Visas

These are some of the visas that we normally manage:

Partner (Subclasses 309/100) Visas

A combined visa application for both the provisional subclass 309 and the permanent subclass 100 visas for visa applicants who are outside of Australia.

Partner (Subclasses 820/801) Visas

A combined visa application for both the provisional subclass 820 and the permanent subclass 801 visas for visa applicants who are in Australia.

Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) Visa

A temporary visa, for applicants who are outside of Australia, that can lead to the onshore Partner (Subclasses 820/801) visa application.

Parent and Child Visas

Parent visas including the temporary Sponsored Parent (Subclass 870) Visa, the Contributory Parent (Subclasses 173 and 143) Visas and Child visas including the Child (Subclasses 101 and 802) Visas.

Employer-Sponsored Visas

The visas that enable skilled workers to work and live in Australia, sponsored or nominated by an employer: Temporary Skill Shortage (Subclass 482) Visa, Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186), Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Subclass 494) Visa.

General Skilled Migration Visas

The visas that enable skilled workers to work and live in Australia without the sponsorship or nomination by an employer but may be nominated by a State or Territory government: Temporary Graduate (Subclass 485) Visa, Skilled - Independent (Subclass 189), Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) Visa, Skilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) Visa.

Student Visas

The Student (Subclass 500) Visa allows international students to study in Australia and the Student Guardian (Subclass 590) Visa allows a suitable guardian (such as a parent) to stay in Australia to look after an international student (who is generally under 18 years old).

Visitor Visas

Visas that allow people to come to Australia for tourism, visit family and some other purposes.

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