GLOMO Blog: Immigration Law, Australian Visa Tips & Advice
Apr 16

Expert Tips on Getting Australian Business and Skilled Visas [Sri Lankan TV’s Interview with Ariel Brott]

By admin | Australian Visas , Immigration Law

Our Principal Lawyer recently appeared on Sri Lankan TV, where he was interviewed about visitor visas, skilled visas, business (188 and 888) visas and employer-sponsored visas including the new subclass 482 TSS visa.

This is the third and last part of a 3-part interview series. You can check out the rest here:

Watch the full interview here.

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Mar 27

Australian TSS Visa or Temporary Skills Shortage Visa Explained [Sri Lankan TV’s Interview with Ariel Brott]

By admin | Australian Visas , Immigration Law

Our Principal Lawyer recently appeared on Sri Lankan TV, where he was interviewed about visitor visas, skilled visas, business (188 and 888) visas and employer-sponsored visas including the new subclass 482 TSS visa.

This is the second part of a 3-part interview series. You can check out the rest here:

Watch the full interview here.

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Mar 23

Expert Tips on Getting Australian Visitor Visas [Sri Lankan TV’s Interview with Ariel Brott]

By admin | Australian Visas , Immigration Law

Our Principal Lawyer recently appeared on Sri Lankan TV, where he was interviewed about visitor visas, skilled visas, business (188 and 888) visas and employer-sponsored visas including the new subclass 482 TSS visa.

This is the first part of a 3-part interview series. You can check out the rest here:

Watch the full interview here.

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Mar 09

Truth, Justice and the UnAustralian Way: A Session on the Role of Immigration Lawyers in a Politically Charged System

By admin | Immigration Law

Law Council of Australia Immigration Law Conference 2018

Truth, Justice and the UnAustralian Way:

A Session on the Role of Immigration Lawyers in a Politically Charged System

 

Chair: Ariel Brott, Partner, Global Mobility Immigration Lawyers

Speaker 1: Michael Koziol, Journalist, The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

Speaker 2: Emily Rutherford, Deputy Chairperson, Refugee Advocacy Services of South Australia

Speaker 3: Professor Alex Reilly, Director, Public Law and Policy Research Unit, University of Adelaide

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