IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please be advised that there will be a temporary suspension of visa on arrivals for all travellers visiting Papua New Guinea from 30 October 2018 to 30 November 2018. This temporary suspensions DOES NOT affect travellers who already possess a valid visa to enter Papua New Guinea. Please contact your travel agent or airline as soon as possible to ensure your travel plans are appropriately managed. Should you have any questions, please contact your nearest Papua New Guinea Consulate. Thank you, Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authorityw Guinea Consulate. Thank you, Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority
Looking for a high quality Australian primary or high school education for your children? Coral Coast Migration Service will be visiting the Morobe show in Lae on 27 October 2018, representing Education Queensland International. Please come and see us at the Australian pavilion at the show or contact us to arrange a private meeting. We can organise both the enrolments and visa process for you.
Spend a week in stunning Cairns for only $299* and SAVE! Come and join us in beautiful Tropical North Queensland over the Australian Summer and we will reward you with this incredible offer of accommodation and some of the best experiences the region has to offer for just $299*. Includes: • 7 nights accommodation – single room with ensuite • High speed wireless internet [WIFI] • Bedding and bath towels included • Return boat transfers to Fitzroy Island for the day [activities and meals extra] • Entry into Gilligan’s Nightclub prior to 11pm • Pushbike hire • Early check-in …read more
Looking for a high quality Australian primary or high school education for your children? Coral Coast Migration Service will be visiting the Morobe show in Lae on 27 October 2018, as official representative of Education Queensland International. Please come and see us at the Australian pavilion at the show or contact us to arrange a private meeting. https://www.coralcoastmigrationservice.com.au/education/education-qld-internationalStudy in Australia
Fears about ‘frightening’ potential for private provider to create ‘fast and slow lanes’ A Department of Home Affairs plan to outsource visa processing will lead to increased automation and “premium” services that could undermine the integrity of the system, a former senior immigration official has warned. Abul Rizvi, a former departmental deputy secretary, told Guardian Australia the potential for a private provider to create a fast and slow lane for processing had “frightening” long-term implications and the proposed use of applicants’ data for marketing purposes was “appalling”. Rizvi joins the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) and the Federation of …read more
The ACT Government is contacting its previously nominated 190 visa holders to ensure they have complied with their commitment of living and working in the ACT for two years following visa grant. The ACT Government may refer non-compliant visa holders to Home Affairs as part of its annual reporting. ACT nominated 190 visa holders who have not complied with their commitment may receive notices of intention to consider cancellation from Home Affairs. (Source: John Hourigan- Migration Institute of Australia)
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