What Visa is Best for me?
When looking into Visa’s it can be really confusing, migrating to Australia may be a dream of yours but which visa is right for you. You want to make sure that you are applying for the right Visa, doing a quick Google search there are really no set guides as to what Visa is right for you.
This is why you must always use an Agent, regardless of advice from friends or family member who have applied them selves and were successful. If you spend your hard earned money in the hope of migrating to Australia and are cheated out of this money, it’s very hard to start again.
With so many scams out there and people who will take your money and run it’s no wonder that people think that doing it themselves is a much safer practise. However if you apply for the wring visa you won’t get a refund, so don’t get caught out. Also if you deliberately mislead the Department of Immigration there can be serious penalties.
Not engaging at Registered Migration Agent when migrating to Australia is a first misstep along with not doing your research first hand. Unfortunately there are agents out there that have been De-registered or banned from practice; who are still working and representing unknowing ‘victims’. You must check that the Agent you are seeking help from is still registered so that you don’t fall victim to any fraud.
So What Visa is Best for me? Seeking assistance of a Registered Migration Agent will allow you to apply for the correct Visa and you will also be given advice if the agent does not think you have a strong case. There are countless documents and paperwork that needs to be provided sometimes the application itself can look like an encyclopaedia, if one document is missing or there isn’t enough supporting evidence this can also add months even years to a processing time. We cannot say it enough please don’t rush into anything, don’t pay upfront without researching the agent first.
If you have further questions regarding Migrating to Australia, please get in touch with Phillip Silver and Associates by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on (02) 97085954