7 Days of Migration

7 Days of Migration

7 Days of Migration 

(29TH OF May to 5th of June)

Not sure what has happened in the past week with migration? Don’t worry! We have the latest migration news and stories from the past seven days available here at your convenience. No need to do any further research, we have done it all for you.

In this week’s edition, we first an article by ABC about international students and their studies. Universities have the responsibility of assessing potential students before their visa is granted. These include assessing an applicant’s English level. A sound understanding and writing of English is a vital part for tertiary education. Admitting a student that does not meet the standards, is simply in the words of ABC “setting them up for failure”.

Then there is the story by the Australian about the intake of migrants for major cities like Sydney and Melbourne. Starting on the 1st of July, the migrant intake for major cities will be unfortunately limited. To ensure your spot, speak to one of our agents for the best option for you. Furthermore, the article addresses that more infrastructure projects would be conducted in the next couple of years to ease congestion.

These are just a few stories we have found for you. We have many more stories for you to read below.

Newspaper Articles:

Up first we have a story the ABC about international students struggling in their courses due to difficult English standards of university.

When large numbers of students started failing, alarm bells started ringing for academics

For more information on student visas, click here

Secondly, we have a story by The Australian. The migration intake is becoming more limited for major cities.

City Squeeze to Ease as new arrivals go bush

Next, we have an article by SBS. Unfortunately, due to the health requirements, an 89-year-old visa holder is being deported.

Exclusive: Great-grandmother, 93, could be deported after 11 years in Australia

Furthermore, we have a story another story by SBS. An individual had his citizenship revoked after discovering that his overseas driver licence was fake. From the fake licence, the individual was able to obtain an Australian licence.

“By his deceit, [he] has recklessly presented a danger to other road users, and himself,” AAT Member Roger Maguire said.

Fake drive licence costs migrants his Australian citizenship

For a successful story from one of our clients for citizenship, click here.

Lastly, we have a newspaper by the Sydney Morning Herald about the impact of migrants moving to regional areas.

‘Crying out for workers’_ Five regional areas to receive new migrants


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