Australia is a land of wide-open spaces, sunshine and endless miles of clean, uncrowded beaches. Its is a vibrant country of modern cities, economic opportunity and warm, friendly people with an enviably stable and secure lifestyle.
Australia also has a robust economy and has been able to weather the storm of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) better than almost any other country in the world. Consequently it is still looking for migrants and this year around 175,000 permanent residents, will settle in Australia, most of them young skilled migrants but also many business people and families. Many thousands more will arrive as temporary residents, and some of these too will go on to apply for permanent residency.
Nevertheless, Australia has not been entirely untouched by the GFC and so the government has instituted a series of fundamental changes to its migration programme, particularly the Skilled visa programme. These changes are extremely complex, far-reaching and ongoing. In this ever-changing climate it really is essential to seek professional help to help you navigate the maze of migration regulations.
Would I qualify ?
Australia is a multicultural country built by immigrants. But although the current migration policy is expanding, migrants still need to be able to settle easily and bring talents that will benefit the country. This means that the official immigration selection process can be exacting, with often complex and always changing regulations.
Can we help?
As Principal of Premier Migration Services, I am committed to providing an objective, professional and prompt service to help you weigh up your prospects of being accepted as a permanent or temporary resident in Australia. As a registered migration agents I cannot, nor would I, offer any guarantee of success. What I do promise is that I will thoroughly examine your circumstances and discuss with you your options. I will also be totally honest : if I do not think you are likely to succeed I will tell you so.
Initial consultations are free
There is no charge for my services until I have canvassed your options with you. Amongst other things we will discuss costs including my fees and Australian government charges. Only if you are satisfied that you have a good chance of being granted your visa and are happy with these charges will I advise you to proceed with your application.
What do I do next?
Please take the time to read this brief overview of the Australian migration system before proceeding to the short online questionnaire in which you have the option of giving me a few details about yourself so that I can examine your circumstances and email a response to you within 24 hours if at all possible.
If you have the time the rest of this website contains general information about living in Australia and links to websites that you may find useful.