True Blue Migration Agents Blog

186 Visa or 187 Visa?

  When it comes to Australian permanent residency visas, the 186 visa and 187 RSMS (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme) visa are similar in that both require employer sponsorship. However, there are several differences between the two and it’s advisable to carefully weigh these up or seek the advice of a Registered Migration Agent before choosing which to apply for. You can read more about both visa types on our website, but here is a summary of the main differences. Working in a regional area One of the main differences between the 186 visa and 187 visa is that the 187 […]

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Using a MARA-registered Migration Agent

De-stress with our help

The visa application process can be time-consuming, frustrating and incredibly stressful. Navigating paperwork, red tape, rules and regulations, sudden changes and refusals can be overwhelming for even the most organised people. If you’re starting to feel the pressure, perhaps you should considered working with a MARA-registered Migration Agent, rather than going it alone. MARA stands for Migration Agents Registration Authority. MARA is affiliated with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, and acts as a regulator for the industry. You should only ever use an Agent that is MARA-registered. You can search online to ensure that your Agent is fully […]

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Selecting a Migration Agent in Perth

Partner visa refusals

There are lots of Migration Agents in Perth, so how do you decide which one is right for you? True Blue Migration has offices in WA and Victoria, so we regularly assist clients in Perth and work with many Perth-based business owners that wish to sponsor overseas workers. Our WA office is located just 30 minutes south of the city, but the majority of communication between clients and their agents takes place either by email or over the phone, so it is not always essential to attend an office in person. We work with clients as far away as the […]

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