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EasyGo Case Study

EasyGo - Empowering Growth Through Strategic Partnership

EasyGo Case Study Empowering Growth Through Strategic Partnership Summary This case study outlines the strategic partnership that has been forged between Roam Migration Law and EasyGo, highlighting our pivotal role in supporting EasyGo’s growth from its initial stages to one of the most successful gaming and IT startups in Australia and globally. Introduction Roam Migration Law, […]

Australia’s New Pacific Engagement Visa (PEV)

Australia's New Pacific Engagement Visa (PEV)

In response to the calls from Pacific leaders for strengthened regional ties, the Australian Government is taking action to enhance accessibility, mobility, and migration opportunities between Pacific nations and Australia. The introduction of the Pacific Engagement visa (PEV) supports this commitment to fostering a robust Pacific Family. Designed to cater to nationals of participating Pacific […]

The Subclass 476 Skilled-Recognised Graduate visa program has been capped.

Subclass 476 - Skilled Recognised Graduate visa

The Skilled-Recognised Graduate visa has been capped from 22 December 2023. No new applications can be lodged. ​If you have an application pending you will be able to apply for a repayment of your Visa Application Charge (VAC). As we work through on hand applications you will be sent instructions on how to claim a […]

WEBINAR – Expanding Access to Temporary Residence Transition Stream Amendments

WEBINAR | Expanding Access to Temporary Residence Transition Stream Amendments

WEBINAR | Expanding Access to Temporary Residence Transition Stream Amendments We are delighted to invite you to our free webinar, where Roam Migration Law Managing Partner and renowned Australian immigration lawyer, Jackson Taylor, will discuss the recent changes by the Australian Government to streamline pathways to Permanent Residency (PR) for Subclass 482 Temporary Skilled Shortage […]

Concept Care Case Study

Concept Care

“Roam assisted Concept Care to obtain a company Labour Agreement to hire personal care assistants to support their NDIS disability services in New South Wales. Typically, personal care assistants are not eligible for an employer sponsored visa but with Roam’s professional assistance, the business was able to secure access to a large number of international […]

Australian Government Broadens Path to Permanent Residency for Skilled Temporary Workers

Australian Government Broadens Path to Permanent Residency for Skilled Temporary Workers

The Australian Government is set to introduce pivotal changes to Employer nominated visas including the subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) and Subclass 186  – Employer Nomination Stream, Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream of visas. The move aims to streamline and clarify the route to permanent residency for TSS visa holders, offering increased assurance to […]

Simplifying the Process for Employing Overseas Trained Doctors in Australia

International Medical Graduates (IMGs)

From September 16, 2023, employers will no longer need to apply for a Health Workforce Certificate (HWC) when nominating International Medical Graduates (IMGs) for positions in primary care. ​​​​The Visas for GPs program is closing on this date, removing the requirement for employers of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) to apply for a Health Workforce Certificate […]

11 Changes to Australian Migration [ From 1 July 2023 ]

11 Upcoming Changes to the Australian Immigration system

We have summarised 11 key points that will make a difference for employer sponsors and skilled workers alike. TSMIT will be increased Upgraded pathways to PR for TSS visa holders Removing the requirement for labour market testing Reduction in the number of visa classes SAF levy to be pro-rated Australia and UK Free Trade Agreement […]

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