Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

https://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/english/en/podcastcollection/settlement-guide

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 7m. Bisher sind 115 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich
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How to garden and grow your own food indoors


The calming qualities of greenery may improve and nourish our general physical and mental wellbeing. Many are turning to indoor plants, even growing their own food, to find stability amid social restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic.


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Here’s how migration agents work in Australia


Desperate visa applicants are turning to migration agents as their hope for a new life in Australia. But according to some registered migration agents, not all agents can be trusted.


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How to use telehealth?


Australians are becoming increasingly reliant on telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic. Statistics from Services Australia show that the total number of telehealth consultations rose from 1.3 million in March to 5.8 million in April. You can make the most of your telehealth session with some simple preparation. 


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Love and partner visas in the time of COVID-19


Travel restrictions and social distancing measures of COVID-19 are further delaying processing times for partner visa applicants within and outside Australia. According to the Migration Institute of Australia, just under half of partner visas lodged in the last financial year were granted.


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Consumer rights and internet scams


COVID-19 has made us more digitally connected than ever. Whether you are a new user or a seasoned netizen, the internet can be a dangerous place if you don’t know how to recognise the warning signs of a scam.


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 2020-07-01  10m
 
 

What to do when your visa is cancelled


If your visa is set to be cancelled during the coronavirus pandemic, not seeking prompt legal advice could jeopardise your chances of lawfully staying in Australia.


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 2020-06-24  7m
 
 

Retraining yourself during COVID-19


Australia’s coronavirus curve has flattened but with some restrictions still in place, many are still homebound. Without the freedom to engage in activities we once enjoyed, why not make the most of the current situation by learning a new professional skill or revisiting a lost passion?


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 2020-06-17  7m
 
 

Life on the bridging visa


COVID-19 is dramatically disrupting on the lives of close to 97,000 bridging visa holders in Australia who are unable to access the federal government’s COVID-19 support schemes.


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 2020-06-10  9m
 
 

Online Grandparenting


Grandparents traditionally play a significant role in the Australian family life, but with the government advising older people to stay home, social isolation is changing the way many now approach grandparenting.


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 2020-05-28  10m
 
 

Women on temporary visas experiencing family violence


Advocates for action on family violence are concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic has become a desperate time for women experiencing family violence who are dependents of temporary visa holders, with their ordeal compounded by barriers in accessing social services due to their visa status.


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 2020-05-28  10m