Visa and Migration Services
Whether you want to just visit Australia on a tourist visa, study or work in Australia, or apply for permanent residence and ultimately become an Australian Citizen, you need to know how Australia’s complex visa system works. With over 140 visas available, it’s crucial that you come on the most beneficial visa, especially if you wish to extend your stay, apply for a new visa, or return to Australia at a later date.
A simple mistake on a temporary visa application may mean you are not eligible to apply for any other visa while you are in Australia. Using the services of an experienced migration agent will give you the best chance of getting the right visa with the right conditions.
Our pledge to you is that we will assist you with any visa enquiry, regardless of where you are from, or what type of visa you want to apply for. We offer a very professional, highly competitive service to all our clients, and are proud of our reputation of offering honest advice and a truly personalised service.
Applying for a visa unassisted can not only end up costing you more time and money, but can limit your options for the future.
We offer a free, no obligation initial consultation to all genuine applicants at our office in the Adelaide CBD (by appointment only – please see our contact details below). If you wish to proceed after your initial consultation, we will send you a detailed quote outlining our very competitive fees for the comprehensive service we offer all our clients. As each client’s case is unique, our quotes reflect your specific requirements.
Migration agents operating in Australia are required by law to be registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA).
All registered migration agents must:
Meet the qualification requirements for registration, which includes a sound knowledge of Australian migration law and procedures (for initial registration) and ongoing professional development activities (for subsequent registration);be of good character; and abide by the Migration Agents Code of Conduct which they are required to display in their offices (the Code of Conduct sets out in detail the professional and ethical standards that a Registered Migration Agent must adhere to, and has legal force as set out in Schedule 2 of Regulation 8 of the Migration Agent’s Regulations 1998).
If you discover that the person who has given you Immigration advice and assistance is unregistered, you should immediately contact the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) in your capital city in person or by telephone on 131 881.