Business Visas/Skilled Work Visas

Visa Applicants can Include Members of their Family Unit on their Application.

The importance of understanding who is a dependent for the purposes of Immigration. Most visas allow for the primary applicant to include members of their family unit as dependents on the visa application. This affords dependent applicants the same visa conditions as the primary applicant in terms of work and study rights, travel allowances and

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Focus on 457 Visa -The Importance Establishing Genuine Position in the Nomination Process

Immigration Solutions Lawyers applies a client centred approach to achieve the best possible outcome for clients. Our services encompass corporate immigration, family immigration and administrative appeals for refused and cancelled visas, including the popular temporary work visa subclass 457 visa. The Subclass 457 visa is a three stage process comprising of Sponsorship, Nomination and Visa.

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Can I hire a current 457 visa holder? Yes – How to deal with potential complications in the transition.

Immigration Solutions Lawyers has a strong focus of assisting businesses, small start-up to large corporations, navigate the field of corporate migration. One component of corporate migration is the Temporary Work (subclass 457) Visa that affords Australian businesses the ability to hire foreign workers for up to 4 years. When starting the process from the beginning,

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The Importance of Meeting Skills Assessment Criteria for Points Based Visas

The Skilled Independent (subclass 189) visa and the Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa are both points based permanent resident visas. Interested persons need to submit an expression of interest through SkillSelect and be invited by the minister to apply for the requested visa. Potential applicants must demonstrate that they have met the required points at

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