The Federal Government's new Temporary Skills Shortage visas, which have replaced the 457 visas that were being used to bring in technology and other workers from outside the country, appear to be taking a very long time to be processed if at all, sources tell iTWire.
IT start-ups and small businesses have generally not found much to cheer in the federal budget, with some lamenting the lack of any direct support for start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over recent changes in Australia's temporary work visa system.
Indian outsourcing firms operating in Australia are making no comment about the Australian government's move to abolish 457 visas and introduce another category known as Temporary Skill Shortage visas.
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