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Updates on Subclass 500 Visa Regulations

Updates on Subclass 500 Visa Regulations

We are thrilled to share some exciting news regarding the Subclass 500 Visa Regulations in Australia. The Australian government has recently introduced some significant updates aimed at enhancing the experience for international students. Streamlined Process for International Students One of the most notable changes is the streamlining of the application process for international students. Previously, […]

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Sexual Assault Trial Ends in Not Guilty Verdict

Sexual Assault Trial Ends in Not Guilty Verdict.

In October 2023, we appeared in Campbelltown District Court on behalf of a 32-year-old man charged with two counts of sexual intercourse without consent. Our client’s matter had been running for almost two years and had been set down for 2-week jury trial. It was alleged that our client had sexual intercourse without the consent

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drive whilst suspended charge ends in no disqualification

Drive Whilst Suspended Charge Ends in no Disqualification

Drive Whilst Suspended Charge Ends in no Disqualification Recently we appeared before Burwood Local Court in a Local Court Sentence acting on behalf of a client who had been charged with driving whilst suspended. Our client, a 48-year-old man, did not have an unblemished traffic history, one of which some 10 traffic infringements since obtaining

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Changes to TSS & TRT Stream of the ENS Visas | Jameson Law

Changes to the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) (subclass 482) and Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream of the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) (subclass 186) visas From 25 November 2023* (subject to the approval of regulation changes), the Australian Government will be making changes to the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) (subclass 482) and Temporary Residence Transition (TRT)

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NSW drug law overhaul

A New Hope for Recreational Drug Users?

A New Hope for Recreational Drug Users? People caught with minor amounts of illicit substances might soon breathe a sigh of relief. A new legislative proposal in the NSW Parliament offers an alternative to criminal penalties for personal drug possession. The twist? Offenders could “work off” their fines by seeking help. ‘Two-Strike’ Policy – The

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Amendments to Resolution of Status Visa 2023 | Jameson Law

Amendments to Resolution of Status eligibility Migration Amendment (Resolution of Status Visa) Regulations 2023 – F2023L01393 This amendment provides further necessary amendments to the Migration Amendment (Transitioning TPV/SHEV Holders to Resolution of Status Visas) and the Migration Regulations to ensure all eligible persons are included in these provisions and inserts a new identity measure. These

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How One Speed Camera Raked in $1.3M in Just 30 Days

Set against the urban sprawl of Sydney’s Inner West, there stands a sentinel. It’s not an imposing statue or an architectural marvel, but a lone speed camera. Its location? The Westconnex M4 East tunnel at Croydon. In the span of a mere month, this unassuming device caught the fleeting blur of over 2400 speeding drivers,

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Influencers vs. Restaurant: Lobster, Drama, and a Side of Defamation

Welcome to the world of influencers, where a lobster dinner can lead to a legal hullabaloo that rivals the drama of a reality TV show. Sydney’s Silver Pearl Restaurant finds itself at the epicentre of a heated legal battle involving three food bloggers who have claimed defamation. Jennifer Do, Julie Nguyen, and Belinda Nguyen are

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