Charges for Partner Visas to Increase

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has announced a 50% increase in charges for Partner Visas to take effect from 1st January. This means that a Visa Application Charge for a Partner Visa lodged in Australia will cost nearly $7000. The increase is simply a revenue raising exercise by the Australian government and will not necessarily be accompanied by any improvement in service standards. It is a cynical manoeuvre by a desperate government that has had its other budget measures stonewalled in the Australian Senate. Further information is available from the Department.

IMSVISA in Brisbane

Kieran O'Brien, Director of IMSVISA is available for personal consultations in Brisbane. To make an appointment simple email info@imsvisa or call 07 3844 6564

Plan your working holiday wisely

 The Working Holiday in Australia has been a rite of passage now for almost 20 years. The ritual of a few days in South East Asia, a couple of weeks in Sydney, buying an ancient Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore to travel north with your mate(s), do a bit of fruit picking along the way to pay for the parties on Fraser Island or Airlie Beach and then a week or two in Cambodia, Thailand or Vietnam before returning to the real world and starting a career is the stuff of legendary stories.

Moving to Australia - Migration Fact Sheet

Some current advice from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship about your preparation to move to Australia.

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