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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.

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.

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Australia's prime minister announced the country will scrap a temporary visa for skilled overseas workers. According to Breitbart.com, the PM argued that Australians must be given priority over..
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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Australia: New training levy to replace 457 visa training benchmark for business sponsors - Hammond Taylor

The budget has revealed plans to impose a levy on businesses sponsoring overseas employees under the new TSS visa.

Australia: Abolition and replacement of the Temporary Work (Skilled) 457 visa - Colin Biggers & Paisley

Employees subject to these visas, and the employers who engage them, should consider the impact of these changes.

Australia: 457 visa update – Part 2: Transitional arrangements for the 457 visa and next steps - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

We provide a summary of the additional changes and implications for employers.

Australia: PM announces abolition of 457 visa, introduces 458 visa instead - Hammond Taylor

The 457 visa will be abolished and the newly minted Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa will commence in March 2018.

Australia: Changes to the 457 Visa scheme - Coleman Greig Lawyers

The 457 visa scheme will be abolished and replaced by a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa by March 2018.

Top ANU graduate sculptor and long-term Canberra resident to miss out on permanent residency after 457 visa changes

For years, Anton Poon has been quietly working away in Canberra on his dream of becoming a well-established sculptor in Australia.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Are the 457 visa reforms an illusion act?

There was tellingly little outcry from business groups as the federal government promoted itself as tightening the tap on access to global workers.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How the 457 visa changes are hitting start-ups

Liz Kaelin is the human face of how the crackdown on 457 visas is hurting Australian technology entrepreneurs.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Stop the goats with diversion

The end of the 457 visa program, while welcome, is a distraction from bigger immigration issues.
Brisbane Times

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