You can not sponsor yourself in Australia unless if you own a business that can potentially bring a great contribution to Australia.
Visit the DHA website to find out about the pricing for each visa type.
There are numerous types of visa options available to live and work in Australia. Find out more information about the main types of visa here.
There is no obligation by law for an employer to sponsor your visa.
Australian Registered Migration Agents can certify your original documents. Other persons who can certify documents include Public Notaries, Magistrates, Justices of the Peace, Commissioners of Declarations, Commissioners of Affidavits, solicitors,… read more →
The additional pathway to permanent residence for New Zealand citizens is done through the visa subclass 189. The applicant must meet certain criteria to become a permanent resident, to find… read more →
Our fees do not include any Government charges or costs associated with obtaining medicals, police clearances and English tests.
You, as the subclass 457 visa holder, will be responsible for health costs incurred in Australia by you and your accompanying family members. Please note that your private health insurance… read more →
For the Australian Government to determine whether you are of good character, you may be asked to provide police certificates for each country you have lived in for 12 months… read more →
Generally, the department will issue a Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) regarding your subclass 482 visa towards the end of the 28-day period unless you have already applied… read more →