions Australia

Registered Migration Agent, Jia has a strong and varied legal background. Prior to entering the field of migration, Jia worked in property law and commercial litigation. While she enjoyed working in these fields, she wanted to work more with people and make a difference in their lives. Four years ago, she took a bold leap into immigration law and has not looked back since.

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What Do the Changes in Government Mean for the Immigration Portfolio?

What Do the Changes in Government Mean for the Immigration Portfolio?

The political events of the last couple of weeks have not only resulted in Australia having a new Prime Minister but also a number of changes in the new Prime Minister’s cabinet. One of the changes Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made is the appointment of David Coleman to the role of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Minister.

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Sherry Joins Visa Solutions Australia Team

Sherry Joins Visa Solutions Australia Team

Sherry joins the Visa Solutions Australia team as a Senior Migration Agent. She brings with her almost 10 years of professional migration experience.

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Not all Relationships are Created Equal

Not all Relationships are Created Equal

As with any visa, there are a myriad of tests and paperwork to be completed. While it is important that proper relationship screenings take place to determine the legitimacy of the relationship, how strict should visa laws be when it comes to applicants having to update their relationship status?

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Skilling Australians Fund Commences 12th August 2018

Skilling Australians Fund Commences 12th August 2018

Earlier this week, the government confirmed its plans to commence the Skilling Australians Fund. Commencing on 12th August 2018, the Act relates to the ‘nomination training contribution charge’. Put simply, employers nominating to bring foreign workers into Australia for temporary or permanent skilled work visas will be hit with a nomination fee. Employers will be asked to pay a fee for each year they expect the visa entrant to be working in Australia. These fees will significantly increase the cost of nominating foreign workers and are required to be paid in full when the application is lodged.

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