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Call To Regulate Education Agents starstarstarstarstar   15th July 2009 - Views: 1013 International students are the most visible victims of the Australian international education and migration nexus.

Tasmania's Newest Citizens Celebrate Constitution Day starstarstarstarstar   8th July 2009 - Views: 951 Tasmania's Newest Citizens Celebrate Constitution Day In Hobart , 13 people from countries including South Korea, India, China, Sudan, South Africa and Ethiopia will become Australian citizens at a special ceremony.

Migration Changes From 1 July starstarstarstarstar   30th June 2009 - Views: 979 Changes to immigration processing and fees come into effect from 1 July 2009, demonstrating the Australian Government's ongoing commitment to legislative reform and improved service delivery.

Migration Profession's Opportunity For Change: Report starstarstarstarstar   29th June 2009 - Views: 1111 Even though they assist thousands of potential Australians to live and work here, migration agents have been slammed as poorly trained and shonky. But Registered Migration Agents are standing up for the profession, determined to raise standards and strengthen ethics.

International Students starstarstarstarstar   10th June 2009 - Views: 1063 The Migration Institute of Australia supports calls for a Senate Inquiry into international education in Australia. The sector deserves closer scrutiny by government, including an attempt to crack down on education agents here and overseas who, unlike migration agents, can act without regulation.

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