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Australia has always been one of the countries who have the highest rate of immigration. Excellent education, abundant business opportunities, safe and secure environment, work-life balance, every advantage you name it, all converge to bring the status of Australians to a higher level among the world’s population.   However, the landscape of migration has started […]

We’ve come to know several occasions where immigrants in a particular country have nailed considerable achievements. The stories unveiled are usually inspiring and motivating. Well, here’s a special one from Australia where a Malaysian descent shows the world his quality in teaching to the extent of being recognized with 2018 New South Wales (NSW) Local […]

As we near the end of the current financial year, there have been a number of changes made and announced for the state sponsorship programs around Australia. Here’s a quick update: SA: South Australia recently announced changes to their Skilled Migration program. From 28 May 2018, graduates who wish to access the work experience waiver […]

When Joey Wong arrived in Canberra, she couldn’t find a place to live for about six weeks, and staying in short-term accommodation was proving costly. “I thought, ‘How good would it be if I could find somewhere to stay for about two months while I find somewhere long-term?’” she said. That led the student, originally […]

Australia has been bugged by the immigration issue all the time but recently the issue has almost gone out of hand. How many and whom? Australia is – again – seized by a debate about migration to this country, its size, shape and character. From the post-war creation of an immigration department and the public […]

It’s always the topic feverishly talked about by everyone, especially in the parliament. In the recent incident that shed light on ‘absurd’ comments by our ex-Prime  Minister Tony Abbott, four senior figures in the Turnbull government have rejected his calls to cut immigration to ease pressure on infrastructure and wages, increase housing affordability and reduce […]