An Australian Visa Assessment

Working Holiday Visa – Tax Time Bomb

Australian tax reforms mean you’re going to lose A LOT of money… For many young people, the Australian Working Holiday Visa is a rite of passage. It’s an opportunity to venture out into the world and earn a few bob whilst soaking up the sun and meeting new people. Some people return home, some apply for a second Working Holiday Visa and some are offered sponsorship by an Australian employer. One thing that most Working Holiday Makers have in common – until now – is benefiting from a generous annual tax-free threshold of $18,200. But all that’s about to change… […]

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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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Stay Longer With Temporary Graduate Subclass 485 Visa

Want to stay longer in Australia after you graduate? Now you can! If you’re studying for a degree or higher at an Australian education institution – and you applied for your first student visa after 5 November 2011 – then you may be eligible for the Temporary Graduate Subclass 485 Visa in the Post-Study Work Stream. This visa has many benefits and is a great option for graduates who want to remain in Australia and work on a full-time basis, gaining valuable post-study experience. The Subclass 485 Visa can be offered for a 2-4 year period, depending on the type […]

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