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Migrating To Australia Podcast

David Bongiorno, Leading Migration lawyer & Grant Williams, Content Produce

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A regular news and information show featuring by leading Australian immigration lawyer David Bongiorno discussing the latest news and updates about migration to Australia with co-host Grant and answering listener questions about specific visa and immigration issues. This podcast is all about Australian Immigration Law, Policy, and Practice. Visit us at our website www.migratingtoaustraliapodcast.com for access to the show notes and other helpful information related to each Podcast. You can a ...
 
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David runs through the latest news from the Aust Government - leaving Australia, update on Visitor visas, Qld delays the state-nominated skilled migration program, NSW Business and Skilled Migration (subclass 491) is open for all of October and David gives his tips for if you have to leave Australia at the moment. If you want a personal consultatio…
 
New South Wales has opened it's state-sponsored program, for General Skilled Migration, for those already living in New South Wales, and can satisfy a range of criteria, that David Bongiorno and Grant Williams, explore in detail in this episode. This program is based on the skilled occupations list for New South Wales. This is the website you need …
 
There is not a lot that needs to be said about this episode - it is aimed at a very particular cohort (haven't we heard a lot about that word in the countless medical updates and press conferences, during the pandemic?!) - medical students, studying onshore (here in Australia) and who complete the final year of their course in 2021. David Bongiorno…
 
David and Grant are joined for this episdoe by Sara Bogdanovic, who has arrived in Australia from Serbia, via the circuitous route via Zimbabwe and then to New Zealand. What was it like to be white non-English speakers in the post-colonial Zimbabwe? What are the similarities and differences between Australia and New Zealand, through the eyes of Bal…
 
David and Grant are joined by Michael Glasser, who came to Australia as a child from South Africa, and has carved out a career in the highly competitive Social Media space, and along the way, has become somewhat of an expert on Burgers. These are the places you can find Michael, if you need some advice or inspiration to make an impact using social …
 
Victoria has opened up the programs for the sub-class 190 and sub-class 491 visas, for State-sponsored General Skilled Migration. David Bongiorno steps through how to determine if you are eligible to apply, and the requirements of these programs offered by the State of Victoria. If you need some immigration advice, contact David on Instagram or Twi…
 
Sometimes we are unaware of the communities that exist within the larger community! Meet Dzung, an accountant and restaurant owner, who is also an entertainer, with a very high profile as a singer. Dzung supports international stars in some of Melbourne's largest venues, and has toured in her own right. Discover another part of the nightlife in mul…
 
In this episode we meet Vy, a social worker who helps those in difficult circumstances in Melbourne. Vy tells David and Grant some of the most challenging aspects of her job, and we trace her journey from Vietnam to Australia. If you need some immigration advice, contact David on Instagram or Twitter @davidbongiorno If you are interested in having …
 
SO, you have embarked on your migration adventure, you are in Australia, you have found that special someone, and it's that time when you consider getting married! Congratulations if that is you! How can you do it? Do you have to do it in a church or other religious institution? Can you avoid any faith-based ceremonies all together? How long does i…
 
Are you (or do you know someone who is) completing your studies in mid year or end of year 2021, an International student, studying IN AUSTRALIA, and will be applying for a 485 Temporary Graduate visa to pursue work after graduating? Then this episode is for you . Important refresher on how and when to get your application in. If you need some immi…
 
The New South Wales State government announced that it was about to begin accepting a limited amount of international students. How will it work? Who is coming? What courses are included? David Bongiorno and Grant Williams check out what has been announced. If you need some immigration advice, contact David on Instagram or Twitter @davidbongiorno I…
 
In this episode we speak with Corinna Galliano, PhD, an expert in international business and management, who came from Italy to further her academic career. She is currently teaching and developing courses at the University of Sydney. Recently, Corinna hasbeen designing and teaching a innovative unit called Leading in a post-crisis world, which is …
 
In this episode, David Bongiorno and Grant are joined by Cynthia Peretz, who has an interesting migration story of her own to tell, and over 20 years in Australia, she has a detailed knowledge of the property market in Australia, particularly Melbourne. As a Buyer's Advocate, Cynthia helps people negotiatle all the traps and tricky things that can …
 
Chris Andrews was a kid from Grimsby in the UK who loved golf, and he wanted to make it his career. Like so many young people in the UK, Chris wanted to see the sights of Australia, pat a kangaroo, check out the surf at Bondi and cuddle a koala. So Chris got himself a working holiday visa, worked hard on a farm and secured a second visa to spend mo…
 
Our Guest today is Belle Lim, the current President of the Council of International Students Australia. Belle is undertaking a Doctorate studying cancer genomics, working part time (as just about all of our International students do!) AND undertaking advocacy work and policy advice on behalf of the 700,000 students from all over the world who choos…
 
