Visitor Visas are designed for people wishing to travel to Australia for a vacation or to visit relatives.
You are eligible for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) if you want to visit:
- Your relatives or friends in Australia;
- Australia for business visitor activities;
- Australia for a holiday;
- You want to visit for up to three, six or twelve months.
If you are already in Australia, and have a current valid visa that does not have “No further stay” condition you can apply for the Tourist Stream of the Visitor Visa online.
If you are unsure which Visitor Visa to apply for or you have any questions about the application process, please do not hesitate to contact us
Do you need a visa to bring your partner, spouse, de facto or fiancée to Australia?
If you do, then you need one of the visas in the Partner Visa Class.
The Partner Visa Class in the Family Stream enables Australian citizens, permanent residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens to sponsor their partners to join them in Australia. This is applicable to fiancé(e), spouse, and de facto partners.
Range of visa options:
If you are applying from outside Australia:
- Prospective Marriage/Fiancee Visa Subclass 300 /820/801;
- Spouse/De facto Partner Visas Subclass 309/100.
If you are applying from inside Australia:
We also help clients who were victims of family violence and who sought to apply for a permanent partner visa on the grounds of family violence or on the basis of care and custody of a child.
If you would like to find out more about partner Visas, please use the contact form.
If you wish to study in a registered full-time course in Australia or wish to provide care and support for a visa student holder who is under 18, please contact us for more information.
We can also advise you on your work rights, whether you can bring your family, healthcare requirements and appeal visa refusals on your behalf.
If you would like to enquire about Student Visas, please use the contact form.
Non-Australian citizens present in Australia may be eligible for a Bridging Visa that provides temporary lawful status in Australia for the visa holder in certain circumstances, such as:
- While awaiting a decision to grant or refuse a visa;
- Awaiting the outcome of a review of a decision; or
- While making arrangements for their departure from Australia.
There are seven bridging visa sub-classes. To find out which bridging visa is right for you please contact us.
Temporary Graduate Visa
The Temporary Graduate Visa is designed for international students who have recently graduated from an Australian educational institution. It allows the visa holder to work, live and study temporarily after they have finished their studies.
Depending on the individual circumstances of each person, the Temporary graduate visa has 2 streams:
- The Graduate Work stream that is for international students who graduate with skills and qualification that relate to an occupation considered in demand in Australian labour market, as indicated in the Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). A visa in this steam is generally granted for 18 months.
- Post-Study Work stream that offers extended offers options for working in Australia to eligible graduates of a higher education degree. Under this stream, the applicants are granted a visa between 2-4 years duration, depending on the highest educational qualification they have obtained.
If you would like to enquire about Temporary Graduate Visa, please use the contact form.
A Protection Visa (subclass 866) allows a person who engages Australia’s protection obligations to live in Australia permanently.
If you would like to enquire about Protection Visas, please use the contact form.
Temporary Protection visa (subclass 785)
Temporary Protection visa (subclass 785) allows a person who engages Australia’s protection obligations and arrived in Australia illegally, to stay in Australia temporarily for a period up to 3 years. This visa does not allow you to apply for a permanent visa.
If you would like to enquire about Refugee and Humanitarian Visas, please use the contact form.
Refugee Visa (subclass 200)
A Refugee Visa (subclass 200) allows a person who engages Australia’s protection obligations to live in Australia permanently.
If you are unsure which Refugee Visa to apply for or you have any questions about the application process, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our team has previously represented the applicant in the case CBP15 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (FCCA/2015) who won the case before the hearing based on a refugee visa.
If you would like to enquire about Refugee Visas, please use the contact form.
Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (subclass 790)
A Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (subclass 790) allows a person who engages Australia’s protection obligations and arrived in Australia illegally, to stay in Australia temporarily for a period up to 5 years. You might be eligible to apply for certain other visas in Australia.
If you would like to enquire about Safe Haven Visas, please use the contact form.
When your visa has been refused by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, you may be able to lodge an application for review to the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) or Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT). Talk to us about how we can assist with your appeal.
If the MRT or RRT affirms the Department’s refusal decision, you may lodge a request to the Minister for Immigration for intervention in your case or you may lodge an appeal to the Federal Court.
For professional immigration advice from Global migration assistance, please feel free to contact us today.
If your visa has been cancelled please call as soon as possible to talk with us your visa status. It is very important that you do not become an unlawful citizen as this can affect your future prospects of being granted a visa.
We can help you request a revocation of the cancellation and apply for a bridging visa if necessary to prevent you from becoming an unlawful citizen.
If you would like to enquire about Visa cancellations, please use the contact form.
There are so many categories of visas to select from and many different visa pathways that choosing which visa is the best option for you can be a difficult task. Each visa has different processing times and different requirements to be satisfied. Please call us today to talk with our experienced Immigration Solicitor and Registered Migration Agent to avoid applying for the wrong visa. Try to avoid lodging your application with the wrong form(s) or missing evidence. Our team make the visa application process easier by filling in your form(s), giving you a list of the required documents, preparing and lodging the visa application on your behalf. We have helped many clients from different countries & backgrounds and we provide you with professional advice and friendly service.
- Partner Visas
- Visitor Visas
- Student Visas
- Temporary Graduate Visas
- Bridging Visas
- Refugee and Humanitarian Visas
- Safe Haven Enterprise Visa
- Protection Visa
- Refugee Visa
- Visa Appeals
- Visa Cancellation