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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Office Operations

Office opens from Monday to Friday 10:00 till 17:00 with an exception of all public holidays.

All visits are properly attended if prior booking is made via our booking portal. Visits without an appointment may also be attended but would be subject to availability of our time and may not be catered for full length.

All appointments are accepted via this booking portal. 

We offer free consultation for the first time to all attendees. 

Free consultation are extended for 15 minutes. 

All services comes in a package however if you wish to customise it, that is possible as long as it is lawfully possible. We cater customised services to reduce the financial weight on applicants.

We service all kinds of visa applications except working holiday visas. Please be advised other services also may not be available if we are fully booked at the required time or if we do not believe in the genuineness of your application.

Visas

Student Visa

You should better go for the similar line of course that you have completed in the past. If you have other reasons to jump out of the course into different areas, you should state such reasons in your Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) statement.

The amount of money you need for a student visa extension in Australia can vary depending on several factors, including your individual circumstances, the duration of your extension, and the cost of living in the area where you’ll be studying. However, as a general guideline, you typically need to demonstrate that you have enough funds to cover your tuition fees, living expenses, and any other relevant costs for the duration of your extended stay. Use this cost calculator to calculate your fund arrangement.

The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) provides specific financial requirements for student visa applicants, including evidence of sufficient funds to cover living costs, travel expenses, and schooling costs for any accompanying family members. As of my last update, the financial requirements for a student visa extension in Australia usually include:

  1. Tuition Fees: You must demonstrate that you can cover the tuition fees for your course. This amount varies depending on the institution and the program you’re enrolled in.

  2. Living Expenses: You need to show evidence of sufficient funds to cover living expenses, such as accommodation, food, transportation, and other personal expenses. The DHA typically sets a minimum amount for living expenses, which can vary depending on your circumstances and the duration of your extension.

  3. Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC): You are required to have health insurance for the duration of your stay in Australia. The cost of OSHC varies depending on the duration of your visa and the provider you choose.

  4. Return Airfare: You may need to show evidence of funds to cover the cost of return airfare to your home country.

It’s essential to check the most up-to-date requirements on the Department of Home Affairs website or consult with a migration agent for personalized advice tailored to your situation. Additionally, your education provider may also provide guidance on the financial requirements for visa extensions.

The application process for an Australian Student Visa involves submitting the necessary documents and forms online through the Department of Home Affairs website and paying the required visa application fee.

To be eligible for an Australian Student Visa, applicants must be enrolled in a registered course, demonstrate financial capacity to cover expenses, meet health and character requirements, and have adequate health insurance.

Processing times for Australian Student Visas vary depending on factors such as the applicant’s nationality and the complexity of the application. Generally, it can take several weeks to a few months for a visa application to be processed.

Yes, holders of Australian Student Visas are generally allowed to work part-time during their studies, with limitations on the number of hours they can work per week.

Conditions of an Australian Student Visa include maintaining enrolment in a registered course, making satisfactory course progress, adhering to attendance requirements, and holding appropriate health insurance coverage. Follow this link to find out detailed condition list implied on student visa.

Family members, such as spouses, partners, or dependent children, can accompany international students to Australia on a dependent visa if the student can demonstrate sufficient funds to support them.

International students are typically required to study full-time on an Australian Student Visa. However, in certain circumstances, such as medical reasons or specific course requirements, part-time study may be allowed with approval from the education provider and the Department of Home Affairs.

Yes, international students can apply to extend their Australian Student Visas to continue their studies or undertake further courses, provided they meet the relevant requirements and conditions.

After completing their studies, international students may have options to stay in Australia through post-study work visas, skilled migration pathways, employer-sponsored visas, or other residency pathways depending on their qualifications and circumstances.

Skilled Visas

Skilled visas are a category of visas  designed for individuals who possess specific skills, qualifications, or work experience that are in demand. This is aimed at attracting skilled workers to address labour shortages and contribute to economic growth. There are several types of skilled visas in Australia, including Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189), Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190), Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491), Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa (subclass 186): Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa (subclass 187).

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