Visashop provides global and national visa services and deal with many employers and visa applicants.
Visa applications are complicated, complex, bureaucratic, confusing and overwhelming for many people. Regulations change constantly and obtaining the right advice is extremely important. We ensure your application is lodged in the correct manner following proper regulations, policy criteria and legislative requirements.

Our services include

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discussion

Individual initial assessment with a face to face discussion to determine eligibility and review best possible visa options.

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comprehensive review

A comprehensive review of the information provided resulting the best possible visa options and realistic prospects of success.

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documentation and requirements

Easy to follow checklist to gather all your documentation and requirements for your application.

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Preparation and lodgement

Preparation and lodgement of your application from beginning to end in line with legislative and regulation requirements.

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status updates

Regular communication and status updates throughout the process whilst awaiting the visa decision from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

We are a small independent migration practice focusing on individual client needs, enabling us to offer personalised attention, accurate advice and professional services.

It is important to understand that there are different visas for different people in different situations and all have different legislative and regulatory ever changing requirements. It is very important we assess each situation individually. From this assessment we will give an honest opinion as to whether you have a strong case or not.

There are over 100 different types of visas for Australia. The Migration Act of 1958 and the Migration Regulations of 1994 are like encyclopedia with regulations and policy that can change several times per year. There is also little consistency across the different visa types, so advice you have received in the past may not be relevant to your current circumstances today.

As per Section 2.6 of the MARA Code of Conduct, we will be honest with you about your prospects of success for a case. The decision to grant a visa comes directly from the Department of Home Affairs, so beware of Migration agents who promise things that they can not guarantee.