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Dan Engles says offshore hiring has become more difficult amid the visa changes. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Visa changes move goals for business

Stricter visa rules are making it harder for businesses in WA to explore overseas options to meet their skilled labour needs

Dan Engles has enjoyed a marked bump in business since April, when the federal government announced plans to axe 457 immigration work visas.

Mr Engles is founder of local immigration service provider Visa Solutions, which provides consultation services and advice on all manner of legal and practical aspects relating to visa applications.

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