(10th April to the 17th of April 2019)
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In this week’s edition, we first an article by the Joondalup Times Community. Joondalup is a city in Western Australia. In their report, they discuss a mother who has fallen to a victim of legislation changes and delayed processing time. The mother and her family had migrated to Australia from the UK four years ago. She started the nomination process for permanent residency but was refused. The refusal went on review but was refused again. Since the refusals the mother has been on a bridging visa.
Then there is the story by Michael West News. It reports about a story about a Chinese billionaire who had his permanent residency rejected after receiving advice from security agencies.
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Up first we have an article by the Joondalup Times Community. An unfortunate event of legislation changes and delayed processing time has resulted in a mother on a bridging visa with no working rights.
Second, we have a story by Michael West News. A Chinese billionaire had his permanent residency visa rejected and was also prohibited from entering Australia.
Next, we an article by the SBS News. The new subclass 870 Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa provides grandparents the opportunity to spend more time with their families in Australia. However, the harsh requirements make the visa far-fetched.
For more information, click here to read our newsletter about the New Temporary Parent Visa (870).
Furthermore, we have a newspaper article the Australian. It addresses the challenges of moving migrants to regional areas.
For more information, click here to read our newsletter about the new regional provisional 491, 494 visa and the new 191 PR visa.
Lastly, we have an article by the SBS. Starting today, visitors visa can be shortened or even cancelled if they failed to declare any prohibited items
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