Australian Immigration Companion, 8th edition
Practical problems and solutions with an introduction to migration law and visa application procedures
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Australian Immigration Companion, 8th edition has been developed to assist migration practitioners — students, academics, lawyers, migration agents, staff of the Department of Home Affairs, parliamentarians’ staff — and anyone with an interest in migration law to understand Australian migration law in a practical and real-life context. The book will be an invaluable companion for students studying the entry-level course (Graduate Diploma in Migration Law) prescribed by the Minister for Home Affairs, Immigration and Border Protection. Practising migration agents and newly-registered lawyers will also find it a useful aid in their work and professional development. Immigration officers in Australia and overseas might also use this book for training purposes, information exchange and discussion.
- clearly laid out with easy-to-follow explanations
- authoritative source of information
- questions and answers hand-picked by experienced migration law teachers and practitioners
Cope, Quick Reference Card — Immigration Law, 2015
Fernandez, Gerkens, Yau & Ozyurek, Australian Migration Legislation Collection, June 2018
Schloenhardt, Quick Reference Card — People Smuggling, 2015
Schloenhardt, Quick Reference Card — Trafficking in Persons, 2015
Table of contents
- Foreword to the First Edition
- Table of Cases
- Table of Statutes
- Using this Text
- 1. Introduction to Australian Migration Law
- 2. Introduction to Visa Application Procedures
- 3. Scenario Discussion Questions
- 4. Suggested Answers to Scenario Discussion Questions