Archive for April, 2013

The Australian Commissioner of Taxation has issued a "Notice of Data Matching Pr…

Wednesday, April 24, 2013@ 5:27 PM
Author: Arrive Australia Migration Services
The Australian Commissioner of Taxation has issued a "Notice of Data Matching Program" advising that the Australia Taxation Office (ATO) will collect details on people who held Subclass 406, 410, 411, 415-424, 426-428, 442, 457, 462, 570-576 or 580 visas from 1 January 2012 to 30 June 2014.
Operating under the "Dept of Immigration $citienzhip Temporary Working Visas Data Matching Program", the Notice claims this data will be "electronically matched and analysed...to identify potential fraud, and other non compliance with lodgement and payment obligations", and that the records collected will relate to approximately 1 million visa grantees.
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Arrive Australia Migration Services’s Facebook Wall 2013-04-17 15:57:39

Wednesday, April 17, 2013@ 3:57 PM
Author: Arrive Australia Migration Services
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Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce
SYDNEY 9th MAY - SAVE THE DATE VISA & FINANCE UPDATE Our business update sessions for 2013 to inform members and their guests on matters migration and financial - with particular significance to recently arrived young Irish in Australia and the employers who take them on - will kick off at 6pm on 9th May at Level Fifteen at the American Club in Sydney. With the rapidly changing migration landscape and the focus of debate surrounding the 457 visa scheme, our board member, John McQuaid of Arrive Australia will present the latest information on the significant changes to employers' responsibilities under the new guidelines. He will be joined by fellow member Rae Ni Corraidh from Bentleys NSW who will consider the financial obligations on both sides of the relationship. Supported by the Irish Government's Emigrant Support Program, this event will give you access to professional migration and financial advice normally costing hundreds of dollars in a welcoming environment with networking opportunities before and after the presentations. Finger food provided, cash bar for networking drinks before and after the event. Save the date, bookings open soon. This event will be free to members, guests may purchase admission in advance for $10 + GST.
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NSW Business Migration and Industry Skills have today announced that applicatio…

Thursday, April 11, 2013@ 5:43 PM
Author: Arrive Australia Migration Services
NSW Business Migration and Industry Skills have today announced that applications for NSW nomination under the Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 visa for the 2012-13 financial year have reached full capacity and have closed for this year.

Applications for the Subclass 190 visa will open again in July 2013.

NSW continues to accept applications for nominations for other visa classes, including the Significant Investor Visa.

Applications received for NSW nomination under the Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 visa up to close-of-business on 11 April 2013 will be processed as usual. Any application that has already been received and is currently being processed will continue to be processed. Details of the 2013-14 intake for the Subclass 190 visa will be available in July 2013.
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Heres a great Lions Tour Lunch offer

Tuesday, April 9, 2013@ 1:16 PM
Author: Arrive Australia Migration Services
Heres a great Lions Tour Lunch offer


Sydney Sporting Lunch celebrating the British & Irish Lions Tour
irishchamber.com.au
The Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Australian British Chamber of Commerce are proud to present our 2013 Rugby Lunches in Sydney.
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Young people from Australia and Uruguay now have the opportunity to visit and wo…

Tuesday, April 9, 2013@ 11:08 AM
Author: Arrive Australia Migration Services
Young people from Australia and Uruguay now have the opportunity to visit and work in each other’s countries through a work and holiday visa arrangement.

The new work and holiday arrangement aims to strengthen people-to-people relations and build on economic ties and links between the two countries.

This arrangement will allow university-educated Australians and Uruguayans aged between 18 and 30 to work and holiday in each other’s country for up to 12 months.

The work and holiday visa differs from a working holiday visa as it requires applicants to have the support of their government, hold or be studying towards tertiary qualifications and to speak functional English.


There will be an annual limit of 200 work and holiday visas for both countries.
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