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Update on Australia's Migration Programs – Thursday 18 October  

TheFrench-Australian Chamber of Commerceis pleased to invite you to an Update on Australia's migration programs, facilitated byLaurent Corgnet, Founder and Principal of Albatross Lawyers, on Thursday 18 October.

This will be an opportunity to clarify how the series of reforms implemented by the Federal government since March 2017 have impacted various visa categories, including Employer Sponsored visas (temporary or permanent) and Skilled Migration visas (not employer sponsored), from abolition of the 457 & its replacement with the TSS 482 to SAF implementation, changes in the Skilled Occupation Lists, the points-based system and eligibility requirements.


Laurent Corgnet | Founder & Principal of Albatross Lawyers

Laurent Corgnet is the principal solicitor of Albatross Lawyers, a specialist law firm focusing on migration, franchising and commercial matters. He is a registered migration agent & lawyer, equipped to handle complex cases and a range of visa applications from employer sponsored, skilled, partners or alternatives. Thanks to an extensive entrepreneurial experience, Laurent is also able to help migrants who need assistance setting up or developing their business.

Albatross Lawyers is a long-term member of FACCI and one of its corporate members.


Thursday 18 October 2018
6.00 pm to 8.30 pm

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Central Plaza Two
Level 18, 66 Eagle Street
Brisbane City, QLD 4000

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FACCI members: $30
Non-members: $60


Dress code: Business attire

* Pleasecontact us by Thursday 11 October for any special dietary requirements.


Legal notice: A list of attendees will be available for viewing to assist with networking. Please contact qld(@)  if you do not want your name included on this list. The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce (FACCI) reserves the right to use any photograph taken at any event organised or co-branded by FACCI, without the expressed written permission of those included within the photograph. FACCI may use the photographs in marketing material and online publications including but not limited to: FACCI’s website, FACCI's E-newsletters, FACCI’s Facebook and LinkedIn pages. To ensure the privacy of individuals, images will not be identified using full names or personal identifying information. A person attending a FACCI event who does not wish to have their image recorded for distribution should make their wishes known in writing to FACCI Events Coordinator by e-mailing qld(@)

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