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TDifferent types of partner visas. Which one should I apply for?
Thinking about applying for a partner visa? Did you know that you can apply for partner visa without getting married? You can lodge your partner visa application immediately, if: you have registered your marriage or entered into a civil partnership in an Australian state or territory or you have been...
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The Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme visa (186 visa) allows skilled workers, nominated by their employer to live and work in Australia permanently. 186 visa can be applied within Australia or overseas. A successful applicant must meet all relevant requirements and must be nominated by their Australian employer. 186 visa...
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Someone crashed into you. Your car now needs repairs. The repair bill is sky high. You were also injured then you have to pay for your medical bills. The truth is, if you did not cause the crash, then you deserve to be compensated. We have written this article to...
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5 most dangerous roads in Queensland
Are you on the road very often? Based on statistics by the Motor Accident Insurance Commission, 2020 showed an estimate of 7000 Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance claims were made in Queensland. Statistics show that 850 car accidents happen during afternoon rush hour each day and 78% of accidents caused...
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Who gets to keep the pet after a breakup?
It is undeniable that we have a strong emotional attachment with our pets as compared to other personal possessions. Divorcing parents often see their pet as another child in their family. Unfortunately, in Australia, pets are considered personal property, simmilar your personal assets such as furniture, cars or computers. Does...
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Preview for Infographic showing important statistics for car accidents in Queensland
Statistics for car accidents in Queensland (2020) The most common injuries from car accidents are often minor and related to the spine. If you have been injured in a car accident, you should visit your GP as soon as possible. You might show no obvious symptoms even a few days...
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A preview of the infographic showing 6 steps to take after a car accident or at the scene of a car accident
What should I do at the scene of the accident? We have created an infographic to summarize some important steps you should take at the scene of a car accident. Calm yourself down – it is completely normal to fell anxious or even anger. Please take a couple of slow...
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Preview image for infographic about who can make a claim from a car accident
There are only limited circumstances that would stop you from making a compensation claim. You are entitled to make a claim in the following situations: I am a passenger, the driver of the vehicle I was travelling on was at fault I am a driver/passenger, the other driver was at...
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Covid 19 created a surge in cyclists: Do you know how to safely share roads?
Previous lockdown measures in Australia have resulted in an increase in cyclists on the road. Now that we are allowed to move about and explore Queensland, are you well equipped with the knowledge to share roads with cyclists? What happens at roundabouts and can you cross lines? Let us break...
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What happens when unpaid interns suffer work-related injuries in Queensland?
1. Calling out to unpaid interns! Are you performing unpaid work for a firm or company without payment of wages? Are you interning for a business to gain practical experience or to seek to obtain a qualification? Would you be a worker if the work you performed was for the...
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