SAF disallowance motion withdrawn

SAF disallowance motion withdrawn

On 23 September 2018, Migration Law Updates published an article on the motion to disallow  the Migration Amendment (Skilling Australians Fund) Regulations 2018.

Unfortunately for employers, the motion has been withdrawn, which means that the SAF continues into the foreseeable future.

Disclaimer: the above is a mere tentative analysis of a motion. The views expressed in those documents might not reflect the view of the Department, the AAT or the courts. The law or policies might have changed between the writing and reading of this article. The author of this article and Migration Law Updates disclaim any liability for any action (or omission) on their part based on any information provided (or not provided) in this article and are under no obligation to keep the general public nor practitioners informed about the matters discussed in this article or any other matters, or any future changes to any of those matters. It is the responsibility of each practitioner to obtain access to primary sources of law and policy by themselves and to carry out their own research and come to their own conclusions on legislation, case law, policies and more. This article is not intended for the general public.

Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1461003). He is the owner of Target Migration in Sydney. He can be reached at

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