Visas & Migration
PSM Global Consultant is committed in achieving positive results for its clients no matter whether they are individual or business corporations. We strive to constantly update and possess a detailed understanding of Australia and New Zealand’s migration laws and regulations along with Department of Immigration policies.
As migration rules are subject to frequent change, we understand that success of your application purely depends on how we understand your case and process it further.
We combine the intellectual capability and professionalism of consulting firms with the experience, speed and flexibility
Thus all visa applications are personally taken care by our registered migration agent(s). Along with affordability, we deliver peace of mind to our clients as we give regular updates on the visa application. We know that your time is important hence we also advise our clients on the processing time, saving them on stress. Trustworthiness and reliability are synonymous with top class service at PSM global Consultant.
Highlights of our Migration / Visa services
- Student visa
- Student Visa Extension
- Spouse / Partners Visa Applications
- Temporary Graduate Visas (TR)
- Skilled migration visas (PR)
- Skill Assessments
- Family visa
- Employed Sponsored Work visas
- Business visa
- Tourist and work holiday visas
- Entertainment (short Term) Work visa
- Special category visas
- Residence Return Visas
To understand visa categories for Australia, they are:
Education and Student visa
- Work and holiday visa (Visa subclass 462)
- Student Visa (Visa Subclass 500)
- Training Visa (Visa Subclass 407)
Skilled migration visas
- Graduate skilled visa (Visa subclass 485)
- Skilled independent visa (Visa subclass 189)
- Skilled nominated visa (Visa subclass 190)
- Skilled regional visa (Visa subclass 887)
- Skilled regional (Provisional) visa (Visa Subclass 489)
- Contributory parent (Temporary in nature) visa (Visa subclass 173)
- Contributory parent visa (Visa subclass 143)
- Temporary and permanent partner visa (Visa subclass 820 and 801)
- Partner (provisional) (Visa subclass 309) and Partner (migrant) visa (Visa subclass 100)
- Prospective marriage visa (Visa subclass 300)
- Child visa (Visa Subclass 101)
- Remaining relative visa (Visa subclass 115)
- Temporary skill shortage (Visa subclass 482)
- Regional sponsored migration scheme (RSMS visa subclass 187)
- Employer nomination scheme (Visa Subclass 186)
- Temporary work (Visa subclass 400)
- Temporary work (International relations) (Visa subclass 403)
- Temporary activity visa (Visa Subclass 408)
- Business talent (Permanent in nature) visa (Visa subclass 132)
- Business innovation and investment (Provisional in nature) visa (Visa subclass 188)
- Business innovation and investment (Permanent in nature) visa (Visa subclass 888)
Tourist and work holiday visas
- Visitor visa (Visa subclass 600)
- Working holiday visa (Visa subclass 417)
Special category visas
- Special category visa (Visa subclass 444)
- New Zealand citizen family relationship (Temporary in nature) visa (Visa subclass 461)
- Resident return visa (Visa subclass 155 and 157)
Note: Visa categories, Requirements, eligibility criteria, processing times, and visa application charges are subjects change. Please always refer to Department of Home affairs website for more recent updates.
If individuals do not meet the eligibility criteria for a skilled migrant visa, they may be deported from Australia. Individuals who hold a student visa and do not meet the required academic standards, for example, may be deported from Australia. Additionally, individuals who hold a work visa and do not meet the required work standards, for example, may be deported from Australia.
You can bring your family with you when you migrate to Australia or New Zealand. The specific requirements will vary depending on the type of visa that you are granted, so it is essential to discuss your family's situation with an immigration lawyer before making any final decisions. Generally, however, your family will need to meet specific visa requirements to be eligible to live and work in Australia or New Zealand. Depending on your family's circumstances, they may also need to obtain a health insurance policy covering them for their stay.
Several skilled visas are available for people who want to migrate to Australia. The most common Skilled visas are
- Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)
- Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190)
- Skilled Work Provisional Visa (Subclass 491)
There are also several regional visas available, which allow people to live and work in regional areas of Australia.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the process for applying for a business visa will vary depending on the specific visa you are seeking. However, you will need to provide evidence of your business experience and qualifications and a business plan or proposal. You may also need to demonstrate that you have the financial resources to establish and operate your business in Australia.
A tourist visa allows you to stay in Australia for three months. However, you may be able to extend your stay if you meet certain requirements.
A subclass 444 visa is a special category visa that allows New Zealand citizens to live and work in Australia indefinitely. However, holders of this visa are not entitled to certain government benefits, such as social security payments.