The questions and issues raised in Novak Djokovic’s court hearing highlight just how difficult it is for travellers to understand when they can or can’t enter Australia.
We are pleased to announce the change of rate of our Lawyer, Ms Briony Chen with effective on 18 January 2022. We would also like to congratulate Miss Alexia Avdoulas on her admission.
New visa concessions offer permanent residency pathways for select skilled migrants and post-study visa rights for returning international students
On 25 November 2021, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke announced new special temporary concessions for around 200,000 highly skilled visa holders in Australia
We are pleased to announce the promotion of our Lawyer, Mr Lee Allen, to Associate with effective on 1 November 2021. We are truly honoured to have Lee in our team and we look forward to his continued success at our company.
On 1 October 2021, the Australian Government announced its intention to begin the gradual process of opening its international borders conditional on the success of the nationwide vaccination plan for States and Territories reaching 80% full vaccination rates.
Tang Law would like to extend our appreciation to all the staff in attendance for the great engagement during our presentation addressing visa options for women who are victims and/or survivors of family and domestic violence.
TANG LAW is pleased to hear of this development, as it will allow greater opportunities for skilled migrants to become eligible for WA State nomination, where Australians cannot take up jobs necessary to meet demand.
Department of Home Affairs Doubled Number of Occupations on Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List
Last Tuesday, the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs announced the inclusion of 22 additional skilled professions on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL), expanding the list to 41 occupations.
Most of the time, when drugs are found in a person’s possession, they are charged with a ‘possession’ offence and the amount of drugs found will be the determinative factor in how the charge is dealt with, what court it is heard in and what the applicable penalties are. It is at this point that you need to seek the advice of an experienced criminal lawyer, as there can be huge differences in the outcome or penalty based on how you are charged.