Migration Services for Individuals
Dreaming of Making Australia Your Home? We Can Help.
We can sponsor skilled workers and help with all migration options
How We Help
Our migration agent will thoroughly discuss with you to understand your visa requirements (including those of your family members), the precise role you intend to take care of and the prerequisites for getting your visa outcome.
The migration agent conducts a comprehensive eligibility assessment to determine the most suitable visa options for the individual. This involves evaluating factors such as age, skills, qualifications, work experience, family situation, and other relevant details.
Based on the eligibility assessment, the migration agent recommends one or more visa subclasses that align with the individual’s goals and circumstances. They provide information on the benefits, requirements, and obligations associated with each visa option.
The agent assists the individual in collecting the necessary documentation, which may include identity documents, proof of qualifications, English language proficiency certificates, police clearances, health assessments, and more, depending on the chosen visa subclass.
The migration agent prepares and compiles the visa application, ensuring that all required forms and supporting documents are completed accurately and submitted in accordance with the specific visa subclass requirements.
The agent submits the visa application on behalf of the individual to the Australian Department of Home Affairs (DOHA). This includes making the required visa application fee payments.
Our dedicated agent keeps employers well-informed about any updates to migration or employment regulations that could potentially affect their businesses. Additionally, we provide support to individuals wanting to achieve permanent residency, whenever it is applicable to their specific circumstances.
Once the visa is granted, the migration agent notifies the individual and guides them through the next steps, which may include travel and initial settlement planning.
Our agent helps the employer stay updated with changes in employment or other relevant updates to DOHA. In some cases, we will support the individual after the visa is granted, helping with visa extensions or transitioning to permanent residency.
Expert Immigration Insights
Navigating the ever-changing landscape of Australian immigration regulations can be demanding. Our team of seasoned immigration professionals possess up-to-date knowledge, ensuring that your applications are methodically prepared, accurate, and ready for approval.
Our Migration agents can assess your individual circumstances and provide tailored advice on the most suitable visa options for your situation. We can help you choose the right visa subclass and navigate the complexities of the application process.
Fast and Accurate Processing
Our Migration Agents can help expedite the application process, ensuring that all required documents and information are submitted correctly and promptly. This can lead to faster processing times.
Temporary Skilled Visas
- Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS)
- Temporary Work Visa (Short Stay Specialist)
- Regional Visas
- Visitor Visa (Business Visitor Stream)
Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) Subclass 482
If you are skilled in an eligible occupation, this type of visa enables a potential employer to sponsor you to work in Australia on a temporary basis, when they have been unable to find a local candidate who has the appropriate level of skills, qualifications or/and experience.
Depending on your nominated occupation, TSS/482 visas are valid for either two years for those on the short-term stream, or four years for the medium and long-term stream.
Your immediate family members can be included as dependants in this application.
- Standard Business Sponsorship required
- Genuine need for the foreign worker
- Labor market testing
- Offer market salary rate and comply with Australian laws and award conditions
- Nominated occupation on skilled list
- Skills and qualifications that match the occupation
- Be a full time position
- Comply with Australian laws and award conditions
- English language proficiency may be required
- Meet health and character requirements
- Work experience if necessary
- Valid nomination from an approved sponsor
- Maintain health insurance
Temporary Work Visa (Short Stay Specialist) Subclass 400
This temporary visa enables you to do short-term, highly specialised work in Australia. It might be suitable for you if you have specialised skills, knowledge or experience not generally available in Australia, and where you plan to be in Australia for up to three months (or six months in special circumstances) to complete a non-ongoing work assignment.
Your immediate family members can be included as dependants in your application.
- Have a specific, short-term purpose for the visit
- Possess specialised skills or expertise not commonly available in Australia
- An offer of employment and details of the role in Australia
- Stay duration is typically up to three months (may extend to six months exceptionally)
- Activities should be temporary and non-ongoing
- No provision for including family members
- Meet health and character requirements
- Relevant qualifications and/or work experience
- The ability to financially support yourself and any dependents while in Australia
- Provide an invitation or approval letter
- Comply with Australian regulations
Your gateway to Australian regional living.
Skilled Regional Visa (Subclass 491)
Designed for skilled workers and their families, it offers a pathway to permanent residency.
