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Overseas educational agents make troubles again

''...Student visa fraud out of control but DIBP still refuses to act against unregistered education brokers. Student visa applications face greater scrutiny as cancellations due to fake documentation increase by three-fold. Overseas education brokers are being blamed for the threefold increase in the number of student visas cancelled by DIBP over the last two years for falsifying English test results and financial documentation. DIBP however is targeting students without announcing any measures to curb the fraudsters who may be encouraging and facilitating the applications...'' For a long time Australian Agents have argued with DIBP about how it is possible for overseas agents to practice Australian migration law when they, unlike Australian agents are not registered.  To practice educational consulting within...

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Changes – new visa framework

DIBP is proposing changes which may affect the most common visa categories such as subclasses: 400, 416, 457, 485, 189, 190, 887, 186 and 187 and a few more. At this stage these changes are only proposals and we don't know when or how the changes will be introduced.   The idea is to simplify ;-) the process and make less visa categories. Visas will be categorised into 3 major groups: Work, Business and Activity. Under the work visa category there will be: short term mobility, temporary and permanent skilled and permanent independently tested. Does it sound easier? Same visa, different name. After reading a 38 page document it seems that most of the criteria will be similar but most probably...

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Chefs wanted

Local Business located in Bowen, QLD ( regional Australia) is looking fro experience chef to start immediately. Business is happy to sponsor right employee for RSMS visa. Business in Brisbane is looking fro floor and wall tiler. Experienced Welder is looking for Sponsorship. Find out more on our website

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Partner visa

There are now some 60,000 Australian’s anxiously awaiting the Immigration Department’s approval to bring their spouses in to the country. The wait on average is between 12 and 15 months. On top of this the government recently increased the visa application charges for spouse visas to almost $7000 with no assurance that this will shorten the wait. Instead, Assistant Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash said the fee increases were needed to “repair the budget and fund the whole-of-government policy priorities”. On daily basis we speak with people who believe that if they are Australians and they have spouse or partner from overseas Immigration should naturally allow them to be together without extreme hassles and within a reasonable time frame. We are...

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Our client’s story

He came to Australia on 573 visa in 2008 and then applied for a 572 in 2010 visa which was refused. Than he applied for MRT, which was also as refused in 2012. So than he had been advice to apply  for ministerial intervention which was refused as well. 4 years, 4 refusals.  Than, he has been referred to us by one of his friends in Australia.  After careful consideration of his situation Piotr advised him to secure future employment with Australian sponsor, leave Australia and improve English. Not an easy decision and many of our clients don't want to do it. They prefer to overstay visa, keep applying for wrong and ridiculous visas, loose thousands of dollars.... which takes them...

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Lifestyle Australian Business for Sale, also great for migration purposes RSMS /ENS or 457

The business is suitable for Australians looking for change or for a suitably experienced /skilled entrepreneur migrating to Australia. Business was created 3 years ago. Great option for  people who want to live in an Australian paradise. The business is still running, all marketing and sales actions are still in place. Can be  suitable candidate the RSMS /ENS or 457 visa applicants. Financial documents and all details available on request. Please contact us if you have any further questions. find out more bu visiting  www.pacificblitz.com.au

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Possible Changes in 457 subclass

The government is intending to introduce a one-year multiple entry visa for foreign workers that would not require applicants to pass language or skills requirements. Nor would employers have to prove they cannot find an Australian to fill the position. The proposed “short-term mobility” subclass of visas would be available for “specialized work which may include intra-company transfers and foreign correspondents”, says a proposal paper obtained by The Australian Financial Review. Resources: Migration Alliance The new visa is a sensible approach but it remains to be seen if, under the new system, sc457 visa applicants will instead be redirected to this new "short-term visa”, thus limiting the pathway to permanent residency. According to the AFR, there has been a steady increase...

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Graduate visa, sub-class 476 It can be a last chance to apply for graduate work visa

Graduate engineers from around the world may well have their last chance to apply for a temporary visa to work in Australia this year if the department of immigration proceeds with plans to drop the Skilled Recognised Graduate (sub-class 476) visa from next year. The visa which allows recent graduates from recognised universities to work in Australia for up to 18 months in order to gain work experience was introduced in 2007 with the aim of easing engineering shortages. It is available to applicants aged below 31 years, with competent English language ability and who have graduated within two years from the date of application from recognised foreign institutions. DIBP is expected to scrap this visa as early as next...

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Our cases – Partner Visa

Our clients just got their PR visa. One was never in Australia, second one was living in Australia for 6 years, previously in Qatar and Senegal. Theirs marriage was arranged by parents. They first met in 2013 and they got married few weeks later. They spend one week together and than came back to their residential countries.  It was very difficult to meet all Partner Visa criteria, and  proof evidence of relationship. Immigration system has difficulties with adapting legislation to cultural differences and sometimes our biggest job is to find way to properly present evidence. In this case we sent over 2000 pages of documents, but we won. Good luck to you guys.

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