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Applying for an Australian Parent Visa

Are you missing your children? Grandchildren? Sons/Daughters-in-law? (Perhaps not, but let’s move on). Have the individuals you’ve given life to, toddled off to Australia, gained their citizenship/permanent residence and forgotten to invite you to the party? Never fear, Australia has temporary and permanent solutions to bridging the gap between you and your offspring. There areRead more

The benefits of an initial consultation with a migration agent.

Registered Migration Agents

There are numerous reasons as to why a paid consultation with a migration agent would be of invaluable use to visa applicants. Whilst the Department of Immigration’s (DIBP) website, various forums and Facebook pages provide advice as to the type of documentation that is required, it does not highlight the significance of when it isRead more

Newsletter May 19th 2017

Registered Migration Agents

Sharing all things migration and visa related with our valued clients We hope you find this month’s newsletter informative South Australia If you are currently on a 457 visa working in South Australia, you may qualify for state nomination for a 190 or 489 General Skilled Migration visa. You can nominate an occupation on eitherRead more

BUDGET 2017: HOW IT WILL AFFECT AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES & VISA APPLICANTS

budget 2017

The Australian Government has made radical changes to migration over the last weeks and last night’s budget was no exception. Unsurprisingly, Visa Application Charges (VAC’s) will increase come 1 July 2017. The Government has announced that all current VAC’s will be indexed annually in line with the forecast Consumer Price Index. Further, there will beRead more

Parent Visas – New rules on pension transfers

5th April 2017 Considering a parent visa….. then consider your pension. If you are from the UK and are planning to come over on a parent visa to retire in Australia you should consider what you want to do with your UK pension scheme. The HMRC last made changes in April 2015 and because ofRead more