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How to purchase property in Australia

There are many opportunities to purchase properties in Australia and many reasons new residents to Australia are looking to purchase properties such as: Residential Commercial Investment Development Australia has a very strict policy on non-citizens and non-permanent residents purchasing property in Australia and the regulations must be followed when looking at buying land or property…

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Australia ‘more attractive’ than America for skilled IT workers

America is famous for it’s big name IT hubs such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft headquarters – not to mention Silicon Valley. Due to this, many skilled IT workers from around the world put the United States of America at the top of their list. However, America has recently changed their rules and quota system…

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Family split across different countries from Australian Immigration “one fail, all fail” policy

A South-African family of four that has lived in Canberra since 2011 and successfully integrated into the local community through schools and employment have found their family split due to a ruling from the Department of Immigration and Border Patrol. The Ingram family found themselves in the unfortunate situation when their oldest son, Brett, went…

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Foreign Investment Review Board assess $370 million deal with Chinese company

One of Australia’s biggest industries – both in size and economy – has just received an offer which may be difficult to refuse. The Foreign Investment Review Board is currently in the process of assessing a proposal by China’s Dakang Australia Holdings to purchase 80% of S Kidman & Co for $370.7 million. S Kidman…

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Malcolm Turnbull promotes Australian business to China

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is currently doing his part to promote investment into Australia at a recent event on his visit to China. Mr Turnbull was the keynote speaker at a recent tourism lunch attended by some powerful business identities where he encouraged and welcomed the relationship between Australian business and Chinese investors. “I’m…

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Migration Institute of Australia encourages government to review Migration Act

Registered migration agent, Barrister-at-law and National President of Migration Institute of Australia Ms Julian-Armitage has recently released a statement calling on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to review the country’s migration laws to ensure that residents and citizens are not having their traditional rights and freedoms affected by Australian Migration laws. “There must…

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Gold Coast set to double in size in the next 35 years

The Gold Coast is one of Australia's favourite cities and holiday destinations and it's about to receive a massive population growth spurt. A recent report called Beyond the Horizon was compiled by a leading demographer who focused on the Gold Coasts growth up until 2050. The Gold Coast in particular was of interest with it's… Read More

Two year countdown to 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games!

Today the organisers of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games introduced the official games mascot ‘Borobi’ through a televised event at Burleigh beach. The introduction of Borobi coincides with the official two year countdown to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.  The event is set to inject millions into the local economy through both the…

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