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A case study Sally comes to Australia on a 400 visa [Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa] to train local staff on a new system being rolled out across the world. While Sally is here it becomes clear she is best qualified to take on the project of implementing other modules of the system, a project that is expected to t What are the risks? A 400 visa is for “non-ongoing” activity, hence the first role – of training local staff on the new system fits the criteria. The s
A case study Picture the scene: Geoff and Sally are on a “look-see” visit to Melbourne ahead of their planned relocation. Geoff’s new job is due to start in six weeks. They decide they like Australia and Melbourne, and fall in love with a family home costing $1,500 per week. However they aren’t the only ones interested, and the agent informs them if they can sign a lease next week the property is their There is just one little administrative issue of concern …. Geoff’s visa a
In April 2017 the Federal Government announced major changes to the business visa regime. These changes are being introduced over time, through to 2018. The immediate restrictions on senior management roles caused consternation for many businesses. Under the new rules these were mostly restricted to 2-year visas, with one renewal, and no option of a longer stay or conversion to permanent residence. Furthermore, multi-national businesses were effectively prevented from starti