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Latest Migration Blogs

Contributory Parent Visa application

In response to the Fun Tea incident of 29 January: Employee rights as an overseas worker

DIY Visa Applications – What could go wrong?

Data sharing between the ATO & DOHA

Business Innovation & Investment (subclass 188) visa: Travel restriction relief

Migration Update September 2020: New Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL)

How long will my visa application take to be processed in 2020?

I am a partner of an Australian Citizen (Permanent Resident). Can I travel to Australia during the COVID-19 Travel Ban?

Latest Migration Updates for Australia | COVID 19

Partner Visa Sponsorship Obligations

Health Requirements & your Visa

Can we apply for a Partner Visa?

Relationship Requirements for Partner Visas

Ministerial Intervention

Visa 489 Replaced by New Skilled-Regional 491 Visa

Skilled Migration: New Occupations Added

Family violence whilst on your Visa: What are your options?

Overstaying your visa? What this means for you

Changes to Australian Partner Visas: What you need to know

All you need to know about the Entrepreneur Visa

Does HIV/AIDS stop you from entering Australia?

New Changes to Migration Program: What you should know!

How the 2019 Federal Budget affects Migration in Australia

Changes to Australian Partner Visas coming in effect 17 April 2019

Why is Estate Planning important to Migration?

Recent changes to Skilled Migration Visas: What you need to know

My relationship is on a downward spiral & I’m on a Partner visa. What now?

Immigration SA announces they are re-opening selected State Nomination visas

Foreign Skilled Labour in response to Construction Industry Staffing Shortage

What is an Australian Study Requirement?

Why migrate to South Australia?

Why should I use an Immigration Lawyer opposed to a Migration Agent?

China Work & Holiday visa

The good character requirement – what does it mean?

Visa options for children

Parent category visa options

Adoption visa (subclass 102)

Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)

Migration & Citizenship Law

 

 

Work with Bambrick Legal’s experts in migration and citizenship law to get the result you’re expecting.

 

Whether you are applying to settle in Australia, or you are facing an application dispute, Bambrick Legal can help. Our migration law experts provide specialist advice and help with applications for all migration and citizenship matters.

We can help you with all types of applications, including:

 

Visa Refusal and Cancellation

 

  • Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) Appeals
  • Federal Court (judicial reviews)

 

Citizenship

 

Employer Sponsored Skilled Visas

 

  • Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482)
  • Employer Nomination Scheme visa (subclass 186)
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494)
  • Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa (subclass 191)

 

Skilled Visas

 

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491)
  • Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
  • Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) (Both points test and NZ streams)
  • Skilled Regional (Residence) visa (subclass 887)

 

Business Visas

 

 

Family and Spouse Visas

 

 

Other Visas

 

  • Visitor visa (subclass 600)
  • Temporary Activity visa (subclass 408)
  • Resident Return visa (subclass 155/157)
  • Medical Treatment visa (subclass 602)

For more information, view our Migration & Citizenship Law blogs here.

Why Bambrick Legal for Migration & Citizenship Law?

 

Bambrick Legal’s team of registered migration agents and solicitors specialise in the complexities of migration. We strive to get you a good result, whether it is your first application, or you have had an application refused. When it comes to migration, you need a lawyer who is highly experienced. You require accurate and clear advice, in Plain English or in your own language. And you want someone who will work with your unique circumstances.

When you work with our migration & citizenship law team, you gain:

  • access to a team fluent in English, Italian, Mandarin, and Cantonese
  • a team highly experienced in migration appeals and reviews
  • access to specialists in visa-related relationship breakdowns (You might find this article useful)
  • a team that can work with your unique situation, regardless of its complexity
  • certainty with known costs
  • … and much more.

How much does it cost?

 

Fees at Bambrick Legal are competitive and cost-effective. Most of visa applications are charged as flat fees, not charged every six minutes!

You will get a complete estimate of costs only after we have completely understood your needs. This is the only way that you will receive a service that is a perfect match for you.

Discover more in a free consultation.

Book a free initial consultation

 

Your first consultation with us is always free.

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Do you need Migration/ Citizenship Law Advice?

 

At Bambrick legal, our legal team can assist with any of the services above. If you would like to know more, please contact one of our friendly staff at Bambrick Legal today: