457 Visa Changes Explained – Implications for Business

Melbourne, 05 October 2017

Breakfast Seminar

457 Visa Changes Explained – Implications for Business

On 18 April 2017, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Peter Dutton, announced a major overhaul of Australia’s skilled migration program – the abolition of the 457 visa and the introduction of a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa to “support businesses in addressing genuine skill shortages.”

The 457 visa has been an essential tool for business in attracting and retaining global talent.  It has played a crucial role in supporting the movement of works into Australia, and helping to develop companies’ internal talent pools.

The proposed changes bring a great deal of uncertainty to individuals and businesses that rely on 457 visas.  The Australian British Chamber of Commerce is delighted to hold an information briefing on the subject, in partnership with PwC. 
The session will include a detailed briefing of the Government’s proposed legislative changes by Carter Bovard, Partner – Immigration at PwC.  Carter leads the firm’s immigration team and is responsible for the delivery of corporate migration services nationally for PwC Australia. The briefing will be followed by an interactive Question and Answer session with attendees.

Book NOW below !

Members         $40
Non Members $60

For membership enquiries please contact 03 9560 6000 or email abccvic@britishchamber.com 


Thursday 05 October 2017
7:45am - 9:00am


PwC, L19, 2 Riverside Quay, Southbank