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Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 23 December 2019
December 23, 2019
The latest vital global immigration news and insights in your weekly update from Newland Chase.
AUSTRALIA: Traffic Light Bulletin – Skilled Migration List Review
Following consultations with various stakeholders, including Newland Chase Australia (read our 28 November blog post here), the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business has released its Traffic Light Bulletin outlining its proposed changes to Immigration's skilled occupation lists.
BREXIT: Majority Conservative Government Expected to Pass Withdrawal Agreement Bill
In the 12 December 2019 United Kingdom general election, the electorate gave the Conservative party a substantial majority. This makes it almost certain that the Withdrawal Agreement Bill will be passed by parliament (although it is not certain that this can be achieved by 31 January 2020 without a further extension) and all but eliminates the risk of a cliff-edge no-deal Brexit with no transition period.