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Coronavirus and Temporary Visa holders (a 4 April 2020 update)

Whilst citizens, permanent residents and many New Zealanders have access to unconditional work rights and government payments (including the new JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments), temporary visa holders do not. This has placed both these visa holders and their employers in a difficult situation. On 4 April 2020 The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and…
Mihan Hannan
April 6, 2020
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457 / TSS visa holders in the time of COVID: A visa holder’s (rough) primer

In response to the COVID outbreak, governments all around the world have clamped down on borders in order to stem the transmission of the virus. Australia is no exemption. Having a well-developed immigration program means that failure to comply with obligations (for both visa holder and visa sponsors) can have significant ramifications. Despite a shifting immigration landscape, this article attempts…
Mihan Hannan
March 30, 2020
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Minimum Salary Level for Singapore Employment Pass to Increase from 1 May 2020

From 1 May 2020 the minimum qualifying monthly salary for Employment Passes in Singapore will be increased to SGD 3,900, up 8.34% percent from the current amount. There are also updates to minimum salary levels for older, more experienced EP holders and for exemptions towards the job advertisement exemption. Renewal applications will only be subject to the new minimum salary…
Mihan Hannan
March 5, 2020
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I’ve left my employer, what does this mean for my TSS visa?

There are a number of reasons for employees to leave their employers, both voluntarily and non-voluntarily. For individuals on Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Subclass 482 visas, there is an additional layer of complexity due to certain visa conditions applicable. In the backdrop of German retailer Kaufland’s withdrawal from Australia, we discuss the general implications of a TSS visa holder leaving…
Jordan Tew
January 26, 2020

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