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Immigration SA
applications for state nominations open on the SA Apply website at 12pm. on Wed 3 July 2019.
Changes in the points test system for skilled independent migrants

Our services include a spectrum of services in general areas. Our aim is to achieve highly satisfactory results for our clients.

Operating as usual

successlawyers.com.au 19/12/2020

Powers of Attorney for India

Powers of Attorney for India

successlawyers.com.au What you need to know General requirements · the inclusion of photographs of the Executant (who is giving the power), and/or their Attorney (who is getting the power) · a photograph of the Executant is fixed on the POA and a signature of the Executant placed across on the photograph · a Notary Pu...

[09/30/20]   Many insolvency reforms are introduced by Federal Government to support incorporated small businesses to commence 1 January 2021.

successlawyers.com.au 23/09/2020

Notary Power of Attorney VFS and DFAT | SuccessLawyers

Notary and Apostille
https://www.successlawyers.com.au/notary-power-of-attorney-vfs-and-df

successlawyers.com.au Recently VFS has updated their attestation requirements for New South Wales and you need to check their website before getting ready with your documents. Accordingly, no longer Justice of the Peace can sign your document and you should get Notary public who is also lawyer to attest your documents.

[09/19/20]   The Migration Amendment (COVID-19 Concessions) regulations 2020 is a new piece of legislation commencing on 19 September 2020 and amending the Migration Regulations 1994.
The new legislation aims to assist disadvantageous prescribed temporary and provisional visa holders due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The new legislation introduces the definition of “concession period” and provides that:

The concession period is the period that commences on 1 February 2020 and ends on a day to be specified and the date is not yet specified .
The concession period applies to applicants for various visas, including:
Skilled Regional Visa (Subclass 887)
Skilled Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)
The Migration Amendment (COVID-19 Concessions) regulations 2020 is a new piece of legislation commencing on 19 September 2020 and amending the Migration Regulations 1994.
The new legislation aims to assist disadvantageous prescribed temporary and provisional visa holders due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The new legislation introduces the definition of “concession period” and provides that:
 The concession period is the period that commences on 1 February 2020 and ends on a day to be specified and the date is not yet specified .
The concession period applies to applicants for various visas, including:
Skilled Regional Visa (Subclass 887)
Skilled Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)

[09/18/20]   From 15 November Citizenship Test changes
some questions :

Which of these statements best demonstrates Australian values about freedom of expression?
Should people in Australia make an effort to learn English?
In Australia, can you encourage violence against a person or group of people if you have been insulted?
Should people tolerate one another where they find that they disagree?
Which of the following is an example of contributing to the Australian community?
In Australia, is it acceptable for a husband to be violent towards his wife if she has disobeyed or disrespected him?
Should people’s freedom of speech and freedom of expression be respected in Australia?
Do you agree that men and women should be provided equality of opportunity when pursuing their goals and interests?

[05/09/20]   Legal Assistance for
Tenants - Landlord
Rent /Lease issues /negotiations
Contact Dr Chandrika Subramaniyan 0433099000

[07/01/19]   Designated Area Migration helps who are not eligible to migrate to Australia based on the points test system

[07/01/19]   partner visa changes

[07/01/19]   partner visa changes
pre-assessment before they can apply to sponsor their partners for visas.

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ஆஸ்திரேலிய விசா கட்டணங்கள் அதிகரிக்கப்படுகின்றன!

visa fees increases

sbs.com.au ஆஸ்திரேலியாவுக்கான சகல விசா விண்ணப்ப கட்டணங்களும் புதிய நிதிநிலை அறிக்கையின் கீழ் 5.4 வீதத்தினால் அதிகரிக்கப்....

[03/23/19]   2019 Regional Migration -occupation added

Aquaculture Farmer
Cotton Grower
Fruit or Nut Grower
Grain, Oilseed or Pasture Grower (Aus)/field crop grower (NZ)
Mixed Crop Farmer
Sugar Cane Grower
Crop Farmers nec
Beef Cattle Farmer
Dairy Cattle Farmer
Mixed Livestock Farmer
Deer Farmer
Goat Farmer
Pig Farmer
Sheep Farmer
Livestock Farmers nec
Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmer
Dentist
Anaesthetist

[03/23/19]   MIGRATION 2019 March Engineer occupation list
civil engineering draftsperson
civil engineering technician
electrical engineering draftsperson
electrical engineering technician
radio communications technician
telecommunications field engineer
telecommunications network planner
telecommunications technical officer or technologist

[03/23/19]   MIGRATION 2019 March IT professionals list of occupations
business analyst
systems analyst
multimedia specialist
analyst programmer
developer programmer
software engineer
software and applications programmers (nec)
security specialist
computer network and systems engineer
telecommunications engineer
telecommunications network engineer

