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Revision of IT Occupations recognised as in short supply by the British Govt.

13:40 02/02/2002
The British Government has revised the Information Technology occupationsthat it regards as being in short supply in the UK. The following occupations are not required to be advertised in either...

Secure Borders, Safe Havens

16:49 01/02/2002
MAJOR CHANGES TO UK IMMIGRATION LAWS ANNOUNCED IN "WHITE PAPER". The home secretary David Blunkett's white paper, "Secure Borders, SafeHaven", was released on Thursday 7th February. It is a wide...

Australian Court rejects International Law

10:34 01/02/2002
The Australian High Court has upheld the Australian Government’s decision in September to prevent 433 asylum seekers rescued by a Norwegian cargo ship, from entering Australia. This verdict involves...

British Government to crackdown on illegal workers

15:44 02/01/2002
The British Government is set to anounce sweeping changes to employment andimmigration laws in a move designed to flush out up to 500,000 illegal foreignworkers. Immigration "hit squads" will...

Changes to Australian immigration legislation

15:39 01/01/2002
Recently, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs in Australia (DIMA) have made some significant changes to the procedures for migration and temporary work permits for ICT (...

Changes to UK Working Holidaymaker Scheme

11:12 01/01/2002
The working holidays that thousands of young Commonwealth citizens enjoy in Britain every year are likely to be restricted. British officials are expected to cut the traditional two-year stretch to...

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