Migration To Australia 2015,Student Visa,Skilled Visa And Business Immigration From Pakistan. NEW research by Deakin University suggests Australian employers are more inclined to hire job applicants who are Australian residents or citizens. New research suggests international student graduates have a better shot at being employed in Australia if they have permanent residency or citizenship. Researchers from Melbourne’s Deakin University discovered this trend in the course of their study into the employability of international student graduates in Australia. The  preliminary findings were presented by the research’s project manager and senior research fellow at Deakin University’s Faculty of Arts and Education, Dr. Dr Gribble said the main obstacle between an international graduate and employment in Australia is his or her visa. The research project, titled Investigating mismatches between Australian international graduate destinations and skills shortages, was funded by the Australian Research Council, and led by Deakin University.
Aside from permanent residency, other obstacles include acquiring a score of eight in all modules of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. Employers also look for graduates who communicate well and possess solid networks and work experience.
She said international students “need to be thinking in first year what they want to achieve and what they need to do to reach that goal” in order to improve their employability in Australia. But she said international students still needed to participate in a range of activities and engage more with the local community, as this could significantly boost their job propsects. Many international students live in or around the city because of the proximity to their colleges and universities, and that was where we decided to focus our efforts first. Mladen Kesar, Principal solicitorMladen has more than 10 years of experience in immigration law. Kevin specialises in immigration, asylum and nationality law and represents clients in applications to the Home Office, and in appeals before the First and Upper Tiers of the Immigration Tribunal and the Court of Appeal. Kevin's expertise ranges from protection and human rights cases to family and business immigration matters for clients both within and outside of the UK. Katie Bennett, CaseworkerKatie completed her LL.B (Honours) degree at the University of Sussex in 2005.
Having graduated in 1999, Rahath converted to law with a post-graduate diploma in law in 2001.
Rahath is registered at level 3 with the OISC as an advocate and accredited to senior caseworker and supervisor level with the Legal Services Commission. He is passionately committed to immigration law and has been practicing immigration, asylum, human rights and nationality law for over 7 years. Shkar obtained his LLB (Hons) degree in Law from City University London in 2010 and joined Kesar and Co not long after completing his Masters degree, at University College London, in 2012. In addition, he has achieved success through determined and innovative work on Criminal Appeals, including his conduct of Regina v Saddeghi and Regina v Johnson in which the Court of Appeal were persuaded by Shkar's work to overturn his clients' criminal convictions. Being of Kurdish origin Shkar takes some interest in immigration matters for private clients and has represented clients at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunals. After graduating in 2008, Beth converted to law with a Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies from the University of East Anglia. She has pursued her commitment to human rights through volunteering as a mentor for refugees and asylum seekers with the Red Cross and work for a grass-roots Palestinian human rights charity since 2009. Malcolm is a qualified solicitor and has worked at Kesar and Co Solicitors for a number of years and has a great experience of personal injury claims and prison law.
He also has considerable experience in conducting his own advocacy representing people before the Parole Board. Malcolm obtained his LLB (Hons) degree in Law and Politics from Swansea University after which he completed a MA degree in International Relations with a focus on Human Rights, and the impact of terrorism on U.S. After graduating, he worked for a Public Affairs company in Cardiff, where he monitored political and policy developments in the Welsh Government and National Assembly for Wales. Lisa Burton, Prison law supervisorUpon finishing her education Lisa spent time serving in the Armed Forces followed by a six year career working for HMPS. Prior to moving to the UK, he worked as a corporate solicitor for seven years in Malaysia and as a legal consultant and appeals counsellor for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for three years in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Indonesia.
With a degree in Politics and an MA in International Relations, Mohamadou spent over five years working as an Adviser at the Refugee Council's Children Section supporting unaccompanied and trafficked children, advising them individually on their rights and also advocating for improved policy and decision making at local and national level. Prior to that, he has worked in the social care and community advocacy sectors where he has empowered many vulnerable young people in care or within the youth justice system. Mohamadou possesses good knowledge of the asylum process and asylum support as they apply to migrant children in general and unaccompanied asylum seeking children in particular. He has delivered training to a wide range of audiences including local authority social workers and Members of Parliament's staff on topics such as age assessment, the asylum process and support, and the interaction between the latter and the duty of local authority children's services under the Children Act 1989 and Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000.
After completing his LPC at the College of Law in 2011, Mohamadou specialised in immigration, asylum and nationality law. Debo obtained his LLB (Hons) degree in Law and the LPC from Northumbria University, Newcastle.
He is very passionate about Prison Law, having specialised in this field and associated Judicial Reviews citing Article 3, 5 (4) and 8 challenges including the failure by the Independent Adjudicator not to call a witness; not to undertake a proper re-categorisation review and against the police not to investigate a complaint of assault by Prison Officers.
