Medical Treatment visa

The Medical Treatment visa is a temporary visa designed for people who have medical treatment or medical consultations in Australia. Visa holders are usually able to stay in Australia for the duration of their medical treatment or while the visa is valid. If the Medical Treatment Visa Application is requested in Australia, the visa is usually granted for up to 12 months. Applicants can apply for this visa in or outside Australia.

Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

Student Visa Refusals (Genuine Stay)-The AAT needs to decide whether you genuinely intend to stay temporarily in Australia. The AAT must be satisfied there is a genuine intention to stay temporarily in Australia. The AAT will look at your circumstances in your home country, your potential circumstances in Australia, the value of the course to your future, your immigration history and any other relevant matters.


Matters in the Federal Court

JUDICIAL REVIEW-The Court may only review a decision in order to determine if a ‘jurisdictional error’ has been made. This means the Court determines if the decision has been made according to law. The Court is independent of the decision makers. The Court does not consider the merits of your application and whether you should or should not be granted a visa. If the Court finds a jurisdictional error, it can refer your case back to the decision maker and prevent the Minister from acting on the decision.

Partner Visa

The subclasses are of two types: temporary and permanent. In the beginning, partners who meet the legal criteria for the grant of the visa are granted a temporary visa. Later, a permanent visa may be granted following an eligibility period or, if there is a long-standing relationship or children of the relationship, soon after grant of the temporary visa.

However, as the partner or fiancé(e) of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, you are not automatically eligible for permanent residence in Australia. If you wish to reside permanently in Australia, you must first apply for a permanent visa and be assessed against the legal criteria for the grant of that visa.


Parent Visa

Parent visa belongs to a category of family visa. There are many Australian family visas and parent visa is one of them. On 2 June 2014 the government introduced significant changes to the Other Family visas. Parent visa is broadly divided into two categories. One can be applied while you are in Australia, while the other visa can be applied when you are out of Australia. IGP Visa provides assessment, consultation and visa processing for all types of parent visas and other family visas. Years of industry experience and extensive research into the rules and regulations of Australian immigration have made us reliable and trustworthy institution.

Business Visa

Business visas are recognised as the most complex visas to apply for, which is why we are here to help you successfully submit an application. If you have plans of establishing a business in Australia, investing in a company or migrating to Australia as a business owner or investor, it is vital you receive the correct immigration advice. For many, applying for a business visa may be the only option to residency in Australia. Our team of migration agents here at This Is Australia provide guidelines and industry knowledge to ensure that your visa application has the best possible chance of being approved.