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If you live in Australia and want your parents to migrate to Australia, you may be able to apply for…
If you are a successful business owner or can demonstrate a history of successful investment activity, you may be eligible…
A significant number of finance, sales and marketing professionals move to Australia each year. If you’re looking to move to…
If you’re planning on migrating to Australia, taking your business with you is a big step. When entering a new…
For many Australian businesses and startups, the most common working visa, the 482 scheme, provides limited options when attracting talented…
In April 2018, the Australian government replaced the 457 visa with the subclass 482 (Temporary Skills Shortage) visa. If you…
Section 48 of the Migration Act imposes limitations if your visa has been refused or cancelled while in Australia. Essentially,…
Businesses thrive when they employ the right people. However, due to labour shortages in certain industries, it is not always…
On 22 November 2018, South Australia (SA), in partnership with the Australian government, announced a new pilot program: the Supporting…
The skilled nominated visa (subclass 190) allows points-tested skilled workers to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident.…
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NewLaw Firm of the Year Finalist – 2018 Australian Law Awards
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AFR Fast 100 List – 2018 Australian Financial Review
NewLaw Firm of the Year – 2017 Australian Law Awards
Customer Service Experience of the Year – 2017 Optus My Business Awards
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