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Changes to the Minister of Religion application process for employer sponsored visas

Changes have been made to the application process for nominating a Minister of Religion for an employer sponsored visa.

Government acting on recommendations of the 457 Integrity Review

Since our last post, on 18 March 2015  the Australian Government announced its

Know your sponsor's obligations

This post is the final part of a series of fictional scenarios designed to help temporary skilled workers holding 457 visas and their sponsors to better understand their responsibilities and obligations. It is also designed to assist you in avoiding visa scams and fraudulent activity.

Are you going to be employed in your nominated position?

This post is part of a series of fictional scenarios designed to help temporary skilled workers holding 457 visas and their sponsors to better understand their responsibilities and obligations. It is also designed to assist you in avoiding visa scams and fraudulent activity.

Are you working at your nominated place of employment?

This post is part of a series of fictional scenarios designed to help temporary skilled workers holding 457 visas and their sponsors to better understand their responsibilities and obligations. It is also designed to assist you in avoiding visa scams and fraudulent activity.

Beware of visa scams

Over the next few weeks, this blog will host a series of fictional scenarios designed to help temporary skilled workers holding 457 visas and their sponsors to better understand their responsibilities and obligations.

Robust New Foundations – an independent review into 457 programme integrity

You might have read in our previous post, that an Independent Review into Integrity in the Subclass 457 Programme was announced on 25 February 2014

457 Integrity Review

Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Senator Michaelia Cash, announced a review of the integrity of the 457 programme on February 25.

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