We can help you navigate doing business in Australia by assisting you in engaging skilled international workers for short and long term projects
Whether establishing an Australian business, looking for investor visa options or expanding your existing business investments in Australia, we provide a full range of legal services to assist. The Department of Home Affairs apply strict criteria to all business and employment migration. Our expert migration professionals streamline the process to make business migration predictable.
Australian law requires that immigration assistance may only be provided by a person who is registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA).
Our Registered Migration Agents have market-leading expertise across the following areas:
Our business migration professionals assist corporations to bring in international workers, get approval for incoming secondments and troubleshoot international transfers.
Holding Redlich Registered Migration Agents act in accordance with the Code of Conduct. Please refer to Migration Agent Registration Authority’s website for a copy of the code.
04 August 2021 - Knowledge
The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke MP has announced the inclusion of pharmacists on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL). This addition of three occupations brings the PMSOL to 44 in total. Priority visa processing will be given to those occupations on the PMSO.
07 June 2021 - Knowledge
With COVID-19, travel restrictions have brought migration to a standstill. But amid the gloom, there’s a unique opportunity to reset our permanent skilled migration program to favour young, high-skilled workers who bring the biggest economic benefits to Australia.
11 May 2021 - Knowledge
The Morrison Government announced that owing to the ongoing unrest in Myanmar, Myanmar nationals currently in Australia on temporary visas may apply to extend their stay until it is safe to return home. The Australian Government will be writing to all Myanmar citizens temporarily in Australia with further advice on how to remain lawful in Australia.
27 April 2021 - Knowledge
The federal government's COVID-related travel exemptions exclude overseas-based parents of adult Australian citizens and permanent residents. The Australian Border Force (ABF) said the definition of immediate family only applies to spouses, de facto partners, dependent children and legal guardians of citizens or permanent residents.
12 April 2021 - Knowledge
A global campaign launching, ‘It Takes a Community’, spotlights migrants and fellow community members who contribute to building stronger and more inclusive societies, especially taking into account their roles during the current pandemic.