The Australian visa system is complex with approximately 100 different types of visas currently available with each visa having its own eligibility criteria and requirements.
At Opening Australia, we listen to your objectives and present to you in clear language the path that is best suited to your circumstance and the steps along the way.
As mentioned above, there are many different types of Australian visas, some of them are temporary while others are permanent visas.
Here is a list of some visas not mentioned under other headings on our website:
- Former Resident visa (subclass 151) and Resident Return Visa (Subclasses 155 and 157)
- Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462) and Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)
- Visitor visa (subclass 600) and Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601) and eVisitor (subclass 651)
- Training and Research visa (subclass 402) and Training visa (subclass 407) and Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa (subclass 400) and Temporary Activity visas (subclass 408)
- Distinguished Talent visa (subclass 124) and Distinguished Talent visa (subclass 858)
- Medical treatment (subclass 602) visa
- Investor Retirement (subclass 405) visa
- Bridging visas
No matter where you are currently located, contact us to find out from our Immigration Lawyers or Migration Agents what is the best visa option for you, or the person who you are enquiring on behalf of.
"The team at Opening Australia were excellent throughout. They explained precisely what was required from me at the very start, ensuring my application had the highest chance of acceptance by guiding me through each stage, from reference requirements, to medical and insurance requirements. Their attention to detail was superb and I felt like they really cared about the acceptance of the Visa. I'm delighted to have had my application approved within 2 weeks, which is a testament to the professionalism of the team at Opening Australia"