(8th of May to the 15th of May)
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In this week’s edition, we first an article by The Guardian about the parent visa. In their article they talk about a Labour candidates answer. A question came up during a local Australian community event. When answering the question about parent’s visa and its requirements, they provided an unclear answer.
Then there is the story by SBS. Six individuals were targeted for their participation in the Australian Invictus Games. They have now been granted a permanent protection visa for their safety and well being.
These are just a few stories we have found for you. We have many more stories for you to read below.
Up first we have a story by The Australian about the parent visa. No clear answer was provided when an individual asked about the requirements for the parent visa.
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Secondly, we have a story by the SBS about six former soldiers who were targeted for their involvement in Australia’ Invictus Games. They have been now granted a permanent protection visa.
Next, we have an article by The Guardian. In their article, they talk about the treatment of disable individuals. It is a requirement for applicants to be a good health. As seen in previous newspaper articles, this has been a reoccurring issue.
Furthermore, we have a story by WA Today. A family is facing deportation after their bridging visa was expired.
Lastly, we have a story by ABC news about regional visa program. The list for skilled worker visa has been extended. It now includes livestock, dairy, crop farming, etc. However, Farmer’s believe that this is not enough. They are pushing to have an agricultural visa.
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