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Can I apply for an Australian visa from overseas?

Q. Can I apply for an Australian visa from overseas?A. Yes. You can apply for an Australian visa while you are residing overseas. We have extensive experience in dealing with overseas clients, and are able to arrange your...[more]


Should I employ the services of an Australian based migration agent or one from my country of residence?

Q. Should I employ the services of an Australian based migration agent or one from my country of residence? A. Using an Australian based migration provider is the best option. Given the complex nature of Australian...[more]


Why does it benefit me to be represented by an Australian immigration lawyer?

Q. Why does it benefit me to be represented by an Australian immigration lawyer? A. It’s useful to be aware of some of the more noticeable distinctions between Australian Lawyers practicing immigration law and Non-Lawyer...[more]


What visa type should I apply for?

Q. What visa type should I apply for?A. This will depend substantially on your individual set of circumstances. We suggest that you complete our FREE Visa Eligibility Assessment (VEA) and then choose which of our services...[more]


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Q. Can you offer any guarantees that my visa application will be successful?

A. Unfortunately, we cannot offer you any guarantees regarding the outcome of your application. For a visa application to be successful, you as the applicant must satisfy all requirements of the visa class being applied for. This is ultimately up to the...
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