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    Visas and immigration
    I'm Mark Game from Australia.
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    Hi everyone, I am a 33 year old woman, never married and no dependents. I have two professions in which I'm qualified and practicing. I am a qualified Lawyer and enrolled as an Advocate of the High Courts in Pakistan. I have a five year joint BA-LLB degree from my country's best law school...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Hi, I am wondering when will the new citizenship changes become a law? What is the current status? Is there a clear time frame? Thanks, Alexandra
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    Hi all! What do yo think are the chances for someone to actually have a citizenship application processed (according to the current law), and hopefully granted between now and when the new changes would be enacted? I have lived in Australia for more than 4 years and in September I will have...
  5. Visas and immigration
    Migration agents in Australia are calling upon the Government to establish an independent review of the country's migration laws immediately to make sure they are not impinging on people's rights and freedoms. According to Angela Julian-Armitage, national president of the Migration Institute of...
  6. Visas and immigration
    The Australian Government has announced that it is committed to ensuring that people who travel or migrate to Australia abide by the nation's laws and community standards. Immigration and Citizenship Minister Peter Dutton warned that those who don't will risk their visa being cancelled, which...
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    With more evidence that temporary visa workers are not being treated in accordance with Australian laws, the country's chamber of commerce and industry is calling for improved enforcement rather than new laws. According to Kate Carnell, chief executive officer of the Australian Chamber of...
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    Proposed government changes to the Migration Act are incompatible with Australia's human rights obligations, it is claimed. A report from the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights is highly critical of the changes and says they put Australia at odds with international human rights law. A...
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    The Australian Government recently welcomed the passage of a law that will give teeth to the country's fight against people smugglers. According to a report from the office of Attorney-General Honorable Robert McClelland MP, the Anti-People Smuggling and Other Measures Bill 2010 supports the...
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