GSM visas are one of the most popular options for overseas applicants to immigrate to Australia. To apply for a Skilled visa, you need to submit an expression of Interest. A positive skills assessment result and at least competent English are required to submit an EOI. You need at least 65 points for a visa subclass to be invited, although applicants with higher points will be prioritised. To determine your points and chance of receiving an invitation, please book an appointment with our Registered Migration agent.
This visa allows you to work for an employer in a position that cannot be filled by an Australian employee. Based on the available position and your skills and qualifications, these visa subclasses may be available: 482, 186, and 494. To determine your eligibility and best visa option, book an appointment with our Registered Migration Agent.
A Registered Migration Agent can help you find the best course to study to meet your migration goals. We have also helped hundreds of Students successfully get their graduate visas to acquire the required skills and experience to apply for a permanent residency or build better work prospects. Book your appointment to receive your tailored study or graduation plan.
The Global Talent Visa Program allows highly skilled professionals to work and live permanently in Australia to work in ten target sectors. This program is to attract exceptionally talented individuals, entrepreneurs and high-value businesses to Australia. You may also be eligible for the Distinguished Talent pathway, based on your talent and achievements. Book your appointment to check your eligibility.
This visa allows a de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to join them in Australia.
Available visa subclasses: 300, 309/100, 820/801
Subclass 300 and 309 can be applied outside Australia and the other subclasses are available for onshore applicants. Partners visas have 2 processing stages, which lead to a permanent residency. To see if you can sponsor your partner or the visa eligibility criteria please contact us.
The Parent Visa enables parents of children who are Australian citizens or permanent residents to apply for a permanent or temporary visa in Australia.
Available visa subclasses: 103, 143, 173, 804, 864, 884 & 870
Subclass 103 and 804 are non-contributory parent visas and the current processing time is over 30 years. Visa Subclasses 143/173/864/884 can take up to 6 years, but they are costly. Subclass 173/884 visas can be applied first to pay the PR contributory parent visa fees in more instalments. Only aged parents who are old enough to receive an age pension can apply onshore and be granted a Bridging visa to stay in Australia during the visa process. For all parent visa applications except SC 870, the parents should meet the Balance of the family test. It means the number of eligible children should be equal to or greater than ineligible children. An eligible child is considered to be an Australian Citizen or settled Permanent resident (lawfully resided in AU for 2 years). Please book an appointment to find out which visa subclass suits your circumstances and needs.
Other Family Visas
There are several visa options for joining your family in Australia. You can apply for a visa to join your partner, child, parent or family member in Australia. You can also apply for a visa to provide care for a sick Australian relative.
Available family visas other than the Parent and Partner visas:
Child visa, Subclass 101/802
Adoption visa, Subclass 102
Orphan relative, Subclass 117/837
Aged dependent relative, Subclass 114/838
Remaining relative, Subclass 115/835
Carer, Subclass 116/836
Dependent child, Subclass 445
There are endless ways to enjoy Australia's beautiful beaches and islands. You can apply for Sc 600, 601 or 651 based on your passport company, the purpose of travel and the length of your stay to visit Australia. Young travellers holding certain countries’ passports can apply for work and holiday visas in Australia. Please contact us to find out your best option and what documents are required to apply.
Resident Return Visas
A permanent visa comes with 5 years travel facility. If you wish to leave and re-enter Australia as a permanent resident after these 5 years, you must apply for a Subclass 155/157 visa. Please contact us to help you with this application.
Visa Refusal and Cancellation Appeals
If you have had a visa refused or cancelled, the decision may be disputed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Our Registered Migration Agents have extensive experience representing our clients at the AAT with a high success rate. Book your appointment to discuss the unfavourable visa decision and the chance of approval.