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Immigration scam targets migrants

Date: 06 Oct 2016, Filed under: Immigration

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning migrants to watch out for scammers pretending to be from the 'Department of Immigration',...

Immigration scam warning

Date: 28 Apr 2015, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Immigration

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is urging visa holders and Australian citizens to hang up on fraudulent phone calls from sca...

Sydney based migration agent cancelled

Date: 15 Jul 2014, Filed under: Immigration

A Sydney-based Chinese migration agent has failed in her bid to have a decision to cancel her registration overturned, with the Administrative Appeals...

Government to get tough on hiring of illegal workers

Date: 13 Dec 2011, Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Immigration

Immigration Minister Chris Bowen announced the federal government will introduce new laws next year to crack down on the hiring of illegal workers.

Migration gain shrinks in December from year ago

Date: 07 Feb 2011, Filed under: International Law, Immigration

Wellington, Feb 4 NZPA - The population gain from migration shrunk in December from a year earlier as more people moved to Australia. Perma...

Visas up for discussion in Britain-NZ talks

Date: 18 Jan 2011, Filed under: Immigration, International Law, Immigration

Wellington, Jan 17 NZPA - Growing problems for New Zealanders trying to obtain British visas will be up for discussion in talks with British minist...

Immigration laws cut red tape for foreign students

Date: 16 Dec 2010, Filed under: Immigration, International Law, Immigration

Wellington, Dec 15 NZPA - International students will be fighting less red tape to study in New Zealand under new immigrations laws, Immigration Mi...

RCSA: 457 visa delay forcing migrants to give up on Australia

Date: 15 Apr 2008, Filed under: Divorce, Immigration, Immigration

The RCSA (Recruitment & Consulting Services Association) said in a statement that the Federal Government's delay in addressing a key issue of the 457...

NT attracting more skilled workers

Date: 16 Jun 2006, Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, Industrial Relations, Immigration

Northern Territory Minister for Business, Economic and Regional Development, Paul Henderson has announced that the number of skilled migrants coming to...

New laws to assist victims of dust-related diseases

Date: 02 Dec 2005, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, , , Divorce, Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, Industrial Relations, Dispute Resolution, Administrative Law, Immigration

The South Australian parliament has passed urgent laws that will allow the families of asbestos victims to seek compensation on behalf of the asbestos...

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