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#ImmiFact: In 2013–14, we detected, cancelled or refused more than 130 Working Holiday visas by applicants engaged in identity fraud. Learn more: http://bit.ly/10xyCOJ
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Can anyone help me. i need to contact the department via email, as i work during those hours. thanks much appretiated
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#ImmiFact: As at 30 June 2014, there were 5212 migration agents registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA). The authority decides who can register as a migration agent, monitors the conduct of agents, and manages complaints about them. Visit: http://bit.ly/1tfYfNj
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I wants migration to Australia
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Hola Espana. Bom dia Portugal. New work and holiday arrangements have now been set up between #Australia, #Spain and #Portugal. If you’re a citizen from either one of these countries aged 18-30, you now have the opportunity to visit and work in each other’s country for up to 12 months. Visit our website for more details and start packing.
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We’re proud to sponsor the Local Hero category of the Australian of the Year Awards. Meet 2015 Victorian Local Hero winner, Louise Davidson – co-founder of the Mother's Day Classic, Australia’s largest national fun run and breast cancer fundraising event. http://bit.ly/1sxwBaO
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I want to be australian.How?
I can be.
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Want your say in Australia’s 2015-16 permanent migration programme? Read our discussion paper, take the survey and let us know your thoughts. Survey closes 5 December. Visit: http://bit.ly/1z5S3NL
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A new Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC) opens its doors in Hong Kong. For contact details, visit: http://www.immi.gov.au/Help/Locations/Pages/Hong-Kong.aspx
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We’re proud to sponsor the Local Hero category of the Australian of the Year Awards. Meet 2015 Northern Territory Local Hero winner, Ray Palmer.
Ever since his son was tragically killed in a helicopter crash in 2010 while serving in Afghanistan, Ray has worked tirelessly to help other parents of the fallen and the hundreds of servicemen and women who return with physical and psychological wounds. Ray’s story is one of a dad and an active community member who has turned his personal tragedy into selfless action for others. http://bit.ly/11RFJSX
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how do i get to register with the Australian nursing and midwifery council???....as an immigrant
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Last chance to have your say about Australia’s 2015-16 permanent migration programme. Survey closes Friday 5 December. Visit: http://bit.ly/1z5S3NL
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If you’re a Temporary Graduate, Skilled, Former Resident or Work and Holiday visa applicant, you can now use scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test (TOEFL iBT) or the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) as evidence of your language ability. Visit our website to find out more: http://www.immi.gov.au/news/pages/aelt.aspx
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We’re proud to sponsor the Local Hero category of the Australian of the Year Awards. Meet 2015 Queensland Local Hero winner, Juliette Wright – Founder and Chief Executive Officer of GIVIT. As a volunteer-run organisation, GIVIT provides an innovative web-based solution that directly and safely supports impoverished Australians. http://bit.ly/1DWuFiS
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#ImmiFact: In 2008, Australia joined an international effort to resettle 5000 Bhutanese refugees in Australia. The 5000th refugee visa was granted in 2014. Ratan and his wife Gauri share their story. Visit: http://bit.ly/1tuVSJm
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A business that makes false promises to a temporary skilled migrant may be committing fraud. Serious penalties apply. The department conducts regular monitoring activities to ensure employers are meeting their obligations. www.immi.gov.au/Work/Pages/work-visa-scams.aspx
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Hi ser sory I can not find it can you help my?
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The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is one of Australia’s key nation-builders and is responsible for the well-managed entry and movement of people.
Introduction
Since its establishment in 1945, the department has managed the arrival and settlement of nearly seven million migrants from 200 countries, including more than 800 000 refugees under the humanitarian programme.

Staff work in about 60 offices across Australia and overseas helping to serve millions of clients across a range of programmes each year—from tourists, students and temporary workers, to permanent migrants, and people seeking Australian citizenship.

The complexity of the department’s work is reflected in the large number of visa subclasses, which cater for various categories of short-term and long-term stays in Australia.

In 2012–13, about 123 438 people became Australian citizens. The department granted more than 4.6 million visas, service centre staff responded to 1.5 million phone calls and more than 33 million people crossed Australia’s border, facilitated by officers of the department working with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

Working cooperatively with other agencies both in Australia and from countries in our region, the department helps to strengthen regional efforts to combat people smuggling, human trafficking and transnational crime.




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This page does not provide immigration advice. If you are planning to visit, study, move to, or work in Australia, find visa information at www.immi.gov.au

This is an open forum and we ask that you follow our posting guidelines. By joining the department’s page, you have agreed to the guidelines below.

The moderating and posting of comments generally occurs during regular Australian business hours (9am to 5pm eastern standard time), Monday to Friday. Comments published after hours, on the weekend or on public holidays are acted upon as early as possible.

It is essential that a suitable standard of conversation is maintained in plain English at all times. Do not publish anything that could offend, humiliate or intimidate another person, or has the potential to affect national security or damage the reputation of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection or the Australian Government. This is an apolitical site and as such, posts that are political in content and/or nature will be removed.

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