Are you a skilled professional who wants to work and live in Australia? The range of work visas available enable foreign applicants (and their dependent family members) who have recognised skills and work experience, to migrate to Australia. Find out more about the various visas offered, including the Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa (subclass 457), Employer Nomination Scheme and Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Visa.
To assist in reuniting immediate or extended family with their eligible Australian relatives and spouses, there are a number of Australian family and spouse visas offered. Select from temporary and permanent options that are best suited to your circumstances, which consist of Spouse Visas (subclass 820/ 801), Prospective Marriage Visas (subclass 300), Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 173/143) and other Family visas.
If you have skills and qualifications that match Australia’s needs and are interested in migrating to Australia, you are able to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect. If you are a successful applicant, you will then be issued an invitation to apply for a skilled migration visa, comprising of the Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189), Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) and the Skilled Regional Visa (subclass 489).
As business visas are known for being the most difficult visas to apply for, This Is Australia are here to provide industry knowledge and guidelines to help business owners and investors with their complex migration matters. Maximise your chances of a successful application as we provide advice on corporate services, Australian citizenship requirements, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Business Talent Visa (subclass 132) and Business Innovation and Investment Visa (subclass 188/888).
Accelerate your career or learn a new profession by studying in Australia. The student visa program offers foreign students the opportunity to study with a variety of popular diploma courses (subclass 572), study English (subclass 570) and bachelor’s and master’s degrees (subclass 573). Discover how you can obtain a student visa and potentially become a permanent Australian resident.
Start your pathway to Australian permanent residency as our registered migration agents help determine your visa eligibility and provide assistance with your documentation, fees and submission process. Contact our Queensland office today on (07) 5592 0755.
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.
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
The NSW occupation lists for 2017/18 are out! The list for the Skilled (Nominated) 190 visa has shrunk to 130 occupations. 51 occupations have been removed and there are 10 new occupations. Find: NSW occupation lists New on the 190 list 232111 Architect 233111 Chemical Engineer 233411 Electronics Engineer 233511 Industrial Engineer 233513 Production or Plant […]
What is a caveat? Certain occupations on the 457 visa and ENS 186 visa occupation lists have been marked to have additional requirements these occupations have to satisfy. These additional requirements are termed “caveats”. Are you affected? They affect 457 visa applications that were lodged on or after 1 July 2017, or were lodged before […]
For all citizenship applications on and from 20 April 2017, the applicant must: Hold permanent residency for at least four years before they can apply for citizenship In their time as a permanent resident, cannot have spent more than 365 days overseas Provide evidence of competent English language proficiency – the scores for competent English […]
List of removed occupations Occupations entirely removed from the list of eligible skilled occupation on 19 April 2017 are listed below. A further 16 occupations on the MLTSSL (indicated by ‘** asterisks’) were restricted to only apply to the following visa programmes: Skilled – Independent (subclass 189) Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) Skilled-Regional (Provisional) (subclass 489) […]
Skilled Migration Success Rate:99
Work Visas Success Rate:99
Student Visa Success Rate:97
Family & Spouse Visa Success Rate:99
*Please note that these figures are based on the 2016 – 2017 financial year.