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Inside track: Immigration

16 March 2020

#Immigration Law

Inside track: Immigration

In the media

More help to keep Aussie shelves stocked
International students currently employed at the major supermarkets will be able to extend their working hours to help meet high demand for essential items because of the coronavirus. Ordinarily international students are subject to a maximum 40 hours a fortnight during term (13 March 2020).  More...

Bushfire recovery efforts count as 'specified work' for WHMs
Working Holiday Makers can now count paid or volunteer work completed after 31 July 2019, when they have assisted with bushfire recovery, as 'specified work' towards eligibility for a second or third WHM visa (05 March 2020).  More...

Another Indigenous man leaves immigration detention following 'Aboriginal aliens' ruling
More than 20 people who say they are Indigenous Australians could be freed from immigration detention after a landmark High Court ruling (02 March 2020).  More...

Malaysian illegal worker group stopped at the border
Australian Border Force officers at Perth International Airport have prevented a group of five Malaysian nationals from entering Australia to work illegally (28 February 2020).  More...

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