OUR IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Immigration Services We Provide
Below is a list of the common issues related to Australian visas that previous clients have employed Phillip Silver and Associates to help with. Please do not hesitate to contact us if your problem is not directly related to those below: our talented legal team will be able to quickly and efficiently help you decide on your next step in tackling any difficult scenario.
To find out what type of Australian visa you may qualify for, use our Visa Eligibility Questionnaire.
Learn more about types of Australian Visas we can assist you with.
Find out about services related to Visa Refusals and Cancellations we provide.
See a Glossary of common legal terms used on this website.
Visa Eligibility & Applications
We are able to assess your current or future eligibility for one of over 100 Australian visas. Complete the initial eligibility assessment on our website so that we can assess your case.[
ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL TRIBUNAL AND FEDERAL COURT APPEALS
If your visa application is refused or your visa is cancelled by the Department of Home Affairs our Immigration Lawyers and Registered Migration Agents can represent you to appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and Federal Court of Australia or a request for Ministerial Intervention.
To apply for a General Skilled Migration visa, you must first nominate an occupation that is on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) when you apply and when your application is assessed. You must provide strong evidence that your skills have been assessed and are suitable for your nominated occupation by the relevant assessing authority for your nominated occupation. These requirements must be met before your visa can be granted. Our qualified team is able to assist you in preparing and lodging applications for a skills assessment with the relevant assessing authority.
If you are in a de-facto relationship and want to apply for a partner visa however are unable to meet the 12 month de-facto requirement, then we are able to aid in registering your relationship with the relevant state organisation such as the NSW Births Deaths & Marriages office in order to become eligible as a de-facto couple.
Ready to find out more?
Complete the Eligibility Assessment Questionnaire and member of our skilled team will contact you