Visa application

Do you need to apply for an Australian visa?

Do you need help with your Australian visa application? We deal with most visa subclasses including family and spouse visas, but some of our most popular are:

  • Skilled Work Visa (Temporary & Permanent) – Do you have a skill or qualification that Australia wants? Let us look for you! Send us your CV (resume) and we will assess for free if you are perhaps eligible for a potential permanent work sponsorship visa. This visa grant can lead to permanent Australian Citizenship.
  • Student Visa – We have school all across Australia to choose from, including Byron Bay, Sydney and the sunny Gold Coast. The student visa Subclass 500 is to assist in furthering the education and vocational skills for applicants wanting more points for permanent points based visa nominations with the Australian Government. This visa is also considered a ‘visa extension’ for those who genuinely want to stay longer in Australia, and increase their skills. Please note: You are allowed to work 20 hours a week on this visa subclass. We can offer you courses advice and if you proceed, we will not charge you any professional fees when we apply for your visa!!
  • Working Holiday Visa (WHV) – for young people aged 18 – 30, who want to come and work for up to 2 years in Australia (also must work 3 months in regional farm area to qualify for the 2nd year WHV). As a bonus, we at Alliance Migration offer our clients lots of Australian tips, such as the best places to find a job, accomodation information, and lots of local advice such as the best beaches, restaurants and support.

We at Alliance Migration are here to assist making your Australian experience even better!

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One thought on “Visa application

  • October 12, 2016 at 11:40 pm
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    This is some really good information about applying for a visa. I had no idea that you can get a work holiday visa if you are 18-30 years old. It does seem like it would be smart to have a professional migration agent help you get a visa.

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