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Only Australian citizens can enter Australia without a visa. All other people coming to Australia to visit or to work or study or to migrate permanently need a valid visa to enter and remain in Australia. This is known as immigration.

Coming to Australia without a visa or your visa has expired or cancelled will put you at risk of being put in detention. You may be held in detention until you are granted a visa or you are removed from Australia.

Don’t risk it, we can help you with your visa application or visa refusal or visa cancellation.

Student Visa or Subclass 500 visa
Marriage Visa (subclass 300 visa) & Partner Visa (subclass 309 visa and subclass 820 visa)
Business & Investment Visa or subclass 188 Visa
Visitor or Tourist Visa (subclass 600 visa)
Independent Skilled visa or subclass 189 visa
State Nominated visa or subclass 190 visa
Temporary Graduate visa or 485 visa
Resident Return Visa or subclass 155 visa
Protection (Refugee) visa or subclass 866 visa

Our migration team regularly help international students to obtain student visas.

Student Visa 500 - China Student Visa 500 - Columbia Student Visa 500 - Japan Student Visa 500 - Malaysia Student Visa 500 - Mauritius Student Visa 500 - Philippines Student Visa 500 - Serbia Student Visa 500 - Thailand Student Visa 500 - Vietnam

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Our immigration lawyer help to bring and reunite family members to Australia on Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300 visa) or Partner visa (subclass 309 visa and subclass 820 visa).

Prospective marriage visa 300

Prospective Marriage TO-300 (Offshore) Temporary visa granted.

Partner Visa 820

Partner (Onshore) UK-820 Provisional visa granted.

Partner Visa 801

Partner BS-801 Permanent visa granted.

Dependent Child Visa 445

Dependent Child TK-445 (Offshore) Temporary visa granted.

Partner Visa 100

Partner BC-100 Permanent visa granted.

Partner Visa 100 case 2

Partner BC-100 Permanent visa granted.

Our international migration team help businesspeople and investors to purchase or establish a business in Australia. The Business Innovation and Investment visa or subclass 188 visas provide a permanent residency pathway allowing them and their family to live permanently in Australia or to apply for Australian citizenship.

Business Investment and Innovation visa 188

Australian Visitor or Tourist visa is for those wanting to visit their family and/or friends or wanting to do some sightseeing or to do a short course or explore business opportunity. Some Visitor or Tourist visas are granted automatically and others will be manually assessed to make sure applicants have the means to support themselves and incentive to return home.

Our experienced immigration lawyer frequently draft submissions to accompany the visa applications requiring manual assessment.

Our migration team have helped visitors and tourists from high risk countries to visit Australia.

Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - Cambodia Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - China Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - Philippines Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - Syria Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - Vietnam Visitor or Tourist Visa 600 - Thailand

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Professional or skilled people may apply for independent skilled permanent visa or subclass 189 visa if their occupation is in shortage in Australia, and if they obtained certain points for their personal attributes. This is a points-tested visa and visa application is by invitation only.

Our experienced immigration lawyer can guide you and explain how to maximise points.

Skilled Independent 189 visa

Similarly, to the points-based Skilled Independent 189 visa, the State Nomination visa or subclass 190 visa required a State or Territory nomination in order to be invited to apply for this visa.

Our experienced migration team can explain the nomination process and assist you in applying for the State Nomination (Permanent) visa or subclass190 visa.

State Nominated visa or 190 visa

Depending on when a student was granted his or her first student visa, a recently graduated student may apply for a Temporary Graduate visa or 485 visa. And the visa duration is between 18 months (Graduate Work) to 4 years (Post-Study Work) with full work rights.

Our experienced immigration lawyer will explain to you which of Temporary Graduate visa or 485 visa to apply.

Temporary Graduate visa or 485 visa

All permanent visas are valid for 5 years from the date of grant allowing the holders unlimited entries into Australia.

Regardless of the type of permanent visa or subclass that was originally granted, every permanent visa holder has to apply for a Resident Return Visa (RRV) or subclass 155 visa to replace their original visa if they want to return to Australia.

Resident Return Visa or 155 visa

Protection or subclass 866 visa is a permanent visa granted to people who fear returning to their home country because of their religion or race or political opinion or nationality or who they are (membership of a particular social group). These reasons are collectively known as the Convention reasons. In addition, there is also the Complementary protection if there is a real risk of suffering significant harm for those whose lives have been threatened or subject to cruel or inhuman treatment or punishment or the death penalty if they were returned to their home country.

Protection (Refugee) visa or subclass 866 visa
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