Given the dynamic nature of immigration law AR LAW Services: Master Migration Lawyers will be giving a free lecture this month. Seating is limited so… Read More »Updates in Australian Immigration & Visa Law: Free lecture at Law Institute of Victoria.
The Turnbull government has recently offered a new pathway for family to reunite. Where parents of Australians who would like to come to Australia to… Read More »Coming soon: Five year temporary sponsored visa for parents. No balance of family test
As a leading Australian Immigration Law Firm and masters of migration and visa law AR LAW Services has been inundated by questions regarding the recent… Read More »457 visa changes: What you really need to know!
In a joint media statement, the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection and the Prime Minister announced the Government’s reform in ensuring applicants of Australian… Read More »Harder to call Australia home! Changes to the Citizenship process
Big win for fairness at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Another AR LAW Services feel good partner visa story.
AR LAW Services was retained to appeal a particularly cruel decision by the department of Immigration (DIAC) that had deprived a young man of a… Read More »Big win for fairness at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Another AR LAW Services feel good partner visa story.
Before coming to AR LAW Services, a client had gone to many law firms and refugee societies only to be told “no chance” you may… Read More »Refugee Case: Big win for AR LAW Service. A Shia woman from Pakistan: an Hazara.
500.212 The applicant is a genuine applicant for entry and stay as a student because: (a) the applicant intends genuinely to stay in Australia temporarily…. … Read More »Student visas – what it means to be GTE (genuine temporary entrant)
A Federal Circuit Court decision that was handed down on 15 July 2016 by Justice Neville: Al Mamun v Minister for Immigration & Anor (2016) FCCA… Read More »Appeal Failed? Read this: Fed Court decision; Short not so sweet!
Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) appears likely to increase at the beginning of the 2016/2017 financial year, employers considering sponsorship of 457 visa holders… Read More »Likely changes to 457 visa – increase in TSMIT
Although Mr Bolvaran, lived in Australia for 41 of his 42 years, a recovering ice addict, was deported to Chile, the country of his birth late last… Read More »Revocation: A Ray of hope for the “sinners” with bad character – 501 visa cancellation.