My Grandfather Thomas (Tom) Robinson – the dapper one with spectacles – and his two brothers Wilfred (Wilf) and James (Jim) before the war [see… Read More »The Robinson lads: ANZACS in Egypt – the road to Gallipoli
student visa rejected
As regular readers of this and my other posts will know the Australian Government introduced a new visa to assist with the COVID-19 pandemic on… Read More »New COVID-19 pandemic: Subclass 408 Visa
Given the extraordinary disruption that the Corona virus has wrought upon the Australian migration and visa process, AR LAW SERVICES in conjunction with AR SOAR.… Read More »AR LAW Services assistance for Temporary & Student Visa holders in this time of Pandemic
Partner Visas. 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 »Partner Visas. Big win for fairness at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Another AR LAW Services ‘feel good’ Partner Visa story.
The Federal Court recently ruled that the Minister is not above the law, and must seek review, rather than acting unilaterally, if the AAT makes… Read More »Not by man but by law. Court Hold to protect rights of a Refugee in Protection Visa Case
” I couldn’t think of a single area of migration that is not affected by COVID-19 in Australia.” Professor Boucher Following my post of yesterday… Read More »The Pandemic, Visa holders & Australia’s Future!
Does Australia owe the cow anything? How should the Australian Government respond to the International Student question.
In 2010 I, along with other members of the Law Institute of Victoria Migration Law Committee, was active in the debate concerning rights for International… Read More »Does Australia owe the cow anything? How should the Australian Government respond to the International Student question.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is making temporary changes to visa arrangements to help farmers access the workforce they need to secure Australia’s food… Read More »Visas to ensure Food Security in this Coronavirus Pandemic
Temporary Skilled visa holders There are around 139,000 temporary skilled visa holders, on either a 2 year or 4 year visa. They were provided the… Read More »Temporary Skilled & Work Holiday Visa Changes