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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

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News video: Australia To Axe Temporary Foreign Workers' Visa Scheme

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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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Stop the goats with diversion

The end of the 457 visa program, while welcome, is a distraction from bigger immigration issues.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bring in nannies from the Pacific Islands to help Australian women get back to work, says Diane-Smith Gander

Revamped 457 visa scheme should have made it easier for nannies from Pacific Islands to come here.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra trainer Neil Osborne keen to keep 457 visa workers in his stable

Canberra horse trainer Neil Osborne wants the outbound 457 visas replaced with something similar.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Breaking news: 457 visa to be abolished – reforms to employer sponsored skilled migration programme - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

The 457 visa will be replaced by a Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa to better address genuine skill shortages.

World News Radio April 19

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Australia: 457 visa: Franchisor or franchisee liability? - Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Moves may be made to extend the responsibilities of franchisors to cover immigration matters and the 457 visa program.

Concerns from business, Migration Council over 457 visa's demise

SBS World News Radio: The Turnbull Government is pressing ahead with sweeping changes to Australia's skilled migration system, as its abolition of the contentious 457 visa comes into effect.

David Hayes fears Malcolm Turnbull's 457 visa crackdown could bring racing industry 'to its knees'

The Australian racing industry is on the brink of being "brought to its knees" by Malcolm Turnbull's crackdown on the importation of skilled migrant workers as Racing Australia seeks an urgent meeting..
Brisbane Times

'Grind to a halt': Tech industry sounds alarm over 457 visa changes

Australia's technology and start-up sector has expressed alarm over the government tearing up the 457 visa program, warning it could leave the industry short of the workers it needs to compete..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Bangladeshi 457 visa worker facing deportation after questionable collapse of Canberra courier franchise

A Bangladeshi man is facing deportation after the Canberra Fastway Couriers franchise he was working at was wound up, amid allegations of fraudulent activity and failures to pay employees and the tax..
Brisbane Times

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