Visa Applications

Studying in Australia

  1. 500 Student Visa – In case you need to obtain qualification or enhance your English language
  2. 485 Temporary Graduate Visa – In case you studied more than 92 weeks of a course related to occupations on demand or a higher education.

Working in Australia

  1. 407 Training Visa – In case you do not have experience in a new career or qualification
  2. 482 TSS Visa – In case you are fully qualified with 2 years of full time experience in the last 5 years 
  3. 494 Regional Visa – In case you are not currently working in one of the major cities – Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
  4. 186 Direct Entry Visa – In case you have over 3 years of fully qualified full-time experience and a high score on your English exam.

General Skilled Migration

  1. 189 – Skilled Independent Visa – Get invited by whole Australia. The Skilled Independent Visa – Subclass 189 does not require you to have any state or territory sponsor you. It is the most in demand visa in Australia.
  2. 190 – State nominated visa – Get invited by the whole State, including the big cities
  3. 491 – Skilled Regional Visa – Get invited by the State excluding the major cities – Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne.

Support and Family Visas

  1. Partner Visa Onshore – This is a visa for couples who are currently onshore and in a genuine, continuing and mutually exclusive relationship – de facto or civil partnership registration – to all others with Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, and eligible New Zealand citizens to enter and remain permanently in Australia. You can get your Permanent Residence within 3 years.
  2. Partner Visa Offshore –  This is a visa for couples who are currently offshore and in a genuine, continuing and mutually exclusive relationship – de facto or civil partnership registration – to all others with Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, and eligible New Zealand citizens to enter and remain permanently in Australia. You can get your Permanent Residence within 3 years.
  3.  Engagement Visa –  This visa lets you come to Australia to marry your prospective spouse and then apply for permanent residency.
  4. Parent Visas –  It is very common for those who are living in Australia to want to bring their parent out. This is a visa for parents of an Australian citizen or permanent resident who has spent at least 2 years living in Australia
  5. Guardian Visa –  This visa allows you to visit Australia for up to 5 years to support a child who holds a student visa.
  6.  Student Dependant Visa  –  The student dependent visa visa allows students to add their partner, boyfriend or girlfriend as a secondary applicant to their student visa. They will get the same rights to work as their partners (40 hours a fortnight).