Areas of Expertise
This visa lets a skilled worker to work in their nominated occupation for their approved sponsor period.
• you have been sponsored by an approved business
• you have the required skills to fill a position nominated by an approved business.
You must be sponsored by an approved business. We will work with your employer side by side to help your employer with Sponsorship Accreditation and Nomination approval for you.Find Out More Enquire Now
This visa is a permanent residence visa for skilled workers. It allows you to work in Australia under one of three streams:
• the Temporary Residence Transition stream
• the Direct Entry stream
• the Agreement stream. Find Out More Enquire Now
Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190). The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residence visa for points-test skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia after being nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency. To be able to apply for this visa you need to submit an expression of interest and then be invited through Skill Select to apply . You can be outside Australia when you apply and when the visa granted.
Skilled – Regional Sponsored (subclass 489) (There are two categories; one whereby an applicant is nominated by an eligible Australian relative living in a ‘Designated area’ and one whereby an applicant is nominated by a participating state or territory government)
Only people with occupations on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) can apply for a Skilled – Independent (subclass 189) visa or a Skilled – Regional Sponsored (subclass 489) visa, when they are nominated by an eligible Australian relative living in a ‘Designated area’.
The Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) is part of the Business Innovation and Investment Program. You must submit an expression of interest through SkillSelect and be nominated by a state or territory government before being invited to apply for this visa. The Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888) is the second stage of the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188). You can apply for it after you have fulfilled the requirements of your provisional visa. If you are the holder of a provisional Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188) and the state or territory which nominated you for that visa has not withdrawn the nomination, you have a current nomination by that state or territory.
The visa includes three streams:
• Business Innovation stream: for people with business skills who want to establish, develop and manage a new or existing business in Australia. A minimum of $800K in Business and personal Assets are required and your Business must have had a turnover of at least $500K in 2 of the past 4 years. Points tested.
• Investor stream: for people who want to make a designated investment of at least AUD1.5million in an Australian state or territory and maintain business and investment activity in Australia.
• Significant Investor stream: for people who are willing to invest at least AUD5million into complying investments in Australia and want to maintain business and investment activity in Australia.
Partner Visa Subclass 309/100 This visa is for people who are married or in a de facto relationship (including those in a same-sex relationship) to an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen applying offshore. After five (5) years from applying this visa you may be granted a permanent visa.
Prospective Marriage Visa Subclass 300 This visa is for someone who is overseas and is getting married in Australia to an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen within 9 months after applying. Once married, holders of this visa can then apply for a permanent visa.Enquire Now
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Would you like to find out what is the best visa option for you? Go ahead! Let us do all the hard work for you! We are experts at this, our outstanding track of successful applicants speak for itself. We think outside the square when it comes to your migration needs! Your goal is our goal, and we will not stop till we achieve it for you! Do not wait or rely on rumours, take control of your future – get qualified help!
WHO WE ARE
We are not a typical Migration Lawyers, we are entrepreneurs. We have ambitions, and If you need legal help for your business migration, we’d love to help. Our experience and commitment to quality enables us to provide clear and practical advice about the most complex cases and deliver services to a high standard to you, your employees or family members.
We’ve got nothing to hide. And why should we? You’re our partner in this, so we keep all communication, time estimates, agreements, project progress and pricing out in the open.
Unlike many firms, our team is not rewarded on the basis of billable hours. We use digital means to deliver value and responsiveness without wasting your money and time.
We understand the confusion, frustration and time associated with the visa application process and deliver a fast, friendly, expert immigration advice and assistance for people seeking a visa to Australia.
Consider this: If what we’re doing isn’t adding value to your life or business, why do it at all? At Miller & Co we strive to approach every situation with care, empathy and thought.
We Have a Client Centered Approach
Miller & Co has one objective: To make our clients lives easier. We are full service migration law firm dedicated-to solving migration & legal problems so that you can focus on your business and your future.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is there a guarantee of success?
We are not in the position of granting visas. The decision to grant or refuse a visa is solely belongs to the DIBP. However, we guarantee that we will do all what it takes, starting from preparation of documents, submissions and all communication with your allocated DIBP case manager, in order to receive the most friable outcome. We will fight for you till the end!
How long is the process?
The processing times, from the initial consultation to the final submission of the visa application varies. Usually, it depends on how quickly a client provides all necessary requested documents in support of a visa application,and of course the complexity of the work involved to prepare the matter.
What are the fees like?
We do not charge hourly rates to our clients.We provide a lump sum agreement, with all fees broken down and paid for each individual bulk of work completed and invoiced. This approach enables our clients to track the progress of a visa preparation from the start to the final stage of submission an application to the DIBP.
How much for the initial consultation?
The initial face-to-face consultation is $220. All consultations are made strictly by an appointment either over the phone or through our website “enquiry form”. However, if for some reason you are unable to see us in person, we offer a payed visa assessment service through our website.