We understand the industries in which our clients operate having worked in and for small to large business, making us well positioned to lead representations our behalf of our business clients.We have the commercial acumen, industry contacts, and experience to help you maximise your human capital strategies to enable business growth in Australia.We help new and established business secure sponsorship rights and access overseas talent quickly and efficiently to meet business objectives.
We are specialists in securing Australian visas for skilled workers seeking to live and work in Australia. We provide a range of services including occupation and skills assessments, assistance with skilled work visas and visas for talented business people and entrepreneurs. We understand the various migration pathways available to professionals and trades people to enjoy a successful career in Australia. With our assistance and careful planning, our clients have gone on to successfully secure permanent residency rights in Australia under the skilled migration program.
Australia is an attractive destination for education, and we provide comprehensive immigration planning services for students to plan the next stage of their life and career in Australia. We also assist students to obtain post-study visas to enable them to launch their career and gain valuable work experience in Australia. We can provide early strategies to help you maximise your opportunities for permanent residency upon completion of your studies, because we recognise that it is important to obtain the right advice and plan ahead to realise your long term career and life goals.
Operators of a Sydney cleaning company face near-record penalties of $447,300 for treating vulnerable migrant workers as “slaves”. The Federal Court has found that Grouped Property Services deliberately exploited 51 non-English speaking workers, who were predominately foreign nationals on temporary visas, by underpaying them amounts ranging from $58 to $23,474. According to a Fair Work Ombudsman…Read More
On 15 June 2017, a bill was introduced into Australian Parliament which, if passed, will make significant changes to the Australian Citizenship Act. Below is a summary of some of key features of the bill: 4 year residency requirement Under the new framework, applicants for citizenship by conferral will need to show that they have lived…Read More
End of financial year is a significant time for business, and with one of the most complex immigration and workplace relations systems in the world, it is essential that business owners stay updated and compliant with the changes that come into effect on or after 1 July 2017. Below we summarise the key changes arising…Read More