Senior Immigration Lawyers and Agents in Parramatta
Best Immigration Lawyers is comprised of experienced immigration lawyers and agents in Parramatta near you. At Best Immigration Lawyers, you will have a qualified immigration lawyer assisting you with all aspects of the law governing migration for Visa Cancellation, Refusal, Partner Visa, Work Visas and Family Visas.
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Australia Immigration Agents in Parramatta Free Consultation
Our immigration lawyers and immigration agents in Parramatta can provide you free initial consultation and advice for immigration visas, cancellations and refusals such as:
- Partner/De facto visas
- Skilled visas
- Work visas
- Family visas
- Permanent residency visas
- Australian citizenship applications
- Student visas
- Visa refusal appeals
- Visa cancellation
If you are unable to visit during COVID-19, our migration agents and migration lawyers in Parramatta are also happy to travel or have an online consultation all distances in Australia. Our immigration lawyers and agents are available to assist you with all your immigration matters, from initial immigration applications through to immigration appeals.
We can assist you with all type of Working Visas, Sponsorship Visas and Skilled Visas in Australia that allow you to live and work. You can apply for offshore and onshore Working Visas if you have a specific skill and can contribute to the Australian economy.
We can assist for all Partner visas whether before or after divorce, separation, marriage and prospective marriages in Australia. If you are married or have been in a de facto relationship to an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, you may be eligible for immigration by obtaining an Offshore or Onshore Partner Visa which may lead you to become an Australian Citizen.
Visa Refusal Appeals
The Department of Home Affairs may reject your visa application on character grounds or medical grounds. In the limited time, you may be able to ask for the decision to be reviewed. If you find yourself in this situation, we can provide you with personal assistance and help you to get the same or a new visa.
If your visa is at risk of being cancelled, the Department of Home Affairs will first send you a notice of intention to cancel (NOIC) and ask you to comment on this. You need to act quickly because your time to respond is limited and if you do not send the appropriate information and evidence, the decision will be made based on the information which the Department has which may lead to your visa being cancelled.
To study in Australia, you need to apply for admission to an educational institution and get a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) then you can apply for a student visa. After graduation, you may be able to apply for a Graduate Visa.