• Immigration & Visa Australia

  • Australian Visa Application Mistakes - Top 5

    Australian Visa Application Mistakes - what are they? Australian Visa mistakes can be avoided if an applicant can meet the prescribed eligibility criteria for the relevant subclass and submit a valid and correct Visa application. This [...]

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    Is your Visa being cancelled? What can you do?

    Visa Cancellation - Know What You Can Do Today. The Department of Home Affairs’ Annual Report 2017-2018 revealed that 57,440 Visas were cancelled during the prior financial year, of which 900 were on character grounds. To be clear, the [...]

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    Business Innovation and Investment Visa - why using an immigration lawyer makes sense

    Business Innovation and Investment Visa - Use An Expert! Business Innovation and Investment Visas are complex areas of Australian Immigration Legislation. It is important to get expert advice. Australia’s immigration legislation [...]

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    What can you do if your visa application is refused?

    Having a visa application refused can be extremely disappointing. After spending considerable time completing forms, gathering documents and having paid the relevant fee - which is generally only refundable in limited circumstances - receiving a [...]

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    The meaning of “good character” in your visa application

    To be granted temporary or permanent entry to Australia, whether you are the main applicant or an additional applicant on a visa application, you will need to pass the character test set out in the Migration Act 1958 (Cth). The character [...]

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    Innovation and Investment visas - Business

    The Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) forms part of the Business Innovation and Investment Program, introduced to attract entrepreneurs and investors to Australia. If you have business skills, sufficient assets, [...]

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    What happens if you commit a crime whilst on a visa?

    Commit a crime on a visa? Know your rights and what to do.     The Migration Act 1958 (Cth) (the ‘Act’) sanctions the removal of unlawful non-citizens who enter Australia. An unlawful, non-citizen, includes persons who commit a crime [...]

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    Domestic Violence and Visas

    Domestic Violence and Visas - Your rights  Domestic violence is not acceptable or tolerated in Australia. If you are living in Australia on a visa and experiencing family and domestic violence you will likely be very concerned, not only about [...]

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    Immigration – update on Partner Visas

    Update on Partner Visas and Same-Sex Marriages The Migration Act 1958 (Cth) allows Australian citizens to bring eligible family members to live in Australia through the family migration stream. Eligible applicants include spouses, a fiancé, de [...]

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    On a Visa and Employed? Know your rights   Working in a foreign country can be a confusing obstacle course of unscrupulous bosses, unfamiliar law and no fall-back plan. If you are paying tax and earning your living working for Australian [...]

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