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Australian Immigration: What You Need to Know Now

April 26, 2018

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Australia recently replaced its  457 visa with a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa that prioritizes the hiring of Australian citizens over foreign national employees. However, despite a trend toward tougher international policies, our 2018 Immigration Trends Report found that 59% of employers still expect their company's demand for global outbound immigration to increase this year.

Join us and our partner Santa Fe Relocation as we provide you with information surrounding the current state of Australian immigration and what your company should know if it does or is considering sending employees down under.

Attend our webinar to learn about:

  • A brief overview of inbound Australian immigration
  • Recent changes in Australian immigration law
  • Considerations for employers looking to expand to Australia
  • …and more

Click here for the Australian Department of Home Affairs' combined current list of eligible skilled occupations.

Please note: this webinar is well-suited for all HR practitioners who have a basic understanding of the immigration process but would like to learn more information. To access more advanced webinars, please visit our resource center or stay tuned for more updates.


Simon Delmo ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Simon Delmo

Simon Delmo joined Santa Fe in January 2015 as a Senior Consultant and was appointed to the position of Immigration Manager in July 2017. Simon began his immigration career at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection between 2005 and 2009. While at the Department, he held various positions and gained experience in a wide range of visa types. Simon has extensive experience across most Australian visa types (excluding humanitarian visas) and is adept at client strategy formation. His specialty areas are skilled migration and employer sponsored visas.


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Ian Helms

Ian Helms brings more than five years of combined experience in marketing, public relations and strategic communication to Envoy. As Content Strategist, he plays a key role in conceptualizing and developing all of Envoy’s resources – from educational webinars, like this, to visa guides, checklists, blog posts, emails, social media updates and more. He does this to keep individuals, like you, informed on the latest immigration trends, news and policy updates and help them better understand and navigate the immigration process. 

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The Australian Immigration: What You Need to Know Now webinar grants attendees one general HR Certification Institute credit toward the PHR, SPHR, GPHR, HRMP, or HRBP certification programs. The continuing education certifications allow HRs to demonstrate a mastery of industry operations, best practices and regulations.


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