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  1. Visas and immigration
    Australia is likely to remain an attractive destination for independent skilled migrants but the nation needs to harness the skills and experience of everyone, including those from overseas, according to a new report. Not everyone who arrives in the country gets a job that uses their skills in...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Employment, a welcoming community and opportunities for young people are the key elements for the successful settlement of migrants and refugees in Australia, a conference has heard. What people want the most is a sense of belonging, equal opportunities, recognition, inclusion, trust and...
  3. Visas and immigration
    There needs to be better communication with visa holders working in Australia so that they know their rights and entitlement, according to the taskforce set up by the Government to look into exploitation. It is well known that overseas workers in industries like agriculture, hospitality, retail...
  4. Visas and immigration
    It is often said that Australia is a nation of migrants but not all of them have the same experience with new research suggesting those who have a job arranged before arriving are more satisfied. Overall, the people moving to Australia from abroad where the most satisfied with their new life if...
  5. Visas and immigration
    A small city in South Australia has been chosen as the location for a new study to create a better understanding of how new migrants can be successfully settled in rural areas. Most people arriving in Australia to live and work tend to want to live in the big cities where there is plenty to do...
  6. Visas and immigration
    Skilled professionals from overseas, especially those who come from an English speaking country, are likely to earn more and contribute more to the Australian economy, new research has found. An analysis of how migration affects productivity in Australia has found that it has an important role...
  7. Visas and immigration
    Not everyone who moves to Australia wants to become an Australian citizen, but for those who do it is not always a decision that happens quickly. Sometimes, it can be a life event that prompts the urge to become a citizen. But for Rachel Low of Singapore, it took 30 years for her to make up her...
  8. Issues and current events
    Hello Everyone, I am from Pakistan and by profession I am a software engineer, I am off to Melbourne, Australia next month on Victorian State Sponsored migrant visa (subclass 176). I would like to know that does state or government give me any financial support (subsidies) in case if I don’t...
  9. Visas and immigration
    Australia's gain is another country's loss. As more and more skilled workers from various parts of the globe migrate to the land Down Under, underdeveloped countries continue to suffer the consequences. Lured by the increasing job opportunities, thousands of people from varying nationalities...
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