20/03/2019

Gain Knowledge on Elder Abuse and documentation need for the Aged people .- Success lawyers conducted a session for the Tamil Seniors

[10/27/18]   NEW OFFENCES included for character test - Migration applicants 2018

offence involves:
(i) violence against a person, including (without limitation) murder, manslaughter, kidnapping, assault, aggravated burglary and the threat of violence; or
(ii) non‑consensual conduct of a sexual nature, including (without limitation) sexual assault and the non‑consensual commission of an act of indecency or sharing of an intimate image; or
(iii) breaching an order made by a court or tribunal for the personal protection of another person; or
(iv) using or possessing a weapon (as defined by subsection (4)); or
(v) aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv); or
(vi) inducing the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv), whether through threats or promises or otherwise; or
(vii) being in any way (directly or indirectly) knowingly concerned in, or a party to, the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv); or
(viii) conspiring with others to commit an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv);
(b) for an offence against a law in force in Australia—the offence is punishable by:
(i) imprisonment for life; or
(ii) imprisonment for a fixed term of not less than 2 years; or
(iii) imprisonment for a maximum term of not less than 2 years;
(c) for an offence against a law in force in a foreign country—if it were assumed that the act or omission constituting the offence had taken place in the Australian Capital Territory:
(i) the act or omission would have constituted an offence (the Territory offence) against a law in force in that Territory; and
(ii) the Territory offence would have been punishable as mentioned in subparagraph (b)(i), (ii) or (iii).
(4) For the purposes of subparagraph (3)(a)(iv), a weapon includes:
(a) a thing made or adapted for use for inflicting bodily injury; and
(b) a thing where the person who has the thing intends or threatens to use the thing, or intends that the thing be used, to inflict bodily injury.
5 After paragraph 501(6)(a)
Insert:
(aaa) the person has been convicted of a designated offence (as defined by subsection (7AA)); or
6 After subsection 501(7)
Insert:
Designated offence
(7AA) For the purposes of the character test, a designated offence is an offence against a law in force in Australia, or a foreign country, in relation to which the following conditions are satisfied:
(a) one or more of the physical elements of the offence involves:
(i) violence against a person, including (without limitation) murder, manslaughter, kidnapping, assault, aggravated burglary and the threat of violence; or
(ii) non‑consensual conduct of a sexual nature, including (without limitation) sexual assault and the non‑consensual commission of an act of indecency or sharing of an intimate image; or
(iii) breaching an order made by a court or tribunal for the personal protection of another person; or
(iv) using or possessing a weapon (as defined by subsection (7AB)); or
(v) aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv); or
(vi) inducing the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv), whether through threats or promises or otherwise; or
(vii) being in any way (directly or indirectly) knowingly concerned in, or a party to, the commission of an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv); or
(viii) conspiring with others to commit an offence that is a designated offence because of any of subparagraphs (i) to (iv);
(b) for an offence against a law in force in Australia—the offence is punishable by:
(i) imprisonment for life; or
(ii) imprisonment for a fixed term of not less than 2 years; or
(iii) imprisonment for a maximum term of not less than 2 years;
(c) for an offence against a law in force in a foreign country—if it were assumed that the act or omission constituting the offence had taken place in the Australian Capital Territory:
(i) the act or omission would have constituted an offence (the Territory offence) against a law in force in that Territory; and
(ii) the Territory offence would have been punishable as mentioned in subparagraph (b)(i), (ii) or (iii).
(7AB) For the purposes of subparagraph (7AA)(a)(iv), a weapon includes:
(a) a thing made or adapted for use for inflicting bodily injury; and
(b) a thing where the person who has the thing intends or threatens to use the thing, or intends that the thing be used, to inflict bodily injury.

19/10/2018

Federal parliament debating Modern Slavery Act for Australia
The Act will target modern slavery and human trafficking in supply chains with the aim of increasing transparency around these issues for consumers and investors and improving workplace anti-slavery practices by holding businesses to account.

07/10/2018

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04/10/2018

Warning to women abusers -five years jail sentencing

Domestic violence new laws to introduce tougher strangulation laws and longer Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVOs).

A simpler strangulation offence will be introduced that will be easier to prove, with a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment.

“The new offence will resolve the current situation whereby many strangulation incidents are being prosecuted under lesser charges such as common assault, for which the maximum sentence is two years imprisonment.”

[02/26/18]   Aussie Migration application process is going to be privatised .With the new ‘Global Digital Platform’, receiving and processing applications will become exclusively digital.

09/11/2017

In need of a legal professional to look after your contracts & property related documents during the selling process?

With our extensive knowledge of property and conveyancing, we can ensure our clients a hassle-free experience.

Give us a call on (02) 9631 1155 for all your property & conveyancing related enquiries!

