STUDENT VISAS

This visa program was designed for foreign students who wish to complete CRICOS registered courses. These courses can be English courses, Certificates, Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas, Associate Degrees, Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s Degrees and Doctoral Degrees.

GRADUATE VISAS

This visa program was designed for students who have completed at least 2 academic years (92 weeks) of study in Australia while holding a Student Visa and have been awarded a qualification (Diploma, Trade Qualification, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree or Doctoral Degree) that employers recognize and value. During the validity of the visa, the visa holder has full work rights.

GRADUATE VISAS

This visa program was designed for students who have completed at least 2 academic years (92 weeks) of study in Australia while holding a Student Visa and have been awarded a qualification (Diploma, Trade Qualification, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree or Doctoral Degree) that employers recognize and value. During the validity of the visa, the visa holder has full work rights.

VISITOR/TOURIST VISAS

These visas are suitable for people who wish to visit Australia for tourism, to engage in business activities or to visit family and friends. There are different types of Visitor Visas available depending on the purpose of the trip and/or the country of passport.

There is also a visa available for people who wish to come to Australia to undergo medical treatment, organ transplants, organ donations, support people, residents of Western Province of Papua New Guinea or for people over 50 years old who applied for Permanent Residency (PR) and have failed a Medical examination.

WORKING HOLIDAY VISAS/ WORK AND HOLIDAY VISA

These visa programs were introduced to encourage cultural exchange and closer ties between countries by allowing young people to have an extended holiday supported by short-term employment, with a particular focus on regional Australia.

Recently, the opportunity to renew these visas twice was introduced as a response to seasonal labour shortages in regional Australia.

WORKING HOLIDAY VISAS/ WORK AND HOLIDAY VISA

These visa programs were introduced to encourage cultural exchange and closer ties between countries by allowing young people to have an extended holiday supported by short-term employment, with a particular focus on regional Australia.

Recently, the opportunity to renew these visas twice was introduced as a response to seasonal labour shortages in regional Australia.

EMPLOYER SPONSORED VISAS

Currently, there are three different types of Employer Sponsored Visas, two are temporary/provisional visas that can lead to a permanent visa (if all requirements are met) and one that is permanent. These visas involve at least two stages as both the sponsoring company and the applicant need to meet separate requirements.

SKILLED MIGRATION (POINTS TESTED VISAS)

These visas are based on an individual’s skills and experience and do not require an employer sponsor. Their aim is to fill critical skill gaps in the Australian labour market which make it difficult for business to secure skilled works. By analyzing the labour market, the Department seeks to create ever-changing lists on in-demand occupations where Australia is experiencing labour shortages.

States and territories can nominate people with particular skills to complement and shape their own labour market. To achieve this, they all create their own occupation lists with their own criteria for selection. State nomination attracts additional points for the applicant.

SKILLED MIGRATION (POINTS TESTED VISAS)

These visas are based on an individual’s skills and experience and do not require an employer sponsor. Their aim is to fill critical skill gaps in the Australian labour market which make it difficult for business to secure skilled works. By analyzing the labour market, the Department seeks to create ever-changing lists on in-demand occupations where Australia is experiencing labour shortages.

States and territories can nominate people with particular skills to complement and shape their own labour market. To achieve this, they all create their own occupation lists with their own criteria for selection. State nomination attracts additional points for the applicant.

PARTNER VISAS

Partner Visas are available to people who are in a genuine, exclusive, ongoing and committed relationship with an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen.

There are several pathways and requirements to be met. The right pathway for you will depend upon a number of factors including:

  • Country of passport

  • Whether you are in a de-facto relationship, married or engaged.

  • The duration of your relationship

  • Whether you live in Australia or in any other country

  • Whether you can obtain a visa to get into Australia and lodge from within Australia (onshore application)

There is also an offshore visa pathway for couples who do not meet the residency requirements and have made plans to get married after the applicant’s first entry to Australia.

PARENT VISAS

Settled Australian Citizens, Permanent residents and Eligible New Zealand Citizens may be able to sponsor their parents for one of the different Parent Visas available.

Most Parent Visa pathways lead to permanent residence. From April 2019, the Government has introduced a new Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, which will allow parents of Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents to enter Australia for 3 to 5 years (for a maximum of 10 years).

PARENT VISAS

Settled Australian Citizens, Permanent residents and Eligible New Zealand Citizens may be able to sponsor their parents for one of the different Parent Visas available.

Most Parent Visa pathways lead to permanent residence. From April 2019, the Government has introduced a new Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, which will allow parents of Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents to enter Australia for 3 to 5 years (for a maximum of 10 years).

OTHER FAMILY VISAS

Besides Partner and Parent Visas, there are other Family visas available such as:

  • Child Visa

  • Orphan Relative Visa

  • Remaining Relative Visa

  • Carer Visa

BRIDGING VISAS

The overall purpose of the bridging visa program is to provide lawful status in Australia to non-citizens. A Bridging Visa B provides a travel facility to people who hold either a BVA or BVB and have a substantial reason for leaving and entering Australia while their visa application or other immigration matters (i.e. AAT appeals) are being processed.

BRIDGING VISAS

The overall purpose of the bridging visa program is to provide lawful status in Australia to non-citizens. A Bridging Visa B provides a travel facility to people who hold either a BVA or BVB and have a substantial reason for leaving and entering Australia while their visa application or other immigration matters (i.e. AAT appeals) are being processed.

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