Find here the answers to some of your questions regarding Immigration to Australia.
Yes you do, unless you are a New Zealand citizen for which you will be issued a visa upon entry into Australia.
Only if you have been granted a visa that provides work rights.
Australia's permanent Migration Program incorporates economic and family migration and is the main pathway to permanent residence. It includes the Skill stream, Family stream and Special Eligibility visas.
It’s dependent on your individual circumstances and what you wish to achieve. Skilled migration requires you have the relevant qualifications and experience in an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List
This is dependent on the type of visa you are applying for. For skilled applicants applying for permanent residence you must be under 45 years of age. There is no age restriction for partner visas.
For New Zealand citizens applying for Subclass 189 New Zealand Stream visa, there is no age restriction.
Yes, if you are applying for a skilled visa. Not required for family migration.
We cannot advise you on this if you have lodged your own visa. If you are a client of ours, we will provide you with advice on current processing time frames.
You can check the processing times here: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-processing-times/global-visa-processing-times
No, we cannot assist with this. However, WorkinAus is a company that can help link you with an employer who is seeking to sponsor a skilled worker.
We are not an education agent. We can only provide advice on your student visa once you’ve secured enrolment into a course.
Insiders Guides is a company that may be able to assist further.
No; you can apply for an Australian visa on your own. However, there are frequent changes to immigration legislation throughout the year and a Registered Migration Agent can guide you through the eligibility requirements saving you money in avoiding delays and possible refusal.
Not unless you are required to go to Court. A Registered Migration Agent can often be more qualified than a lawyer especially if the lawyer has no qualifications or hasn’t studied Australian migration law.
It can be down to expertise, seniority, location and urgency. You get what you pay for and quality doesn’t necessarily come cheaply.
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