Bridging visas are part of migration law area that is commonly misunderstood. Very often you might not even realize that you have been given a bridging visa. I will explain all bridging visas focussing on the most popular ones.
There is not much easy to understand and well summarized information about bridging visas, which is why I have decided to write […]
From 20th November 2015 no health check is required for all countries listed below if the visa applied for is temporary (e.g. all student visa subclasses, 457, etc.).
This is a very positive change of the Department of Immigration department that will not only save you time during visa processing but also make it cheaper. For example, currently a medical examination for […]
Welcome to my new blog about Australian visa system. Here you will be able to find useful information about whatever can help you stay legally (or ‘lawfully’ like immigration law likes to call it) in Australia.
You may find it useful whether you need information on to get a new visa that would let you into Australia or perhaps you’re planning […]
Over last couple of years there were not many occasions where the Department of Immigration (DIBP) made visa regulations easier for applicants. Long gone are times when cooks and hairdressers completed 2 year long courses, applied for skill assessment and were granted permanent residency.
In certain areas though DIBP has improved chances for people to work legally in Australia. Student visa […]