Do you need help with your
Australian immigration claim?
If you want to live and work in Australia and you’re not an Australian citizen, you will need a visa. All migrants to Australia must hold a valid visa, whether you’re staying here temporarily or want to live in Australia permanently. There are many classes of visa, which include study visas, work visas, holiday or working holiday visas, family and partner visas, permanent visas and many more.
Getting a visa for Australia can be a complex process, with multiple forms to fill out and a lot of documentation required to support your Australian immigration claim. Getting assistance from a qualified Australian immigration lawyer can improve your chances of acceptance and save you time and extra costs down the track.
If you have had a visa cancelled or want to sponsor a family member, you will need advice on how to proceed. At Penrose Lawyers, our immigration lawyers can help.
What do you need to do to help your migration claim?
To apply for an Australian visa or Australian citizenship, you will need to establish which class of visa you are applying for, and then produce evidence to support your application. That might include:
- Evidence of employment.
- Evidence of qualifications and skills.
- A police clearance or other character checks.
- English language skills.
- Family or support in Australia.
- Existing funds to demonstrate that you are able to support yourself.
- Your health status.
How can Penrose Lawyers
help you with your immigration case?
Whether you have questions about your current immigration status, want to apply for Australian citizenship or a visa to live or work in Australia, or have had a visa cancelled, our experienced immigration lawyers can help. Our advice covers:
- Family visas.
- Refugee and humanitarian visas.
- Visitor visas.
- Visas for New Zealand citizens.
- Bridging visas.
- Visa cancellations.
- Australian citizenship.
- Review of Department of Immigration decisions.
We can assist you to:
- Establish which of the 100+ visa subclasses to apply for and understand what is involved.
- Understand your chances of success.
- Complete the visa application.
- Certify copies of documents that you are required to produce in support of the application.
- If your visa is cancelled or your application refused, apply for the decision to be reviewed.
- Respond to Requests For Information (RFI), Invitations to Comment (PIC 4020) and other letters.