Finding New Zealand immigration solutions,
to support global dreams.
People. Not Paper.
Reflecting on the past 20 years at Absolute Immigration, it is amazing the journey that we have had from when I first started the business in suburban Melbourne, through to where we are today with office in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland, New Zealand.
The pleasure, adventure, memories and joy that working in this space has provided me over the past 20 years has been like nothing I could have imagined in my wildest dreams. I still love meeting people, solving problems and adding significant value to their lives by making their dream of living and working in Australia and New Zealand, a reality.
When you become our client, you may hear a term – “The AI Way”
What does this mean exactly? Well, it’s difficult to put into words, but essentially it is a combination of our values and our ‘People Not Paper’ approach. Call it our ‘secret sauce’ or ‘x-factor’, which filters through our team culture and directly to our valued clients, who are the ultimate purpose of our organisation.
We respect that every client has their own set of needs and unique set of circumstances, which we will always be sensitive of and work towards a solutions-based and practical outcome, for what can sometimes be highly complex immigration problems.
The AI Way is not just talking the talk, it is about walking the walk, working hard to ensure that we not only live our values, but also ensure that we hold each other accountable to deliver inventive thinking and superior service to all of our clients.
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The latest immigration updates.
Time is running out to commence the required four weeks advertising for Labour Market Testing, if attempting to meet the 30 June 2023 deadline for applications at the current $53,900 TSMIT.
We provide an update on the coded inclusion of the Aged Care sector in an Industry Labour Agreement template and the impact and benefits that follow.
Following the announcement that the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) will increase to $70,000 (plus Superannuation) from 1 July 2023, Jamie Lingham, our CEO and Global Immigration Leader, provides a further update.
Our Immigration Director of Absolute Immigration Legal, Alex Kaufman, provides us with details regarding the Superannuation Guarantee employer contribution increase and potential repercussions for Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa holders.
Recent Government announcements including the Federal Budget, has a number of impacts on Australia’s migration program. Our CEO and Global Immigration Leader, Jamie Lingham, provides an outline and commentary.
In consultation with businesses and unions, the Government has announced a new Aged Care Industry Labour Agreement with the aim to promote increased recruitment and retention in the aged care workforce.