Visa and Migration Counselling
When it comes to visas and migration, the process and outcomes can be very daunting for a lot of people. You need a team you can trust to give you correct and unbiased advice.
At Provisa we’ve got years of experience in handling most types and classes of visa. However, our in-house migration agents are there to help you with the visa application process.
- Our team of Registered Migration Agents can help with most types of visas including student visas, partner visas and skilled independent visas
- We’re committed to providing you with ethical counselling and comprehensive support you can trust
Step 1 – We learn about your situation
Tell us about your education, skills, and goals in our consultation, and we’ll ask some questions to establish your best chance of eligibility. Migration can be based on your health, skills, age, financial resources, English language ability, and family and business background.
Step 2 – Begin the application process
We’ll walk you through the full application procedure from start to end once we’ve determined which visa is appropriate for your case. Before submitting your application, we’ll double-check everything and follow up with the authorities to make sure it’s still on track.
Step 3 – Strengthen your case
Immigration regulations are always changing and differ based on your nationality. As a result, we’ll use our significant experience to help you stay on track for Visa compliance.
Everyone’s situation is unique.
This is why it’s critical to choose a migration agent who has the necessary experience to understand what you need to do. Our team is well-versed in the most recent Australian visa and migration rules and processes, and we handle hundreds of immigration cases each year with an incredibly high visa grant success rate. So, regardless of your history or position, we’ll collaborate with you to maximise your chances of success.
We’ll take care of everything.
Your course selection and visa application are critical, but you must also consider other factors such as insurance, English language requirements, and financial aid.
We can go over all of this and more with you (including an application for Permanent Residency if that is the path you choose). During your initial meeting, we’ll go through everything.