Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and eligible New Zealand citizens who have parents living overseas may want to bring them to Australia either temporarily or permanently. There are many pathways to parent visas, but they can be expensive and/or incur extensive wait time, and the fees for them are constantly changing. First, parents must have

  Australia is known worldwide as “the Lucky Country”, and it’s a magnet for migrants from many parts of the globe with dreams of making a better life for themselves and their families. As the land of opportunity, it has been actively promoted as a desirable and welcoming location for migration for many years. But

You have the opportunity to travel and explore investment/business options with the local city council and business leaders as well as Business and Skilled Migration Queensland. The business investor trip organised for May 2018 will include entry into one of the country’s biggest livestock expo. Please contact us for more details of how you can

  Many changes to Australian visas will take place in 2018, ranging from temporary skill shortage visa to new temporary parent visas. Take a close look at what significant reforms and potential changes to expect for. Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa will Replace the 457 Visa The final stage of the 457 visa reform will finalise

According to Department of Immigration and Border Protection, If you hold a 457 visa, you could apply for permanent residence (PR) through the TRT stream of the 186 or 187 visa after March 2018. To assist you to understand your eligibility to PR through 186/187, we have compiled this guideline for you.  You can apply for