He is able to arrange appoints at relatively short notice with the firm’s video link facilities where this is available as well as attending in person. Nicola is a Solicitor with over 10 years' experience practising in immigration, asylum, European and nationality law, representing clients in applications to the Home Office, before the First and Upper Tier Tribunals in appeals and bail applications, appeals before the Court of Appeal, and in judicial review claims before the High Court. She spent several years in private practice working for legally aided and privately funded clients before joining the Litigation Team at Refugee and Migrant Justice (formerly the Refugee Legal Centre) in 2008.


Nicola was a Director of the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) between 2010 and 2012, representing ILPA in meetings with the Home Office and sitting on Law Society advisory boards. Nicola is dedicated to the provision of high quality empathetic advice and representation and has a particular interest in working for minors and young people and their families, victims of trafficking and for clients in complex asylum cases. Jo joined Kesar and Co in March 2014, having previously worked at Sutovic and Hartigan Solicitors and at the Immigration Advisory Service's Higher Appeals Unit. Jo developed an interest in immigration and asylum law after volunteering at the North of England Refugee Service at their Middlesbrough office.
Kerry-Anne Effiom, CaseworkerKerry studied Law at Reading University and then completed the BPTC and was subsequently called to the Bar in 2013.
Before qualifying in the law Bill was a social worker in Inner London and then in Broadmoor Hospital. He gained membership of the Law Society's Panel in 1998 and joined Scott-Moncrieff Harbour Sinclair as a representative. Harriet Gilchrist, CaseworkerHarriet worked as a volunteer for Intervene Project before joining Kesar & Co Solicitors.
Chris Ofokansi, SolicitorChris is an accredited duty solicitor and supervisor in our criminal defence department. Vicky Mansell, CaseworkerWith background in education and special needs Vicky is a welcome addition to our Bromley team.
Liz worked for Immigration Advisory Service for 7 years as the Business and Administration Manager. Claudette Brooks, Legal secretaryClaudette has a variety of experience in immigration, criminal and prison law.
James graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2013 with a degree in policing. Annie Duncan, Legal SecretaryAnnie has extensive office experience within the NHS sector dealing with clinical complaints as legal PA. Alan Viles, IT consultantHaving completed a degree in Accounting and Financial Management Alan found software development more interesting and until 2000 worked mainly on financial software.
Australia’s proposed changes to its immigration program on temporary workers could make things easier for those willing to opt for a job in the country. Speaking on these changes Australian Immigration minister, Scott Morrison was happy with the positivities  that it relayed and further said, ‘The English language requirements are unnecessarily restrictive, serving more as an industrial lock-out rather than an honest attempt to ensure appropriate language skills which the government does believe is important’.
The Minister also hinted at a decrease on the income slab for exclusion of market rate assessment and a simplified procedure for sponsors that are reliable. Though these drives have been seen to be restrictive Australian immigration department is confident that an impasse could be reached in the hiring drive.
We also bring Private sector jobs, Recruitment news, Walk-in Schedules and other career opportunities across the country with updated information regarding the same.
Cate Gribble, at the Council of International Students Australia (CISA) 2nd National Conference in Brisbane last week. He has also developed a public law practice representing clients in judicial review claims before the High Court.
He has participated in human rights seminars in the West Bank, worked as a teacher in China, and has travelled extensively in Latin America. She was called to the Bar in July 2007 following the successful completion of the Bar Vocational Course.
In 2008 she was called to the Bar after successful completion of the BVC at the Inns of School Court of Law.
In 2009 she trained as a volunteer mediator for MediationHerts and continues to act in this role. She has an MA in development studies, she did research for her dissertation in the Somali refugee camps of eastern Ethiopia, during which time she also evaluated the effectiveness of womens' groups in the camps for the UNHCR. She then worked for a couple of private practices in London before starting with Kesar & Co in October 2011. She obtained a distinction in her LPC from BPP Law School in 2011 and has gained experience in a variety of areas of legal practice. He works passionately to redress unfair decisions, and has obtained large settlements for clients ranging from being involved in road traffic accidents, to clients being attacked and suffering disfigurements. He has successfully represented individuals in complex cases involving mental health issues, recall cases and prisoners who are over tariff. His experience has included a wide range of entry clearance and leave to remain applications and appeals, EEA, points based system, family settlement, family reunion, detention, bail and fast track asylum cases.
He obtained his law degree at the University of Kent and was called to the Bar (Middle Temple) in 1990. He has recently developed a particular interest advising and representing individuals in deportation, human rights and asylum appeals before the First-tier and Upper Tribunals. He has undertaken work in the voluntary sector, including a volunteer bureau, where he was involved in the delivery of training to prospective voluntary groups and volunteers as well as in various legal positions before qualifying in 2003.
