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Projects in Australia - employing people from offshore presentation


This presentation covers:

  • residency implications
  • employer tax obligations including 'economic employer'
  • immigration and visa issues.

Author profiles

Michelle Boutin
Michelle is a Senior Analyst at Deloitte's Global Employer Services team in Brisbane with over six years experience in Australian immigration services. Michelle has worked with a variety of corporate and private clients, including large Australian, European, Asian and North American businesses, to provide professional solutions for their Australian and global immigration requirements. Michelle is a Registered Migration Agent with the Migration Agent's Registration Authority (MARA), a member of the Migration Institute of Australia and volunteer advisor with the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service in Brisbane. - Current at 14 June 2007
Shelley Westbury
Shelley is the Principal of Deloitte's Global Employer Services team in Brisbane. For the last eight years, Shelley has specialised in international assignment engagements and more specifically within areas relating to compensation and tax planning. Her experience includes employee share and option schemes, superannuation, effective salary packaging in Australia and foreign locations as well as fringe benefits tax consulting. Shelley is also a Registered Migration Agen with the Migration Agent's Registration Authority (MARA) and is a member of the Migration Institute of Australia. - Current at 14 June 2006
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This was presented at Queensland State Convention: Reach for the Stars .

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The courts, tax and commercial litigation

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