Congratulations to Silvia Vargas who has just received her permanent visa. It was a difficult process but in the end she achieved her desired outcome.
VisAustralia is an immigration consultancy that assists students and qualified people migrate to Australia. VisAustralia specialises in Spanish-speaking customers and particularly those living in Latin America and works with people from all over the world.
VisAustralia is pleased to announce the working visit of Nicholas Houston, lawyer and registered migration agent, to Mexico City. Nicholas Houston will be working in the VisAustralia office in Mexico City from November 6 to November 29, 2015. We remind you that VisAustralia is the only Australian law firm and registered migration agency with offices in Mexico.
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According to the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection there will be 190,000 permanent visas available in the 2015 – 2016 financial year. That is the allocated number only for permanent visas, which means, there are more visas for students, work and holiday, tourist and others.
From November 2014 the Department of Immigration and Border Protection has approved exams other than the IELTS for the Australian migration process.
Many of our clients have chosen to sit different exams such as the PEARSON Academic and the TOEFL iBT. Throughout this article we will give you the most important links if you wish to take the TOELF iBT exam.
During April, Australia has different events that help bring the community together. Making different cultures bond and interact may be difficult to do in theory but Australia has found the perfect way. Australia raises awareness for different social issues by encouraging people, from every background in Australia, to join forces and help make a difference.
Australia is one of the most multicultural countries in the world and support for multiculturalism is a key plank of the Australian Government's social policy.
For example, according to the ABS (Australia Bureau of Statistics) 31% of people living in Western Australia were born overseas. Due to the recent influx of new Australians into Western Australia, being people drawn in under the Skilled Migration Program to meet the need for skilled labour in the mining industry, the percentage of people born overseas increased by 4 percent from 2006.
Let one of our experts confirm your eligibility. Book a Consultation for Migration Purposes with VisAustralia and start your process straight away. Our lawyers and migration agents will do all the process and applications for you.