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Embark on your migration journey with confidence

Increase your chance of visa success with a trusted Australian migration agent

Our highly trained migration agents are committed to helping people start a new life in Australia. Bringing decades of experience and extensive knowledge in migration issues, our agents can help you apply for the right visa, gather the required paperwork, and break down the costs involved.

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Australian Migration Agents are fully registered: MARN 2318221

What sets Australian Migration Agents apart

Understanding the different visa options

Australia offers a wide range of visa options to suit people’s individual circumstances. Some of the most popular categories include:

  • Partner visas enable spouses, de-facto parters, parents, children, and other relatives of Australian citizens or residents to live in Australia.
  • Parent visas are for a parent of either an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.
  • Family visas have a range of visas that are available to applicants that facilitate family reunification for different reasons.
  • Protection visas provide refuge to those who fear persecution in their home country and seek asylum in Australia.
  • Work and skilled visas give people the chance to live and work in Australia based on their qualifications and skill shortages.

Australian visa application steps

The application process can be a complex and time-consuming journey, with strict eligibility criteria and a certain amount of evidence required to support your application. A registered migration agent can help you gather the correct documents and improve your chances of visa success. 

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Step 1

Initial consultation

Book a free consultation with one of our registered migration agents, where we’ll discuss your situation and see how we can help you move forward.

Step 2

Application preparation & submission

Your Australia visa agent will prepare a submission to support your application, tailored to your unique situation and backed by all the documents required. Once completed, we’ll submit your application to the Department of Home Affairs on your behalf.

Step 3

Visa outcome

We’ll be in touch once the Department has come to a decision. If the application isn’t granted, we can appeal on your behalf.

About Australian Migration Agents

At Australian Migration Agents, we work closely with you to ensure your application is accurate, thorough, and detailed. We combine this attention to detail with our extensive experience in Australian immigration to further reinforce your visa application.

Here’s why clients choose us for trusted immigration advice:

  • We have a deep understanding of the visa evidence required for a successful outcome 
  • Our streamlined approach means we can get your application to submission stage quickly
  • We offer onshore and offshore migration assistance for all visa types

Take the hassle-free route to your Australian visa

Starting your Australian visa application can be a daunting and challenging process.

By consulting an Australia visa expert, you can ask any questions, discuss the steps involved, and gain a clearer understanding of the road ahead. You’ll still be in control of your application, but we can help provide guidance and advice along the way.

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Key information about Australian visas

Between 2023 and 2024, there are 190,000 places available for permanent migration to Australia. To break that down further:

  • Skilled visas – 137,100 places
  • Family visas and partner visas – 52,500 places
  • Special eligibility - 400 places 

In the wake of the pandemic, there has been a notable increase in visa applications submitted by migration experts, driven by heightened uncertainty around visa outcomes. As international travel steadily rebounds, the demand for visas is expected to surge, putting pressure on the visa application system and potentially resulting in longer processing times.

As registered Australian migration agents, we have access to the most up-to-date information about the migration process and visa requirements. With this knowledge, we can ensure your application ticks all the boxes to minimise processing delays, so you can start your pathway to permanent residency with confidence.


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Australian visa types

There are a number of different visa categories to choose from, depending on your situation. 

Partner visas

Allow eligible individuals to reunite with their Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.

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Parent visas

Allows for parents of either an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.

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Family visas

Allow family members of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or Eligible New Zealand citizen.

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Protection visas

Allows those who qualify as refugees to seek asylum in Australia, where they can live, study and work.

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Work & skilled visas

Allow you to live and work in Australia based on your job skills and contribution to the Australian workforce.

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Australia-wide services

Our skilled team offers in-person and virtual appointments, which means we can provide immigration assistance and advice regardless of where you live in Australia.  

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Frequently asked questions

How much do Australian migration agents charge?

Australian migration agent fees can vary depending on the type of visa application, the complexity of the case, the agent's experience and reputation, and the level of service provided. Some will charge hourly rates for their services, particularly for tasks that go beyond standard application preparation, such as appeals or reviews. Others offer fixed fees upfront, so you know exactly how much to budget for their services. 

At Australian Migration Agents, we charge fixed rates for most cases. We’ll provide a quote after your first consultation once we have a better understanding of the services you require. We tailor our fees to your needs to ensure you get the advice and support you need for your specific situation.

Is it worth using a migration agent?

Using a migration agent has many benefits that help make the visa process easier, less stressful, and quicker.

  • Expertise - If your visa application is complex, a migration agent's expertise can be invaluable, as they can guide you through the intricacies of the immigration system.
  • Save time - If you're unfamiliar with Australian immigration laws, regulations, and paperwork, a migration agent can save you time and reduce the risk of errors.
  • Language assistance - If you're not proficient in English, a migration agent can help bridge the language gap and ensure that your application is accurate and well-prepared.
  • Increased chance of success - Migration agents have a deep understanding of visa requirements and can help you present a stronger case, potentially increasing your chances of visa approval
  • Appeals - If your application is rejected, having an immigration agent can be crucial when appealing or seeking a review of the decision.

For further information about how Australian migration consultants can assist you, contact our team.

How do I find a good migration agent in Australia?

Finding a good migration agent is crucial for a smooth and successful visa processing experience.

Firstly, ensure the agent you're considering is registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). MARA is the regulatory body that oversees migration agents in Australia. You can verify their registration on the MARA website.

Next, do some research - ask friends and family who have used migration firms in the past for recommendations and conduct some online searches. Once you have a shortlist of agents, schedule some consultations and use this opportunity to discuss your case, express any concerns, and ask questions about their experience, fees, and approach to handling applications. Some agents offer free consultations so you can see if you’re a good fit before progressing. 

Who can give immigration advice in Australia?

In Australia, only registered migration agents and legal practitioners are authorised to provide immigration advice and assistance. That includes:

  • Registered Australian migration agents who have undergone specific training and are registered with the MARA. They are authorised to provide immigration advice and assistance, prepare visa applications, and represent clients before the Department of Home Affairs.
  • Legal practitioners who are registered with the relevant legal authorities in Australia. They are authorised to offer legal representation and services related to immigration matters.
  • Exempt persons who can provide limited immigration advice and assistance, such as members of parliament or their staff (but only in their capacity as public officials and not for a fee), some government officials who may provide immigration-related information as part of their duties, and family members or friends who provide assistance without receiving any form of payment or fee.

How do I get permanent residency? 

There are many routes leading to permanent residency and from there, Australian citizenship. The specific requirements and eligibility criteria for a permanent residency visa can vary depending on your current visa subclass and your individual circumstances - one of our migration agents would be happy to discuss this with you during your consultation. 

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