March at Nomos
This month has been unlike any other as the world adapts to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what Nomos has been up to:
- At the beginning of the month, Kathryn and Victoria attended the Law Council of Australia’s Immigration Law Conference in Melbourne. While there, Kathryn and Victoria had the opportunity to hear from some insightful and well-informed speakers on a range of topics including modern slavery and the Department’s priorities within the temporary and permanent visa programmes.
- We’ve been keeping our ears close to the ground to track the numerous developments from the Federal Government and the State and Territory Governments as they work together to deal with the pandemic. Many of our employer sponsor clients and visa-holder clients have been asking us questions about how to cope in these tumultuous times. In response, we have published a pair of Frequently Asked Questions sheets on our website, one for employers and the other for visa-holders. We are working to keep these updated as more information comes to hand.
- To ensure our team keeps safe whilst continuing to service our clients effectively, Nomos took the decision to start working remotely earlier this month. As a cloud-based practice, we are well-equipped to continue working with our clients, and are able to handle all your enquiries thanks to the wonders of technology. If you or anyone you know has an immigration enquiry, please tell them to get in touch and we will do our best to assist.
That’s the Nomos wrap-up for March. We hope you all keep safe and well during these difficult times and we will see you next month!