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Rebecca Macmillan

JD, BSc

Registered Migration Agent - Cairns

Areas of Expertise

Immigration Law

Expertise

Rebecca is a Registered Migration Agent with over 10 years’ experience specialising in Australian migration law.
Rebecca works with Australian and overseas business to obtain Australian work visas for skilled professionals. She also provides guidance and support to businesses in relation to migration compliance and record keeping . 


In addition, Rebecca assists individuals wishing to migrate to Australia under the skilled migration program, or family members of Australian citizens and permanent residents. She has also assisted sporting clubs sponsor elite sports professionals.
Rebecca works with clients both in Australia and overseas. 

Experience

Rebecca has assisted clients in the following areas:

  • temporary and permanent employer sponsorship (including regional employment)
  • skilled independent and skilled nominated visas
  • visas for elite sports professionals
  • business and investment visas
  • visas for family – partners, parents and family of New Zealand citizens
  • resident Return Visas
  • Australian citizenship
  • health waiver submissions
  • character submissions
  • responding to notices of intention to cancel or refuse a visa.

Publications

05 December 2019 - Knowledge

SkillSelect Update – October 2019

#Immigration Law

The Migration Program for this year has been set at a cap of 160,000 places. Approximately 70 per cent of places have been allocated to skilled visas, with the bulk of the remainder allocated to family visas.

02 December 2019 - Knowledge

Employing an overseas worker: A guide for Australian businesses

#Immigration Law

Australia now has more employer sponsored visas than ever before – but which is right for your business? We take a look at some options.

09 April 2019 - Knowledge

Upcoming changes to migration legislation and 2019 federal budget highlights

#Immigration Law

We wrap up the key immigration announcements from the recent federal budget and also take a look at some upcoming legislative changes due to take effect from 17 April 2019.