This course looks at Business Visas and the various pathways available including for Significant Investor and Premium Investor Visas. This modules also covers the complex problems which arise from Business Visas and how they can be solved.


This course covers all issues surrounding the consequences of a visa holder (including permanent residents) who commits a serious criminal offence and then face visa cancellation or refusal.


This course gives participants an examination of the Australian Law of Citizenship, resident return visa and absorbed persons. It covers issues relating to persons born in Australia and their citizenship rights, citizenship by descent and citizenship by naturalisation.


This course goes though related issued under the Employer Nomination Scheme including English language requirements, Skill Assessments under the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme and occupation lists. 


This course is part of the Core requirements from MARA. It builds on the Ethics Tools Kit For Migration Agents and reviews recent decisions affecting migration agents and lawyers.


This course covers pitfalls in file management by showing participants how to identify troublesome clients and includes an array of examples of file management error which can be avoided by proper planning.


This course shows participants how to take on adverse decisions of the tribunals in court. Participants will be taught the difference between Judicial Review and Merit review and the types of issues which may indicate a successful Judicial Review point.


This course deals with all work Visas where a skilled person is not sponsored by an employer as well as the transition from student visa to permanent residence through the skilled visa regime.


This course covers 457 Visas and its subclasses, sponsorship and its obligations, Nomination, Employer sanctions, and other issues. This paper analyses and explains the frameworks around sponsored visas, as well as practice directions and a review of the latest decisions.


This course is designed to reduce the major reason for errors in the field of migration law: not meeting deadlines. Specifically, this paper addresses the exact moments that time limits are triggered and statutory cut offs are applied, as well as illustrating how missed deadlines can destroy the rights of their clients. This paper is your reference tool for the accompanying exam.


Please note some modules are in the process of being updated by Lorenzo Boccabella due to the recent changes in legislation.