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5 best jobs for immigration to Australia

By |August 14th, 2015|

Wondering if your job qualifies as ‘easy’ to migrate to Australia?

In my comparison I have used a few subjective criteria that in my opinion help to select a job with the biggest chance of success. You might find this article useful whether you are a person that have just finished high school or have plenty […]

What English is required for skilled migration?

By |June 19th, 2015|

The level of English required is a topic that causes a lot of confusion among people who are thinking or are in the middle of applying for temporary visa or permanent residency in Australia. What English should I have to migrate? What English requirements should I meet.

Well, there is no short answer to this question. […]

Skilled migration to Australia – what are my chances ? 1 minute quiz.

By |April 30th, 2015|

Ever wondered if your qualifications are sufficient to migrate to Australia ? Do want to find out quickly ?

We have prepared a flowchart for you that which could answer you whether skilled migration to Australia is possible at all.

As every person’s circumstances are different this flowchart should be regarded as a big simplification of an […]

How good is your passport?

By |April 9th, 2015|

Being a bit off my advice-focused topics today I would like to mention about something more light-hearted. I have found an interesting ranking that compares access to visa-free countries based on holder’s passport. The ranking prepared by global consulting firm Henley & Partners have analyzed 94 countries and ranked them based on the freedom of […]

Bringing children while on student visa.

By |March 20th, 2015|

While talking to my clients I often get asked about the cost and possibilities of sending their children to school. In this article I would like to discuss a scenario when the main applicant holds a student visa while their child holds a dependant student visa. Usually that covers parents holding visa subclass 570 – […]

From student visa to permanent residency – overview.

By |January 23rd, 2015|

If you about to finish your course the chances are you will be thinking of staying in Australia permanently. In fact this is something you have probably been planning for a long time.
Transition from being a student to permanent residency is not as easy and straightforward as it used to be a couple years ago. […]

Decision ready application. Why does it matter?

By |October 31st, 2014|

For some time now the Department of Immigration (DIBP) has been changing its attitude towards visa applications being lodged that are not ‘decision ready’.

So what does a ‘decision ready application’ mean?

In short this is an application where based on all information and documents you have provided a favourable decision can be made by migration officer. […]

Staying without a visa? Risky business!!

By |October 2nd, 2014|

Are you having any problems staying without a visa or perhaps your visa will expire soon and you are not sure what options you have?

This time I would like to touch up on potential scenarios and consequences of not complying with visa conditions.

Although not only visa holders but also sponsors (e.g. employers) are being monitored […]

Removal of multiple family visas (Parent visa and others)

By |June 6th, 2014|

Important update: these visas have been restored as of 26th September 2014.

On 2nd June the Department of Immigration removed a whole range of family visas. These are:

Parent visa (subclass 103)
Aged Parent visa (subclass 804)
Aged Dependent Relative visa (subclasses 114 and 838)
Remaining Relative visa (subclasses 115 and 835)
Carer visa (subclasses 116 and 836)

It is sad to […]

State nomination – when you can’t find a sponsor..

By |April 30th, 2014|

Probably many of you have heard about ‘state migration’, ‘state nomination’, or being ‘sponsored/nominated by a state’. In the post today I would like to clarify what state migration actually is and how it differs from other migration streams such as being sponsored directly by an employer.

State or territory governments similarly to employers constantly monitor […]