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Data backs up growth in 457 visa programme

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The latest figures show that the number of 457 visa applications in Australia jumped by 9.5% this year, while the number of 457 visas granted grew by 6.6%. Officials said that the data backs the Gillard government’s decision to take action to close loopholes in the 457 programme to ensure that local jobseekers are not [...]

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