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Application Charges and Orphan Relative Visas
9/8/2013 | 8:16
One of Australia's migration agents recently ran into some trouble when applying for a Orphan Relative Visa (Subclass 117) on behalf of a client. According to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), the 117 visa is designed for children who are under the age of 18, are currently overseas, and cannot be cared for by their parents. If a child's application for the Orphan Relative Visa is successful, they will be permitted to migrate to Australia permanently and live with a relative who is already ...

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Immigration visit Victor Harbor noodle bar
Immigration Compliance officers visited Noodle Bento on Tuesday, July 9 and found three unlawful non-citizens working on the premises. Noodle Bento is located at Victor Central on Torrens Street, Victor Harbor. The three Malaysian nationals were detained by immigration, as their working visas had expired and will be removed from Australia, according to an Immigration spokesperson. Immigration officers contacted the owner regarding the breach and the business was forced to close for the day."The future of the business is not an issue for Immigration, ...

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What`s new in electronic health processing?
Most people applying for immigration visas will be required to meet Australia's health standards. You may need to organise a health examination in order to prove this.  In 2012, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) launched an electronic health processing system called eMedical.  This system electronically records DIAC visa applicants' health examination results.  It makes medical exam systems for immigrants much more secure, keeping applicants' personal information private and makes the process a whole lot quicker. The possibility for error has been reduced in the new system. ...

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Broken Hill `perfect place` for asylum seekers
A leading lawyer and human rights advocate says Broken Hill is a perfect place to house asylum seekers. Julian Burnside QC says regional communities with declining populations would benefit from allowing refugees to live among them. He says asylum seekers could be easily monitored in such remote centres which would benefit from the spending of interim social security payments. Mr Burnside says this more humane approach would redirect billions of government dollars towards needy regional towns and cities. "Right across the country there are ...

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Work lures 700,000
Australia is not the magnet for asylum seekers many assume. New OECD figures show that in 2012, Australia ranked only 11th of the 34 OECD countries in the number of people arriving and applying for asylum. But Australia is a magnet for workers. Including 505, 000 temporary residents such as students and people on working holidays and section 457 visas, the OECD says 715, 000 foreigners came to stay in Australia in 2011 - the third largest inflow of any Western country, after the United States and Germany. ...

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Record births, but wave of migrants push nation past 23million
Australia's population will tick past the 23 million mark on Tuesday night, as the country continues to grow at the fastest rate in the developed world. The Australian Bureau of Statistics' population counter will tick over to 23 million at 9.57pm. Social researchers say the milestone baby will most likely be a boy called Jack. Odds suggest his mother will be 31, his father 33 and he will live in western Sydney. Jack is not real, of course. His likely arrival time has been reached by ...

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