At the height of the Covid lockdown, as a Melbourne winter was taking hold, a sympathetic restaurant owner took it upon himself to feed the hoards of International students who found themselves trapped in the city. David Bongiorno and I meet Alan Chong, and hear the story. Alan runs Tian 38 and used his kitchen to dispense up to 700 meals a day for…
 
Year after year, no matter where you are in Australia, it is proved over and over why insurance is something you need to consider. It can be a natural disaster, or just an accident or mishap that can befall on anyone, but insurance helps people carry on with life after misfortune, but it's a complex area, especially for business. SO, we talked to a…
 
In this episode we meet Dr. Ram, and emergency medicine specialist, who has a very interesting career path and has skills that are in demand all over the world. Ram's background gives some clues to the origin of his obsession with the game of cricket, and Ram gives his opinion on the best places to watch this game around the world. We discuss how h…
 
The Australian Government has foreshadowed changes to the way Parter/Spouse/Fiance/Prospective Marriage visa will operate in the future - perhaps June/July 2021. David Bongiorno, leading immigration lawyer, takes us through the expected changes, and Grant puts forward some potential scenarios that may confront sponsors and applicants in the new "pr…
 
It's been a while between episodes! Not for want of trying - we have had to recast a few episodes - but we are delighted to tackle a few of the things that David has been asked lately in this instalment. First, after a request from a listener, Grant gives an update on the current state of his health. The second part of the episode deals with what A…
 
With a fanfare for our 50th official episode, David shares as much detail as has been released about the Skilled Migration programs the NSW and Victoria have opened up. We recap the year, look ahead a little and celebrate just a touch. Best Wishes and thanks for being with us in 2020, a year nobody will miss! David will still be on Twitter - @david…
 
Following on from our last episode about starting a business, this time we consider relocating or expanding your existing business to Australia, with the services available through Invest Victoria. Invest Victoria is an arm of the Victorian government that assists businesses that wish to commence operations in Victoria by providing advisory service…
 
A rollicking good time in this episode, featuring lawyer, commercial airline pilot, NSW Supreme Court researcher and business entrepreneur, William Attoh. His migration journey began in Ghana, took in Romania, then arrived in Australia at 6 years of age. Please enjoy and hour of insight, joy and wisdom. Serious migration updates at about 1 hr 10 mi…
 
There have been some significant changes announced by the Australian Government regarding these visas; Partner (subclass 309) Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) Child (subclass 101) Adoption (subclass 102) Dependant Child (subclass 445) These relate to where you need to be to apply for subsequent visas, or length of stay - arising due to the trave…
 
We speak with Louis Foo, from Singapore, who is contributing to Australia as a Social Worker and in the creative arts with his punk rock band, KNT. You can check out Louis and his band here; On ABC TV "Rage" https://www.abc.net.au/rage/featured-videos/wild-one:-knt---fix-my-head/12249702 On Bandcamp https://kntband666.bandcamp.com/ On Spotify https…
 
Saúl Zavarce has been presenting his celebrated Saturday morning program, Fiesta Jazz, since 2000, making him a veteran of the airwaves and a familiar face around Melbourne community FM station, 3PBS-FM. Fiesta Jazz explores Saúl's Venezuelan heritage, delving into Latin jazz and beyond into Afro-Caribbean, Spanish and Brazilian jazz, jazz fusions …
 
David and Grant discuss the main issues in the Federal Budget for immigration - a shift of focus in skilled migration, a large increase in spouse visa quota - but with an English test. We do our best with no legislation to examine. Follow David on Twitter @davidbongiorno Follow David on Instagram @davidbongiorno Follow Grant on Twitter @WorkTheClou…
 
If you have come to Australia from a country with a very different legal system, or one where women are largely excluded from independent access to the legal system, we have an episode for you. Family lawyer, Nadine Udorovic, from Nicholes Family Lawyers, joins us to talk about how you can make the first steps if you are considering divorce in Aust…
 
Ali Shahsavand is widely regarded as one of the best tutors for the IELTS test, and has helped thousands of people achieve great results on the English language test, improving their immigration outcomes. In this episode, Ali shares how to prepare, and some of the strategies to adopt to do well on the IELTS test, which many people find to be very c…
 
Paul Cott is a lawyer who regular advises both workers and employers on all sorts of issues under Australia's workplace laws. David and Grant put a number of examples to him, in a effort to assist Temporary Residents and new entrants to the workplace to understand what is, and isn't, acceptable when you start a job. Paul is the Principal of Law On …
 
In this episode we talk to Nguyen, CA, who tells us how he came to study at high school in Melbourne, from Vietnam, and has ended up as a Senior Analyst in the Private Advisory team of Deloitte Private. Certainly living dream! You can check out Triet on LinkedIn Contact David on Twitter @davidbongiorno Contact Grant on Twitter to talk about podcast…
 
