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Parent Visas – What you need to know.

by tfa_admin on 29 Jul 19

Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and eligible New Zealand citizens who have parents living overseas may want to bring them to Australia either temporarily or permanently. There are many pathways to parent visas, but they can be expensive and/or incur extensive wait time, and the fees for them are constantly changing. First, parents must have […]

10 reasons to become an Aussie

by tfa_admin on 29 Jul 19

If you’re a permanent resident, here’s 10 things to know about the freedoms and privileges of becoming an Australian citizen. Yes, it’s true applying for Australian citizenship can be daunting, but the benefits of taking the next step will be worth it. Currently, over 100,000 people across the country are waiting for their citizenship applications […]

Bringing Pets to Australia

by tfa_admin on 07 Jul 19

When migrating there are often very hard decisions as to whether you leave your fury, four legged friends behind.  Australia has some of the toughest quarantine laws in the world, but you can bring the whole family to Australia, including pets, if you follow some simple rules. The Department of Agriculture has a comprehensive assessment […]

Top 10 Reasons for Australian Permanent Residency

by tfa_admin on 19 Jun 19

Australia is known worldwide as “the Lucky Country”, and it’s a magnet for migrants from many parts of the globe with dreams of making a better life for themselves and their families. As the land of opportunity, it has been actively promoted as a desirable and welcoming location for migration for many years. But before […]

Is it worth using an Expert?

by tfa_admin on 12 Jun 19

When you make the decision to apply for an Australian visa, the choice to use a migration agent to lodge your visa application or to do it yourself is a personal one. From start to finish, the migration process can be confusing and complicated, but is it really worth the additional cost of using a registered […]

Australian English Language Levels explained.

by tfa_admin on 05 Oct 18

Australia has different English classifications and requirements depending on the visa you are applying for.  Functional, Competent, Superior etc!  The Department of Home Affairs has a comprehensive guide to English Language Levels and the various test and scores required to achieve that level.  Click here to access the guide.

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