08/11/2017

#NewsOfTheDay: A 52-year-old woman has been charged with negligent driving causing death after her 4WD crashed into a southwest Sydney primary school, killing two young boys.

Police charged the driver with two counts of dangerous driving occasioning death, driving in a dangerous manner and negligent driving.

She was granted conditional bail to appear at Bankstown Local Court on Wednesday, November 29.

http://bit.ly/2ziRLZx

06/11/2017

Here's something you probably didn't know about Melbourne Cup:

Australians drink the equivalent of 25 million swimming pools of alcohol between breakfast and dinner on Cup day. So be sure you drink responsibly and stay out of trouble!

Happy Melbourne Cup Day Everyone!


06/11/2017

Police arrest driver in a Melbourne McDonalds.

Discrimination and unlawful arrest? Or justified use of force? Via 7 News Australia

03/11/2017

Have you been accused of committing an offence?

Don't wait to be charged, it may be possible to dismiss any charges that are against you.

Call us on (02) 9631 1155 & let us assist you today!

03/11/2017

At #SUCCESS Lawyers and Barristers, we aim to provide an efficient and cost-effective service to all our clients whilst maintaining the highest degree of professional service.

The services we offer to our clients include the following areas of law:

- Family Law
- Wills & Probate and Power of Attorney
- Criminal Law
- Compensation Matters
- Property Law
- Commercial Law/ Commercial Litigation

For all legal enquiries, contact us on (02) 9631 1155!

01/11/2017

#CrazyCourtCases:

Richard Overton sued the maker of Budweiser in 1991 for false advertising that allegedly caused emotional distress, mental injury and financial loss.

Overton said the company's ads - which depicted beer's magical ability to facilitate "scenic tropical settings and beautiful men & women engaged in endless and unrestricted merriment" had turned out to be "untrue."

His case was dismissed.

31/10/2017

Happy Halloween 🎃

According to Section 13A - 14-4, "Fraudently pretending to be a clergyman" is guilty of a misdemeanour and will face jail time and a fine!

Comment your thoughts below!

30/10/2017

Our expertise includes Migration, Conveyancing, Family, Debt recovery, Employment,Traffic, Insurance, Commercial and Wills and Probates.

We undertake all court work at a reasonable and affordable rate. Our services are accessible to people from all walks of life. In limited circumstances we arrange for payment by instalments, pay as you go or waive our legal fees*

For more information on how we can help you achieve the results you want, contact us on 02 9631 1155

moneymanagement.com.au 27/10/2017

Former NAB adviser pleads guilty | Money Management

Shane Thompson of Victoria pleaded guilty after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) brought the charges against him.

The charges allege that between 27 December 2012 and 1 March 2013, Thompson completed 22 false “change of adviser” forms and submitted them to MLC in order to transfer NAB clients to his personal financial planning client list.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2yPtfMX

moneymanagement.com.au A former NAB adviser has pleaded guilty to two charges of submitting financial planning documents for his own personal gain.

27/10/2017

Accused of committing a crime?

Don't wait to be charged, it may be possible to dismiss the charges against you!

Call us on (02) 9631 1155 & let us help you today!

#SuccessLawyers

26/10/2017

Is your credit report in a bad shape?

By using our credit repair process in the removal of any unfair, disputable & contestable listings, our team at Success Lawyers aim to take care of our clients who are struggling with bad credit history, debt agreements or bankruptcy.

Give us a call on (02) 9631 1155 & let us help you repair your credit today!

25/10/2017

#CrazyCourtCases:

In 2014, Red Bull had gotten themselves in a very expensive predicament for claiming their energy drink gives you wings.

The well-known company were faced with US$13 million settlement for falsely claiming to provide superpowers in their slogan.

As a result, Red Bull had "voluntarily updated its marketing materials and product labelling" for consumers in the United State and had established a website for people wishing to make a claim.

dailytelegraph.com.au 24/10/2017

Student ‘covered up cop hit-and-run’

Facing nine charges, David Azzi was refused bail in Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday, six weeks after he allegedly mowed down Sr Constable Stuart Shaw in Sydney’s southwest when the officer stepped out on the road to try to pull him over.

http://bit.ly/2xjmB09

dailytelegraph.com.au A YOUNG man studying to become a paramedic allegedly ran over a police officer while speeding at more than 100km/h then tried to cover his tracks by ringing CrimeStoppers to make a false report, a court has heard.

22/10/2017

Dialogue is the most effective way of resolving conflict" ~ 14th Dalai Lama

Divorce court isn't the only option! At #Success lawyers, we specialise in mediation. Mediation cases give the parties the opportunity to discuss their issues, clear up misunderstandings, and find areas of agreement in a way that would never be possible in a lawsuit.

Give us a call on (02) 9631 1155 & let us help you today!

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Police arrest driver in a Melbourne McDonalds.

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