Poorly-skilled migrants will struggle to granted immigration visas amid the government’s plan to crackdown on dole bludgers. Only the ‘best and brightest’ immigrants will be welcomed into Australia, according to the Saturday Telegraph.
Category: Family Migration
IN 1983, Janet del Rosario Martin was a simple lass from a small town in Zamboanga when she ventured to Manila to work as a waitress in a restaurant. Her desire was to work in Saudi Arabia but she never realized that something better was in store for her — the possibility of migrating to […]
Chester Chiong and his family was granted permanent visa on the 14th of February 2014. Mr Chiong’s application was one of the 59 applications processed by Mr Alex Allan, Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) immigration officer — who was convicted of fraud and now serving an 8-month prison sentence.
It has been reported by Rappler.com that Australia is talking with the Philippine government to send refugees there, but refused to confirm reports of a AU$150 million (PHP4.5 billion) deal to expand its controversial resettlement policy.
If your age is past three-fourths of a century, it’s probably time to consider your retirement options. My wife and I have decided to spend most of what remains of our lives in the land of our birth.
It took a few years and a lot of hard work for Galang Migrant Workers Union but finally, the Legaspi family are now permanent residents of Australia. Union president Neil Galang was able to obtain on their behalf the valuable ministerial intervention that allowed them to stay permanently.
Because of a technicality committed by what appears to be a recruitment agency, the Dejarlo Family is being sent back to the Philippines by the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT).
It has been confirmed by no less than her own sister that Analiza Capili, along with her husband and 5 children were granted permanent residency in Australia. She and her family arrived in Australia in 2005.
There are so many misleading rumours and “facts” circulating regarding asylum seekers and the benefits they get from the government. One hoax email in particular is doing the rounds telling people that “illegal immigrants/refugees” receive thousands more in welfare payments than Australian pensioners.
Migrante Australia has commenced a nationwide campaign for justice for disadvantaged 457 visa workers.
Many people confuse Permanent Residence with Citizenship. Permanent Residence (PR) is actually a visa that allows you to stay in Australia indefinitely but only allows travel within the first 5 years. After 5 years you must either apply for a Resident Return visa (RRV) or Citizenship if you want to re-enter Australia.
Migrante (The Filipino Diaspora) will screen in Sydney – on March 10, 14, 15, 16 and 17. It is a film that explores the dreams, the disturbing tales of maltreatment and exploitation, the reasons why Filipinos are forced to work abroad and the impact to family relationships of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). It also highlights […]