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Australia to double fee for '457' temporary work visa in July

It has been announced that the fee for each Australian temporary work '457' visa will rise from AUS$455 to AUS$900 from 1st July 2013. The announcement was made by the Australian Treasurer (as the Finance Minister is called in Australia), Wayne Swan as part of his 2013 budget. The change is expected to raise nearly $200m in revenue for the government over the next four years.
Mr Swan delivered his budget on Tuesday 14th May 2013. He said that Australia faced tough times and austerity because of a AUS$17bn hole in the country's finances. The Australian government announced in March that, over the same four year period, it would give $3.4m to the Australian Fair Work Ombudsman to ensure that Australian employers do not abuse the 457 visa system.
Duncan Fraser, president of the Australian National Farmers Federation has said that the increase is likely to make it harder for Australian agriculture to get the skilled labour it needs. He told the Australian broadcaster ABC that the change would make it difficult to 'get skills out to country areas where we can't source those skills locally'.
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Denmark offers a high quality of life
The Danish welfare system is characterized by economic growth and a high standard of living due to the relatively equal distribution of income. This means that citizens enjoy extensive financial security.
In general, highly educated foreigners also have a positive impression of Denmark. This is evident from a survey among 1350 highly educated people from eight different countries (England, Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Poland, India, Singapore and China).
The level of social security is high in Denmark, and much is covered via taxes. There are favorable rules concerning e.g. illness, childbirth, childcare and pension, which actually make the Danish happy to pay taxes, despite the relatively high level of tax.
Foreigners working in Denmark are usually covered by the Danish social security legislation as soon as they start working.
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