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482 Temporary Skill Shortage Visa

New visa replacing subclass 457 introduced on 18 March 2018


408 Temporary Activity Visa

19 November 2016 - New Temporary Activity Visa Framework in effect.

Comprehensive information about 408 Visa here

Additional PR Pathway for NZ Citizens

More info here

Partner Visa Application Fee

from 1 July 2018:

820/801 on shore: AUD7160
309/100 off shore: AUD7160

Our professional fees  (820 and 309 visa):
2,500 (conditions apply)

Temporary Graduate 485 Visa

Contact us to assess your eligibility for

- post-study work stream or

- graduate work stream


407 Training Visa

19 November 2016 - New Temporary Activity Visa Framework in effect.

More info about new 407 Training Visa here

457/186/187 MAJOR OVERHAUL

457/186/187 is changing. Read more information about the announced changes from 18 April 2017. The skilled occupation lists have changed. Read more.

Further changes from 1 July 2017 - read more here.

457 visa abolished on 18 March 2018 and 482 visa came to life!

Australian Healthcare System Explained

Australian insurance company BUPA prepared videos tutorials through Australian Healthcare system. This is a link to these videos:

One of these videos is below:


When you join any Working Visa Cover by 31 August, you’ll get 6 weeks free after the first month of payment*.

- You’ll receive Australian Government Visa compliant cover and help meet your visa requirements with Bupa.
- You can access Bupa contracted private hospitals, doctors and specialists, and have more choice where and when you’d like to be treated at Members First and Network hospitals.
- Access to the 13SICK National Home Doctor Service (137425). When you book an after hours, doctor home visit, the doctor may prescribe common medications on the spot, at no charge to you.
- Discounted movie vouchers, vitamins, gym memberships, theme park passes and more from Bupa Plus! There are so many offers to enjoy.
- For all OVC working visa covers.

Contact us if you wish to make a switch to BUPA. We can help you organize your BUPA working visa health insurance.

Partner Visa (subclass 820 / 309)


Since the beginning 2015 we have been registering an increased number of questions in regards to Partner Visa applications. No wonder, visa application fees have gone up enormously (onshore/offshore: $7,000)!

For people who want to be sure their partner visa application (subclass 820 or 309) is properly prepared, checked, lodged, managed and meeting all required provisions of current legislation, call OZ HOME MIGRATION on 0403 41 66 70

For applications lodged on or after 18 November 2016, the sponsors must meet character requirements  - for more info download this file

Assistance with a Wide Range of Visas and Review Applications

Applying for an Australian visa might be a long and stressful process. We are here to take the stress off your mind and make sure everything goes the right way. We can guarantee friendly and professional approach.

It does not matter if your intention is to come as a tourist,  study, work or migrate to Australia, we are here to help! Maybe, you say I am a permanent resident? No worries, you might want to apply for a resident return visa or an Australian citizenship... OZ HOME MIGRATION is here for you as well.

And if your application has been refused or your visa cancelled? We are happy to assess your application and provide an assistance if you decide to apply for a review of an DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border Protection) decision to refuse your visa or to cancel your visa. Remember! It is important to keep you lawful while you are in Australia.

And there is also the last ditch resort.... the ministerial intervention in unique and exceptional circumstances. Does it apply to you? Contact us to assess your circumstances.

These are visas which we are dealing with:


POINTS TEST for Skilled Visas 189/190/489

189 Skiled Independent

190 Skilled Nominated

489 Skilled Regional (Provisional)

887 Skilled Regional

485 Temporary Graduate (Graduate or Posr-study work streams)

476 Skilled — Recognised Graduate


482 Temporary Skill Shortage Visa

457 Temporary Work (Skilled)

186 Employer Nomination Scheme

187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme

417 Working Holiday

462 Work and Holiday


309 Partner Provisional + 100 Partner Migrant

820 Partner + 801 Partner

300 Prospective Marriage

461 New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary)

101 / 802 Child

445 Dependent Child

103 Parent

804 Aged Parent

143 Contributory Parent / 173 Contributory Parent (Temporary)

864 Contributory Aged Parent / 884 Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary)


155 Five Year Resident Return 

157 Three Month Resident Return

159 Provisional Resident Return 

151 Former Resident


600 Visitor

601 Electronic Travel Authority

651 eVisitor


010 Bridging A

020 Bridging B

030 Bridging C

040 Bridging D (Prospective Applicant)

041 Bridging D (Non-applicant)

050 Bridging E (General)

Of course, we are not limited to the visas stated above. We enjoy new challenges! We are happy to look at your specific circumstances and explore new pathways to your dream. On the other hand, we cannot guarantee that there is a way to your dream. Unfortunately, not every case is always feasible. However, we can guarantee we will do our best to make your dream come true.

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Recent News

  • November 2017 changes


    PIC4020 will catch all application made up to 10 years back. More details here

  • 1 JULY 2017 CHANGES


    Many changes come into effect on 1 July 2017 - new MLTSSL/STSOL, changes in 457/187/186/GSM visas and more

  • Australian Citizenship Changes


    20 April 2017: This is another substantial change in immigration - read more here

  • 457, 186, 187 CHANGES


    19 April 2017: Major overhaul of 457/186/187 visas - for details see here

  • WHV and Exchange rates 1 JAN 2017


    25 December 2016: Hungary, Luxembourg and San Marino will be added to WHV462 program. More info in IMMI17/003.

    New exchange rates for visa application fees from 1 JAN 2017 -  IMMI17/002
    UR = 1.38043
    USD = 1.25078
    GBP = 1.54628

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Migration Agents Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct for registered migration agents is set out in legislation to regulate the conduct of registered migration agents (direct link here). 

It prescribes obligations of migration agents towards their clients.

Provision for a Code of Conduct for migration agents is set out in Section 314 of the Migration Act 1958 and is prescribed in Schedule 2, Regulation 8 of the Migration Agents Regulations 1998.

Consumer protection - see MARA Consumer Guide.

We Are a Member of the MIA

Migration Institute of Australia

Ales Welter (MIA:10623) is a member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA). MIA members must abide by a Code of Ethics and Practice which is designed to protect members and the reputation of the profession by assisting agents to maintain the highest standards of professionalism.

You will find us...


Ales Welter, MARN 1464306

Level 2 Kings Court

8-12 King St

Rockdale NSW 2216

Phone: 0403 41 66 70


Website Photos

We would like to thank Marian Riabic who has provided photographs to our website. Marian can be contacted on 0417 774 174 if you are interested in his photos.