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New Immigration Booklet For Workers Launched In Sydney starstarstarstarstar   8th October 2010 - Views: 284 New Immigration Booklet For Workers Launched In Sydney The booklet, produced by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), is unique in that it is the first time the department has produced a publication specifically for workers.

Be Wary Of Migration Scams starstarstarstarstar   6th October 2010 - Views: 680 Be Wary Of Migration Scams “It is vital that people are aware of fraudsters’ tricks before handing over money for immigration assistance which is never provided,” Mr Bowen said.

Thousands Of Skilled Brits Get Ready To Move Down Under starstarstarstarstar   6th October 2010 - Views: 262 Thousands Of Skilled Brits Get Ready To Move Down Under Every year, thousands of skilled Brits choose to leave the UK in search of a better lifestyle. This year will be no different, as predicted by the number of pre-sale tickets to the Opportunities expos to be held in London and Manchester this October.

Precarious, Low Paid, Insecure Work Impacts On Health Of Migrant & Refugee Women starstarstarstarstar   6th October 2010 - Views: 247 Precarious, Low Paid, Insecure Work Impacts On Health Of Migrant & Refugee Women Director of MCWH Dr Adele Murdolo, said that immigrant and refugee women workers were more vulnerable in the low-skilled and semi-skilled work, and contract positions that limit their decision- making power and all too often impact negatively on their health.

The Population Debate We Never Had starstarstarstarstar   6th October 2010 - Views: 256 Following months of partisan gamesmanship over an apolitical Intergenerational Report and cynical election campaigning against a "big Australia" and over rival refugee processing centres, Australia is no closer to consensus on the very legitimate question of future migration levels.

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