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On 30 May, RCOA launched a public appeal for financial support after Immigration Minister Scott Morrison removed our organisation’s core funding two weeks after allocating funds in the Federal Budget. We are very grateful for the generous public response which has enabled us to cover the $140,000 in lost core funding for 2014-15 and has given us another $140,000 for current and future programs. Donations came from all corners of the country, with many donors expressing their outrage at the Minister’s decision and their fears for other organisations involved in policy development and research. We will keep faith with our donors by being even more active in community education, policy development and representation in 2014-15. We will continue to seek public financial support because we now have to rely on donations and membership fees for most of our income – and we are determined to remain focused on being a credible and strong community voice for sound refugee policy. Thank you to the many people who donated, those who promoted our cause to friends and through social media and the organisations which made public statements or wrote letters about the removal of our funding including Australian Council of Social Service, Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia and Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network. To help us continue our work, please go to https://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/donations/donation_form.php or view our new membership brochure at http://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/a/agm/2014_Brochure.pdf
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Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection and Immigration Canada collaborated in launching a  new cost effective health processing system. This new system records online health examination results for visa applicants. It is considered to be secure, confidential and time efficient.

The ‘My Health Declaration’ will allow applicants to arrange for immigration health examinations electronically prior to lodging their visa application. It assists in decreasing processing times by providing a quicker response. This service is now available in more than 100 countries.
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Immigration has announced an overhaul of temporary and permanent skilled migration program in 2015 to 2016 following industry consultation.  Watch this space for further information.
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Amanda Kirkpatrick explains her role as the owner of Rubicon Migration Australia and the benefits she offers her clients. 

See www.rubiconmigration.com for contact details to find out more about the services available at Rubicon.
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Follow us on twitter!@RubiconMA
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Here's what one of our recent clients had to say

"I can recommend Amanda and Rubicon to anyone who needs advice with immigration.  Thank you so much for your help, service and care."

Sales and Marketing Manager from Germany
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Our aim is to provide a professional service to assist you through the Australian migration process. Whether you are planning a temporary stay in Australia or wish to live in Australia permanently, or you are sponsoring someone to come to Australia, we can help to smooth the process for you.

“10 years’ experience, personal service, excellent value”
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