What can we assist you with?
Visa Agents Australia offers two (2) types of services:
• Advice; and
• Full Representation.
OpTION 1 – advice
If you want to simply obtain advice in relation to a migration matter we can provide an initial legal assessment by appointment. If you are in the Brisbane area we can meet face to face to conduct the assessment. If you are interstate or overseas the assessment can easily be done over the telephone, SKYPE or in writing via email. Whatever mode of communication is most convenient to you can be facilitated. An initial legal assessment can encompass any migration issue or query including (but not limited to):
If you are an applicant:
determining your migration options generally;
determining your eligibility for migration under a specific visa;
ascertaining what is required for specific visa applications;
reviewing potential issues or matters of concern in relation to pending or future visa applications;
reviewing the options to appeal refused visa applications;
determining your obligations under certain visa conditions.
If you are a sponsor
(family sponsor or business sponsor):
what options are available to you to sponsor an overseas individual;
what information and evidence would you need to supply to sponsor an overseas individual;
what obligations are imposed should your sponsorship be approved;
what rights do you have as a sponsor should you be approved.
If you are not sure as to whether you can or will or should proceed with a migration matter a initial legal assessment is very useful. Even if you decide you may wish to do the migration process yourself a initial legal assessment will provide you with clarity and guidance in relation to the matter. These assessments are extremely useful to ensure that you are on the right track in relation to your migration matter. Contact our office to discuss whether a initial legal assessment is recommended or if you would like to book an appointment.
OpTION 2 – Full Representation
Full representation as the term suggests is for Visa Agents Australia to take on your migration visa application or appeal in its entirety and manage it from the beginning to the end. If you have already commenced a visa application or appeal and wish to engage our services throughout the process that is fine also. Essentially, to engage our full services is to have us represent you from now on with the Department of Home Affairs or Tribunal (whichever may be the case).
Essentially, to engage our full services is to have us represent you from now on with the Department of Immigration or Tribunal (whichever may be the case).
In many instances, you may undergo an initial legal assessment and then after being confirmed you can proceed with a certain migration option decide to engage our full representation.
Each matter is individual and may require different levels of service. Generally however if full representation is engaged we will provide you with:-
reviewing the relevant Migration Law and other affiliated rules and guidelines (ie. skills assessments);
liaising with the Department of Home Affairs, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and any other bodies or departments affiliated with your migration (ie. skills assessing bodies);
review of your documentation;
assessment of your documentation and information ensuring compliance with the necessary requirements;
preparation of your skills assessment, visa application, appeal (whichever may be the case);
drafting of submissions;
maintaining to keeping you informed throughout the process.
When our full representation is engaged a Client Agreement will be forwarded to you for review, consideration and signing. This Agreement outlines what specific work will be completed.
There are just too many visas available to provide a comprehensive review on each and every one of them. Additionally, Migration Law is always experiencing changes and therefore it is important to ensure you seek advice regarding the current legislation surrounding your particular visa requirements. Visa Agents Australia has experience in the following:-
General Skilled Migration Visas;
Employer Sponsored Visas;
Migration Review Tribunals, Refugee Review Tribunals and Administrative Appeals Tribunals.
It is important to remember that applying for any visa is a legal process in which you are required to satisfy a variety of legal requirements pursuant to the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) and Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth). The information provided on this website should only be utilised as a guide and not as legal advice. It is advised that should you wish to proceed with any Australian visa application that you seek informed professional advice in relation to your particular case and circumstances. Individuals should seek professional advice in relation to their eligibility, possible issues or matters of concern and processing requirements.