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Our migration agents represent our clients by providing them with a broad range of Australian immigration services from corporate visa assistances, immigration legal services, individual migration services, Migration Review Tribunal Representation and citizenship applications.

Our registered migration agents, immigration lawyers and licensed immigration advisers are fully qualified and experienced to handle all types of visa applications. All our Senior Migration Agents in Melbourne are both registered with the Office of Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) in Australia and licensed by the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) in New Zealand.

In the course of providing immigration services, Melbourne Migration International is able to provide advice on a broader range of issues when companies decide to sponsor overseas workers. Our Migration Agents provide our clients practical and commercial advice and assist them to meet their legal sponsorship obligations under the Migration Act.

With strategically located offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland, our group offers the highest calibre of immigration services in Australia and New Zealand. You can be assured that as one of our clients, your immigration needs will be catered for. Everything Melbourne Migration International does is focused on enhancing the delivery of immigration services to you.

 


 

Find us in the Melbourne CBD

Melbourne Migration International
101 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 

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Sponsoring Workers

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Sponsoring Workers

457 Visa

Business Sponsorship

 


Stay Informed - Immigration News from our Migration Agents

On 18 April 2017, the Government announced that it will be abolishing the current 457 visa scheme by March 2018 and replacing it with a new Temporary Skill Shortage visa scheme.

With almost immediate effect after the announcement on 18 April 2017, the occupation lists which are used to determine which occupations are eligible for certain skilled visa subclasses (including 457 visas) have been significantly condensed.  These changes took effect on 19 April 2017.

Am I affected? What happens to my visa application?

 Immigration News

 

 

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For five years running our European conferences aimed at skilled professionals and business and investor migrants with an interest in living, working or investing in Australia have been recognized by the Victorian Government as strengthening the ties between the countries.

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