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The Immigration Kit - get your copy today

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The Immigration Kit has been a valuable resource for migration lawyers and agents for over 28 years.  Migration Alliance recommends that all members obtain a copy. 

You might be relying on one of the older print editions, but it was superseded in late 2012 by the Immigration Kit Online.

Not only has the Immigration Kit Online covered all the changes since the last edition published in 2012, it has been updated every couple of months since and IARC are working with authors on further updates.

With the advantage of being online more than eight updates have been done in the last 18 months covering changes in areas such as Family visas, Visitor visas, Students, Temporary Workers, and Skilled Migration.

Get the Immigration Kit Online today and take advantage of tax time!

 

As the most complete source of commentary on Australian immigration law the Immigration Kit Online is a vital working tool for every migration lawyer and agent.

 

·       Browse the side menu of chapters and click through to read

 

·       Search for specific content

 

·       Bookmark sections you rely on regularly

 

Get your practice the advantage of the Immigration Kit Online today.

 

Respected and experienced migration lawyers including Peter Bollard, Kerry Murphy and Aristotle Paipetis contribute their expertise to the Immigration Kit, to help you navigate the complexities of Australian immigration law.

 

To get your subscription now click here

 

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  • Colin Soo
    Colin Soo Thursday, 26 June 2014

    Is there any way to trial it first to see if it's worth subscribing to? Also, are there any other RMA's that subscribe to it and can give their feedback?

    Thanks

  • Liana - Allan
    Liana - Allan Thursday, 26 June 2014

    Colin - we do and I can recommend it. Please wait for more than just me to endorse this product.

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    Paul Laufenberg Friday, 27 June 2014

    I like it very much. I use it a lot. It is great, because you can read about the topics in plain English, not the legal kauderwelsch bla bla...It gives you a sound base and understanding.
    My only critique: it is sometimes not on the latest level, the updates seem to be irregular and inconsistent. So you always have to check back with the current regulations.

  • Guest
    Julie Guest Friday, 27 June 2014

    I've just subscribed to it. I think it will be a very useful and valuable resource, for a 'quick flick' at each visa class / sub class, to gain an overview.

  • Guest
    Prakash Srinivasan Saturday, 28 June 2014

    I have been using it in my business and I can recommend this to all other agents too. I have found it useful, and informative.

  • Guest
    C. K. Sunday, 29 June 2014

    I have been purchasing new editions of hard copies of the Immigration Kit for the past many years using it as an information resource for my migration work. When the Immigration kit went online, I was thrilled and subscribed to it with the firm expectation that the authors would be able to frequently update it with ease as compared to hard copies, being soft copies.

    A few months ago I tried to obtain some information from the Immigration kit on the Significant Investor Visa. I was disappointed to realise that information for this visa did not appear to have been updated in spite that this visa had been introduced more than a year ago and would have given the Immigration Kit authors ample time to update the information.

    Below was copied from the Immigration Kit on the visa in question.

    [12.180] The proposed significant investor stream

    The Minister has announced that a significant Investor stream will be introduced in respect of the subclass 188 and 888 visas.
    Applicants in this stream will: submit an Expression of Interest (EoI) through SkillSelect;
    be nominated by a State or Territory government; make an investment of at least $5 million into State or Territory government bonds, Australian Securities and Investment Commission regulated managed funds with a mandate for investing in Australia, and/or direct investment into Australian companies; and meet a lower residence requirement while on the subclass 188 visa when they apply for their subclass 888 permanent visa.
    The investment will have to be held in the name of the applicant, or their spouse or de facto partner. The investment will not be able to be held in superannuation.

    The Department has indicated that this stream is intended to be introduced in late 2012.

    I still find the immigration kit an invaluable information resource but if only the authors were to update it more frequently it would undoubtedly serve it's subscribers better.

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