Designated Area Migration Agreements in New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia

Designated Area Migration Agreements in New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia

This blog focusses on three Designated Area Migration Agreements in effect in New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia: - Orana Designated Area Migration Agreement - South Australian Regional Designated Migration Agreement - Pilbara Designated Migration Agreement

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Designated Area Migration Agreements – Victoria and Northern Territory

Designated Area Migration Agreements – Victoria and Northern Territory

Of the 12 DAMAs currently in place in Australia, Victoria has two in effect and the Northern Territory has one. These are: - Goulburn Valley Designated Area Migration Agreement (GV DAMA) - Great South Coast Designated Area Migration Agreement (GSC DAMA) - Northern Territory Designated Area Migration Agreement (NT DAMA)

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Designated Area Migration Agreements

Designated Area Migration Agreements

A Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian Government and a regional, state or territory authority. It provides access to more overseas workers than the standard skilled migration program and provides flexibility for regions to address their unique economic and labour market conditions. This blog covers: - South Australian Designated Area Migration Agreement (SA DAMA) - East Kimberley Designated Area Migration Agreement (EK DAMA) - Far North Queensland Designated Area Migration Agreement (FNQ DAMA)

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New Labor Ministers for Home Affairs and Immigration Announced – Where is Migration Headed Under Labor?

New Labor Ministers for Home Affairs and Immigration Announced – Where is Migration Headed Under Labor?

With the latest federal election done and dusted, newly elected Prime Minister Anthony Albanese last week announced his new Labor Government ministry including the new Immigration Minister and Home Affairs Minister.

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Global Mobility Forum Melbourne 2022

Global Mobility Forum Melbourne 2022

The Global Mobility Forum brings together Australia and New Zealand’s professionals and experts in the Global Mobility Industry. Featuring workshops, panels, and seminars, it provides an opportunity for delegates to network and share and exchange information all under one roof.

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Hospitality Skills Shortage

Hospitality Skills Shortage

Like many other industries in Australia, the hospitality industry is suffering from a nationwide skills shortage. The closure of international borders in 2020 saw many international students and working holiday visa holders leave Australia – a cohort that makes up a significant portion of the hospitality workforce.

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