If you are in Australia and you die (or snuff it, as we say here!), what happens? Well, in this episode, we speak with an expert in the field. Adrian is in the Doyle’s Guide ‘Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyers – NSW’ list for 2018, 2019 and 2020, and is on the Law Society of NSW Accredited Specialist Wills & Estates Assessment Committee, wh…
 
With French, Beninese and Togolese (West Africa) heritage, Gracieuse Amah (Grace) is an Arts Manager, French Intellectual Property Lawyer, Community dancer and Choreographer. Passionate dancer of African dances since the early age of 8, she completed two years of contemporary dance as a major in high school and then spent daily hours to refine her …
 
This week we speak with aspiring AFL footballer, Nick Bracks, who never became a professional footballer, but did become a star on the popular TV soap, Neighbours! Nick went through a public struggle with his own mental health, and has emerged from that period to become a very positive advocate for maintaining your mental health, and a determined c…
 
We speak with Nicola Romano, and with a name like that, of course he has come to Australia from Italy! He tells us how he has developed a top class restaurant, Ostēr, in Melbourne, and how he is thriving during the lockdown in Melbourne. After listening to our lively discussion, checkout everything about Oster, and maybe even make a booking? And Th…
 
Charles Nikakis, a criminal law advocate with over 40 years experience in Victoria, tells David and Grant how to deal with Police in Victoria under curfew and lockdown in this extraordinary time. It is intended to assist Temporary Residents and visitors to know the basics in pandemic times. It is intended to give Temporary Residents and visitors an…
 
Something totally different today for you! A walk through of the case for skills-based Permanent Migration with a couple from the United Kingdom. Amanda Younes reached out to us, via the Migrating To Australia Podcast website, and that contact resulted in a discussion with David, walking through the situation of herself and partner, Liam, and the w…
 
David and Grant discuss the things a recent graduate needs to know moving from a student visa and progressing through the stages of working in Australia and seeking Permanent Residency in Australia. Graduates often forget to do things on time, or in the correct sequence. If eligible, they do a 485 Visa. Then they look to obtain the requisite points…
 
There are some serious issues that affect citizens of the USA who are permanent residents of Australia or dual citizens. The USA is one of the very few countries in the world that maintains and enforces a citizenship-based taxation regime. That has serious implications for US citizens living in Australia, because there are reporting obligations, po…
 
It's a really difficult time for international students who are in Australia during the Covid-19 period in Australia, with disruption to regular course delivery, loss of employment and the lockdown. Gil Polglase from The Lonsdale Institute returns to outline what his college is doing to assist students to maintain their studies and cope with the di…
 
It is a difficult and confusing time for international students studying in Australia now. At this time all courses are running online, and students who were supporting themselves with some employment may have found that their hours have been reduced, or the job is gone altogether. David tells us what some of Australia's major universities are offe…
 
This episode is the recording of a live stream we did to look at the issue for the various temporary residents in Australia under a range of visa subclasses. The most important thing to remember is that while you hold a Visa you must apply for another Visa BEFORE your current visa expires. You cannot let yourself become unlawful. So if you’re on a …
 
In this Episode David explains, in detail, how to pursue the Standard Business Sponsorship visa, either as an Employer or as a sponsored employee. If you have questions, submit them to Grant via Twitter or via a comment on the Migrating To Australia podcast webpage. Please join us and participate! Grant's Twitter - @workthecloudoz Migrating To Aust…
 
If you are considering studying Childcare in Australia on a subclass 500 visa, as a way to work in Australia and pursue Permanent Residence, don't! David explains why the pathway is effectively closed, if you are looking at the 189, 190, 482, or 485 visas. It's just out of reach for reasons of points required, or work experience requirements. A dip…
 
In this episode David takes us through his Checklist that he uses for his clients applying for the Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300), for the OFFSHORE Applicant to deal with the interview that occurs with the Immigration Department. Over 14 years, David has collated information about the question s asked and the issues raised in these interv…
 
David and Grant are joined by Career Coach, Marina Pitisano. Marina shares her family migration story and then lays out what is required to find a job in the Australian job market, or develop a career in a changing employment environment. Check out Marina's resources and her podcast at Letz Create, her career coaching information centre.…
 
We continue our look at the 491 Skilled work visa program based on nomination by one of the states of Australia, this time, Victoria. In this episode David looks closely at the requirements and conditions to be successful in getting the State nomination for skilled migration from the State of Victoria. All of the ins and outs are covered, but pay a…
 
In mid-December, the latest round of invitations for the Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) and Skilled Work (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) from the Australian Department of Immigration and Home Affairs were released. These are working visas, and pathways to permanent residency, and invitations to apply are assessed using the points system …
 
If you are considering a move to Australia, the individual States of Australia each have special visas to help them find the skilled and qualified workers needed for their employment markets. This episode focuses on the State of Tasmania. David walks through the new state-based skilled work visa for Tasmania, the Subclass 491 -Skilled Work Regional…
 
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