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Working Holiday visas now available for applicants up to 35 years of age!

Age limit increased from 30 to 35 years (for 417 & 462 Visas)! Young backpackers have been travelling and working their way around Australia on… Read More

New Partner Visa Rules – what you need to know, now that the new rules are in place!Apply ASAP whilst the queue is short, and the rules are relaxed!

If you want a partner visa, but you missed the opportunity to apply before 1 July, then you need to deal with the new… Read More

Act quickly if you want an Australian partner visa!The rules (and fees) change on 1 July 2017.

The new rules add an extra stage – basically this stage requires the Australian partner to secure the DIBP’s permission to sponsor you, before you… Read More

In love with an Australian?You need to know about the 1 July changes!If your current visa is about to expire, then you need to apply NOW!

The main changes are: The partner visa process will have an extra stage added (as if it wasn’t hard enough already!), where the Australian… Read More

The new 457 work visa rules

Yet again the Australian government has changed the visa rules – indeed they seem to do this annually which is why The Migration Place has… Read More

Even more reason to have a working holiday in Australia!

If you are currently on a 417 or 462 Visa, there are some important changes that give you even more reason to come to Australia!… Read More

Australian Government has banned 457 visas!

We all know that the Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) or simply 457 visa is the most commonly used program for employers to… Read More

A Kiwi’s Guide to Permanent Residency! Kiwis living in Australia for more than 5 years can now get permanent residency!

Why do Kiwis need residency?   New Zealanders who arrived after 26 February 2001 on a special category (subclass 444) visa can now apply… Read More

A new parent visa has been unveiled

On 09 May 2017 the government announced a new visa that will allow migrants the option of paying for and supporting their parents financially if… Read More

Visa Cancellation – What Happened to “Innocent until proven guilty?”

A fundamental pillar of our legal system is that a person is ‘innocent until proven guilty’. Our current migration laws allow a visa to be… Read More