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Yes, here at Open World Immigration Services we truly believe that everybody deserves to enjoy Australia.
If you live in Australia, continue reading to learn how you can play a significant role in helping the people you love get an Australian visa. You can also assist others if they are relevant to your business.
If you need a visa, and know people who already live in Australia, the list below may give you new ideas for your future visa - so keep on reading!
So here is what you can do to to help others apply and get an Australian visa:
1. Visitor visa: you can formally invite guests to visit you or meet you for business. You can also offer them financial support or sponsor them under a special stream if they are relatives. When done correctly, invited guests enjoy higher chances of success in their visitor visa application.
2. Add dependants to your visa: in many cases, you can include your partner and your children even after your visa was granted.
3. Partner visa: if you are a permanent resident or a citizen, you may be eligible to sponsor your financé, de-facto partner or spouse.
4. Parent visa: if you are a permanent resident or a citizen, you may be eligible to sponsor your parents for a temporary or permanent visa.
5. Child visa: if you are a permanent resident or a citizen, you may be eligible to sponsor your children if they were born overseas and cannot apply for Australian citizenship.
6. Work visa: if you own a business, your business may be eligible to sponsor an international employee.
7. Skilled visa: if you live in regional Australia and your relative’s occupation is in demand, you may be eligible to sponsor them for a work visa with permanent residency pathway.
So what are you going to do next to help someone you care about visit you or live with you in Australia?
Remember: Immigration law in Australia is complex and changes on a regular basis. The list above does not include all the eligibility criteria one needs to satisfy when applying for an Australian visa or when sponsoring someone else for a visa; make sure you know what is required before you apply for a visa.
If you would like to know more, contact us.