Migrate to Australia Successfully with our Migration Agents

With the number of Australian visas available, the migration process may seem daunting and overwhelming. For a reliable and efficient immigration service, speak to one of the registered migration agents at This Is Australia. Since 2001, we have successfully helped thousands of overseas students, couples, families and corporate clients with their migration to Australia. Let us assist in untangling the intricacies of Australian migration law by providing expert guidance throughout your visa application.

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  • Why Should You Choose Our Migration Agents?

    • Australian owned and operated since 2001
    • Free initial consultation through our online visa assessment or in-person appointments
    • Large team of multilingual staff
    • An ethical and reliable company to work with
    • We liaise with the Immigration Department on your behalf
    • Legal expertise, with up-to-date advice
    • Efficient & cost-effective services
    • Personalised services and initial comprehensive evaluation
  • What Clients Say
  • Australia’s top travel destinations

    Australia’s top travel destinations – Our top 5 Most people put Australia right at the top of their travel wish-lists. It’s no surprise really, not when you consider the vast array of travel destinations to choose from. It’s impossible to list them all in detail, so we’ll stick to the most recognised. One thing’s for […]

  • Family visa announcement

    IMPORTANT – Family visa announcement The DIBP head of family visas announced at the MIA conference that from 18 November 2017 any family visa applications (and perhaps others) lodged without supporting documentation will be subject to refusal with no request for further information or other 28-day notification etc… They seem to be targeting people who […]

  • Updates to RCB and postcodes

    Regional Australia – updates to RCB and postcodes Legislative Instrument – F2017L01460 – IMMI 17/059: Regional Certifying Bodies and Regional Postcodes Instrument 2017, specifies the postcodes for the parts of Australia defined as regional Australia for migration purposes and the list of relevant Regional Certifying Bodies (RCB). Regional Certifying Bodies Schedule 1 of the Instrument specifies the […]

  • Grandfathering provisions announced

    Grandfathering provisions 457 to ENS/RSMS announced The DIBP Fact Sheet Two: Reforms to Australia’s permanent skilled migration program, November 2017, updates the previous versions and provides guidance on the grandfathering provisions for holders of Subclass 457 visas up to and on 18 April 2017. These visa holders will be able to access certain existing provisions under the TRT […]

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*Please note that these figures are based on the 2016 – 2017 financial year.


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