Five ways to make moving abroad easier for your children

Moving abroad is difficult enough, without throwing children into the mix. There are, however, ways that you can make the move slightly easier on the junior members of the family.

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Australian companies should cultivate local tech workers not play the 457 visa game

OPINION & ANALYSIS: The threat posed by government changes to the 457 visa system have been largely overblown.

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Five ways you didn’t know you could claim British citizenship

What many people aren’t aware of – and just ask a few Aussie politicians, hey – is that there are over 100 ways to claim British citizenship. Here’s just a sample…

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UK Tier 2 visa and additional working

Many UK Tier 2 visa workers want to undertake additional or charity work, or study further but are not sure whether doing this is in line with their visa terms.

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What it’s like to live and work illegally in Australia

OPINION & ANALYSIS: To end exploitation in Australia, we need to have a zero tolerance to exploitation, rather than a zero tolerance to breaches of visas by migrants.

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So, what is the Tier 2 UK visa?

The Tier 2 Immigration route is one of the most popular ways for non-EU citizens to live and work in the UK.

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Eight kinds of jobs Australia desperately needs to be filled by migrants

Australia is a land of genuine opportunity, and there are chances that are begging to be taken by highly-motivated immigrants.

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An ingenious strategy to gain Aussie permanent residency

The Skilled Independent visa is one of the most powerful Aussie visas there is. It is a direct route to permanent residency, which can eventually be converted into full Australian citizenship.

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Tougher English language exams for Australian citizenship will be debated by Senate

The changes to the citizenship tests aren’t wholesale, but they have raised the bar for an English speaking skills-set.

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Banned from the UK: Why were these famous faces denied entry to Great Britain?

You think you’ve been given a hard time at Heathrow immigration? Not as hard (we hope) as these famous people who were at some point, or maybe even still are, not allowed into the UK.

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Good news: UK Home Office announce changes to family migration

The newly amended UK Family Migration rules should be a positive change for families and spouses.

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Australia ‘swamped’ by Asians and Muslims? The data show a different story

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Pauline Hanson claimed Australia was in danger of being “swamped by Asians”. At her re-election to the Senate on 2016, Hanson expanded her claim to also being “swamped by Muslims”. But is this factually correct?

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UK Graduate Entrepreneur immigration FAQs answered

We have answered some of the most Frequently Asked Questions we receive on the Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur route to live and work in the UK. We hope to get the word out on this one!

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Could you pass the proposed English test for Australian citizenship?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Tough English language tests will be used to decide Australian citizenship. Does this new policy look and feel like Australia’s old White Australia Policy?

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Half of UK employers unprepared for Brexit immigration changes

“There’s a stark gap between what businesses want and expect from our post-Brexit immigration system and what the government has pledged to deliver,” says analyst.

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