He regularly undertakes his own advocacy before the Independent Adjudicator and the Parole Board. She has conducted asylum country guidance cases and has acted for Appellants in the UK Supreme Court.
There, she specialised in judicial review challenges concerning asylum, removal and deportation from the UK, and Article 8 ECHR family cases.
She has delivered training and talks for ILPA and personally, to legal practitioners, law students, NGOs and public bodies. She has previously volunteered at Reading Citizens' Advice Bureau as a Generalist Adviser and interned at Hackney Community Law Centre and Kesar & Co before she was employed by us in 2014.


For six years he was also a part-time postgraduate lecturer on Mentally Disordered Offenders at the Institute of Police and Criminological Studies. For seven years he was an advisor in the Mental Health section of the Legal Services Commission's Telephone Advice Line.
She is currently studying for her BPTC at the University of Law and is a member of Gray's Inn. As an established practitioner, Peter offers expert advice to people liable to be detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 (as amended) seeking representation.
Having initially volunteered for the Intervene Project, she has now joined Kesar & Co with particular interest in prison law, immigration and public law. He enjoys an outstanding reputation with focus on complex defence cases and has many years of experience gained in the Central London based firms. Vicky's practice is complex and diverse but her main area of specialism is wills, probate and issues related to deputyship and lasting power of attorney. Her first few years were spent in the Offender Management Unit where she was responsible for Sentence Calculations, Annual OASys Reviews and updating Sentence Plans. She was responsible for managing the administration of offices across London and the South East.
Claudette also worked as a legal secretary in housing, conveyancing and family law matters, and she assisted with wills and probate.
While he was there he volunteered in a library as a computer assistant and as a special constable for Kent Police.
James has worked in retail, foreign currency, and for a publishing company as a dispatcher.
She also worked for a major oil company based in Scotland covering crew changes and personal injury claims. The country has seen a sharp upsurge in overseas applicants since 2011 in the 457 visa, but with the changes being implemented since 2013, the number of applicants has drastically reduced. The categories of Jobs are including Bank Jobs, Pak Army Recruitment, Pakistan Navy, Air force, Railway Jobs, IT Jobs Lecturer Recruitment and all other upper and lower scale Employment opportunities in different cities of Pakistan. Our editorial team is made of both local and international students, and it has worked to our advantage in providing local content in every sense of the word. Kevin initially studied history at Sheffield University, holds a Masters in Humans Rights Law from SOAS.
Katie has experience in a wide range of immigration and prison law matters and frequently appears at the First-tier Tribunal.
Lauren has experience in all areas of immigration law and represents both private and publicly funded clients. Rahath's work includes initial applications to the Home Office under the Refugee and Human Rights Conventions including fresh claims and claims under Article 8 of Human Rights, right to private and family life, applications under the Immigration Rules ranging from Points Based System to spouse and citizenship applications and also applications under EU law. He has successfully challenged many decisions and policies of public bodies through Judicial Review.
He then went back to law and completed his LPC at Kaplan Law School in London after which he obtained a training contract and qualified as a solicitor.
Whilst working for HMPS she progressed to work within the offender management unit and has gained valuable experience in Parole, re-categorisation, OASys and sentence planning. He was called to the Malaysian Bar in 1991 and admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2003. He also has Public Law experience through representing clients in judicial review applications before the High Court of Justice. After RMJ she has worked for the Immigration Advisory Service in their Higher Appeals Department and for Law Centres in Lambeth and Islington, engaging in community projects in addition to client work. He is experienced in all aspects of mental health cases, combining continuity of representation with a friendly and reliable service. Chris owns a mobile phone which never stops ringing and he is probably the busiest man in our team. The last six years of her HMPS career were spent facilitating Offending Behaviour Programmes. Liz built an excellent continuing working relationship with many barristers and their clerks as well as experts and other suppliers. Suki also worked with unaccompanied minor asylum seekers before joining Kesar & Co Solicitors.
Annie later switched sides and worked in the insurance industry, dealing mainly with major losses and high value injury cases. The labour market testing may not be abolished altogether rather modified and employers also need to show that there has been ample drive on their part in scouring for locals for the jobs. Additionally, he regularly appears at the Immigration Tribunal for bail hearings and to challenge the Home Office's refusals and deportation orders and undertakes higher appeals work involving errors of law by Immigration Judges. Jenny has facilitated the Enhanced Thinking Skills (ETS), Controlling Anger and Learning to Manage it (CALM), Victim Awareness and Building Better Relationships (BBR) programmes. Annie is used to legal environment and in her previous job she devised a claims management system to enable monthly bordereaux to be run smoothly for the insurers. And this has to be amply substantiated months in advance in the form of advertisement vacancies, local employment drives and career expositions.



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