This visa enables regional employers to address identified labour shortages within their region by sponsoring skilled workers where employers can’t source an appropriately skilled Australian worker.
It allows you to work and live in designated regional areas, providing opportunities for a fulfilling Australian lifestyle.
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa Subclass 494
The regional sponsored migration scheme provides an avenue for employers located in regional Australia to nominate individuals for a permanent visa.
In return, individuals commit to employment in designated geographical areas outside Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
This visa is also designed for highly skilled professionals on the eligible occupation list tailored to the needs of regional Australia.
Visitor Visa (Business Visitor Stream) Subclass 600
This short-term temporary visa allows you to visit Australia for up to three months for business related activities such as making general business or employment enquiries, negotiating contracts or taking part in a conference or trade fair. This visa does not allow you to work, provide services to an Australian based business, or sell goods or services directly to the public while you are in Australia.
Your family members cannot be included as dependants in this application. If your family members wish to travel with you they will need to apply for their own applicable visa on a separate application.
For Visa Applicants:
- Intend to visit Australia for business purposes.
- Short-term stays, up to three months.
- Must have the financial means for your visit.
- Meet health and character requirements.
For Sponsors (if applicable):
- Provide a letter of invitation or sponsorship.
- Comply with Australian regulations.
- May be responsible for accommodation and financial support.
- Cannot pay you for services or engage in labor-hire arrangements.
- Pay the visa application fee and apply online.
Permanent Skilled Visas
Skilled/highly specialised work with Sponsorship
Employer Nominated Scheme Permanent Residence Visa (ENS) Subclass 186
The employer nomination scheme opens the door to Australian employers who wish to nominate you for a permanent visa, enabling you to work anywhere in Australia.
This particular visa category is tailored for individuals who possess exceptional skills in specific job categories.
Skilled Nominated Visa Subclass 190
This visa offers the opportunity to establish permanent residency in a specific Australian state, provided individuals possess the requisite qualifications, experience, and skills.
To be eligible for this visa, individuals must be a highly skilled professional who has received an invitation to apply from a state or territory government agency in Australia.
Each state or territory has distinct criteria, and various factors may affect eligibility for this visa.
Skilled worker applying independently
Skilled Independent visa Subclass 189
The General Skilled Migration Scheme offers you the opportunity to attain permanent residency anywhere in Australia, provided you possess the necessary qualifications, experience, and skills. You have the flexibility to apply independently, without reliance on an employer, or in situations where a sponsored employment-based option is not accessible.
Skilled regional visa Subclass 887
The Skilled Regional Visa (Subclass 887) is the gateway to Australian permanent residency for eligible Subclass 489 and 491 visa holders.
This visa offers the freedom to live, work, and study anywhere in Australia. It’s the final step in your journey towards long-term settlement in the land Down Under.
Global Talent visa Subclass 858
The Global Talent Visa was introduced to attract and retain exceptional talents from around the world in fields such as technology, science, research, academia, and the arts.
Applicants must typically have a distinguished track record, be internationally recognised, and have the potential to make significant contributions to Australia’s innovation and knowledge-based industries.
Need your family to join you in Australia?
There are several Australian visa options that allow your family to join your visa application as dependents. Here’s a list of some common Australian visas that typically allow family members to be included:
Partner Visas (Subclasses 100, 309, 801, and 820): These visas are for individuals in a genuine and ongoing relationship with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.
Child Visas (Subclasses 101, 102, 445, 802, and 837): These visas are for dependent children of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens.
Parent Visas (Subclasses 103 and 804): These visas allow parents to include their dependent children as part of the family reunion process.
Contributory Parent Visas (Subclasses 143, 173, 864, 884): Like the Parent Visas, these visas also allow parents to include their dependent children in their application.
Skilled Visas (e.g., Subclass 189, 190, 491): While the primary applicant is often a skilled worker, these visas may allow dependent family members, such as spouses and children, to join the applicant in Australia.
Global Talent Independent Program: If you are granted a Global Talent Independent visa (Subclass 124 or 858), your immediate family members may be eligible to be included as dependents.
Distinguished Talent Visa (Subclass 858): This visa category allows immediate family members to be included as dependents.
Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa (Subclass 482): If you are the primary visa holder under this category, you may be able to include family members (spouse and dependent children) on your visa.