Australian Immigration Update
Join us on Wednesday, 23rd September for an update on current Australian immigration issues.
Australia's border closures have had an unprecedented impact on cross-border mobility. However, in recent weeks, the Australian Government has begun gradually easing border restrictions - especially for overseas workers with critical skills needed to maintain Australia's supply of essential goods and services.
In this webinar, Jacqui Ure and Reuben Saul of Estrin Saul Migration Specialists will explore ways for business owners and Human Resource professionals in the oil, gas and energy sectors to effectively manage their cross-border workforces. They will provide insight into the latest travel exemption trends; changes to Australia employer-sponsored migration programs; and the international passenger caps.
Jacqui Ure is a Registered Migration Agent and Fellow of the Migration Institute of Australia. She has 24 years’ experience in providing migration advice to the Oil and Gas Industry internationally. Her company Open Door Migration has recently formed a partnership with Estrin Saul Lawyers – one of the top Migration Legal firms in Australia. Jacqui brings an in-depth understanding of the Oil and Gas Industry through an international career based in Aberdeen, London, Muscat, Seria and Perth, Australia. She has vast experience in all visa categories and provides practical, economical advice to clients. Jacqui has sat on many migration related boards and committees and is currently on the Regional Migration Committee of the Migration Institute of Australia and on Universality of Western Australia’s Migration and Mobilities Committee.
Reuben Saul is a lawyer and Registered Migration Agent at Estrin Saul Migration Specialists in Perth, Australia. Reuben has significant experience across a wide range of Australian immigration and citizenship matters and specialises in obtaining Australian visas for businesses with international workforces. Reuben has an exceptional understanding of government processes and following the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in early 2020, regularly advises businesses on how to obtain exemptions from Australia's international and state-based border closures.
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