Jamie Lingham, our founder and Global Immigration Leader of Absolute Immigration provides the hospitality sector with an outline of what the new Labour Agreement entails and how to utilise it.
Applications are now open for employer accreditation under the Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) scheme.
Absolute Immigration celebrates with AHA (Vic) – recognising the State’s best hospitality venues in 2022
The Victorian Hotels industry celebrated the state’s best people and venues at the 2022 AHA Victoria State Awards for Excellence. Absolute Immigration were delighted to sponsor the ‘Outstanding Achievement in Training’ award – find out more.
Workforce Australia is a new digital employment service, due to be introduced on 1 July 2022.
Recently the Government announced that the Australian Superannuation Guarantee will increase from 10% to 10.5% on 1 July 2022
New Zealand announces a major package of reforms which include an early opening of New Zealand’s border and a simplification of immigration settings.
Incoming travellers to Australia from overseas are no longer required to have a COVID-19 test before travelling, reducing the stress and extra costs for tourists and foreign workers to enter Australia.
The New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, is currently in Singapore and announced the relaunch and expansion of the Working Holiday Scheme with Singapore.
Our immigration expert Majlinda Lulo, Chief Migration Strategist, and our Immigration Director, Belinda Man, gave viewers an overview of the recent announcement for 457 visa holders who are aged over 45 years. The age restriction has been removed which opens doors to PR for many 457 visa holders.
Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, and our special guests Daryl Feast, Principal Consultant – Automotive Specialist, and Andy Bage, Recruitment Consultant for Musterrecruit hosted a webinar about the new Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) and the impact on employers in the automotive trades industry.
The Minister of Immigration has announced that anyone who held, or had applied for, a 457 visa before or after 18 April 2017 and had been in Australia in the specified period, can now apply for a permanent visa subclass 186TRT, regardless of their age.
Our immigration experts Arno Nothnagel & Trinity Li provided an update for both employers & individuals regarding recent announcements including border opening and the Employer Nomination Scheme