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Indian workers to get affected as Australia to abolish 457 visa programme

*New South Wales [Australia], April 18 (ANI): Australia will abolish the 457 visa programme which is used by companies to bring in temporary foreign workers and will replace it with a tighter program.*
ANI News

Australia: 457 visa monitoring of sponsorship obligations and consequences of non-compliance for the franchise community - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Anyone in a franchise network with employees on 457 visas must understand and comply with their obligations as a sponsor.
Mondaq

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Australia: 457 flash update - Second stage for changes to 457 Visa!! - Coleman Greig Lawyers

Uncertainty about the new visa rules, other changes generally, and protests have attracted considerable media attention.
Mondaq

Australia: 457 visa – 1 July 2017 changes - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

The second stage of the reforms to the 457 visa program were released, and businesses should be aware of these changes.
Mondaq

Credico Australia React to National Population Increase

Field marketing specialists Credico Australia has given their view on the recent figures from Australian Bureau of Statistics which has noted a significant population milestone, and outlined why this..
PRWeb

457 visa changes a win for universities, medical research and horse trainers

Dozens of occupations have been handed back a pathway to permanent residency through the 457 visa scheme.
SBS

Defence industry upset over 457 visa shift

The Australian defence industry is concerned about changes to the government's skilled worker visa program preventing it from importing key overseas talent.
SBS

Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting worker

The Federal Court has fined the owners of a Brisbane cafe $180,000 for exploiting a staffer on a 457 visa.
SBS

Changes to Skilled Worker Visas will impact access to global executive talent pool, says AESC

Call to reconsider visa changes in light of negative 'unintended consequences' SYDNEY, Australia, May 31, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- There was collective concern expressed this week amongst members..
GlobeNewswire

Unis not consulted over 457 visa changes

Universities were not consulted about changes to 457 visas until after the measures were announced and fear the move will block access to the brightest minds.
SBS

Australia: 457 visa sponsorship obligations – Franchisee or franchisor? - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

The 457 visa is being wound up, but employers with employees on those visas still need to comply with all relevant laws.
Mondaq

Highly skilled foreign workers turning down Australian jobs over 457 visa changes

Talented overseas scientists have already started turning down prestigious research positions in Australia following the federal government's changes to 457 visas, says medical sector.
SBS

Australia needs Indian workers in IT, hospitality: Envoy

Last month, to tackle growing unemployment, Australia announced its decision to discontinue the 457 visa for skilled workers, which allows businesses to employ foreign workers for up to four years. The..
IndiaTimes


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