Game, Set, Match. In the past week, we have all been captivated by the unprecedented standoff between international tennis superstar and Australian Open defending champion Novak Djokovic against the Australian Government. As an experienced immigration solicitor and keen spectator of the judicial match unfolding, I have replayed and analysed the series of events that have […]
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Currently, nationwide travel restrictions remain in place, affecting thousands of people wishing to exit or enter Australia. A request for a ‘travel exemption’ is the only means by which some individuals and families can cross national borders and exit or re-enter the country. The following groups do not require a travel exemption to enter Australia: […]
HONG KONG UPDATE: THE IMPACT OF THE NEW NATIONAL SECURITY LAW UPON HONG KONG BUSINESSES, INVESTORS AND FUTURE AUSTRALIAN VISA APPLICANTS
In a response to Hong Kong’s new National Security Law, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has suspended the country’s extradition agreement, extended visas for the estimated 10,000 Hong Kong people residing in Australia and announced that Australia is “looking to recruit” Hong Kong businesses. The new security law effectively gives Beijing the power to shape […]
NSW GOVERNMENT TO OPEN NOMINATIONS FOR SUBCLASS 491 SKILLED WORK REGIONAL (PROVISIONAL) APPLICATIONS FOR A LIMITED PERIOD
The NSW Government has announced that between Monday, 15th June 2020 to Tuesday, 23rd June 2020, applicants will be able to directly apply for nomination under the subclass 491 visa.
The Australian Government has made some variations to the Temporary Activities (Subclass 408) visa. In effect, a new stream has been developed to allow the visa holder to remain in Australia if you have no other visa options and are unable to depart Australia due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The Government is making a number of changes to temporary visa holder arrangements during the coronavirus crisis in order to protect the health and livelihoods of Australians, support critical industries, and assist with the rapid recovery post the virus.