Silburn Migration Solutions can assist you with a wide range of visas in several streams:
Working Holiday Visa
This visa is for young people who want to holiday and work in Australia
You might be able to get this visa if you:
- Are at least 18 but not yet 31 years of age
- Do not have dependent child accompanying you at any time during your stay in Australia
- Have a passport from an eligible company
Family stream migrants are selected based on their family relationship with their sponsor in Australia. There is no test for skills or language ability as required for skilled stream migrants.
Family stream migration has four main categories,
- a partner visa is for a spouse or de facto partner, including a same-sex partner of an Australian sponsor
- a prospective marriage visa is for a fiancé who is overseas and plans to marry their Australian sponsor after travelling to Australia.
There are three visa types in the child category:
- a child visa is for a dependent child of an Australian sponsor
- an adoption visa is for a child adopted outside Australia by an Australian sponsor
- an orphan relative visa is for a child who is under 18 years of age at the time of application and who cannot be cared for by either parent. The child will be cared for by the Australian sponsor.
There are two visa types in the parent category:
- a contributory parent visa is for parents of an Australian sponsor where the applicant pays a higher visa application charge in return for a faster processing
- a parent visa is for parents of an Australian sponsor. This visa type includes the Parent (subclass 103) and the Aged Parent (subclass 804).
4. Other family visa categories
The other family category consists of the following three visa types:
- a carer visa is for applicants willing and able to give substantial, continuing assistance to an Australian relative or member of their family who has a medical condition that impairs their ability to attend to the practical aspects of daily life. The need for assistance must be likely to continue for at least two years
- an aged dependent relative visa is for single, widowed, divorced or formally separated applicants who are dependent on an Australian relative
- a remaining relative visa is for applicants who have no near relatives outside Australia and are the brother, sister, child or step equivalent of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
This visa is for people who have a job offer in Australia. These visa are for Australian employers to sponsor a suitability skilled employee, when they cannot fill the position from the local market.
There are several streams under this visa, temporary and permanent:
- Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) (Subclass 482) – under the following streams
- Labour Agreement Stream
- Short -term stream
- Medium-Long term stream
- Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) (Subclass 186)
- Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) (Subclass 187)
We also provide assistance with services to help you get settled into Australia:
Health Insurance Providers
Access to Interpretors
Update passports/personal details through Home Affairs
Arrange skills assessments
Assist settlement arrangements