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Comprehensive management of your sponsorship obligations

Any business that’s approved as a Standard Business or Overseas Standard Business Sponsor must meet strict legal obligations to employ certain visa holders from contributory parent visas to permanent partner visas. And without the help of experienced migration agents, non-compliance can land you in hot water.

Compliance with Australia’s intricate immigration laws

Family immigration laws in Australia are constantly evolving and without expert help in your corner, complying with these rules and regulations can be difficult. With over 30 years of experience, we can help you sort through the legal jargon and provide you with current and beneficial legal and migration advice.

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From visa codes to restrictions, our experts have you covered

Family immigration covers a vast range of temporary and permanent visa subclasses that help family members, and couples in de facto relationships achieve residency in Australia or become Australian permanent residents. Ensuring that you’re utilising the one that suits your situation best and meeting their obligations can prove difficult without specialist migration agent help. So, whether you need help with applying for a family or partner visa or understanding the restrictions attached to being a visa holder, our immigration lawyers have got you covered.

Revolutionise the way you conduct your visa checks

Whether you need to check your employees’ visa status once every 12 months or on an ongoing basis, Smart Visa Check is an automated visa-checking service. It will give you the peace of mind you need to ensure that your business is 100 per cent compliant with the law.

Got burning questions? We’ve got answers

Australia’s family migration scheme provides an avenue for eligible people to sponsor their parents, dependent children, or relatives to join them in the country on either a temporary or permanent basis. The complex nature of the immigration system means you’ll need expert help from experienced visa lawyers or migration agents, and that’s where Citation Migration can help. Start a conversation with our experienced team today.

The parent visa is a permanent visa type that allows a parent of a settled Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen to move to Australia. Changes to Australian citizenship eligibility for some New Zealand citizens holding special category (subclass 444) (SCV) visas came into place on 1 July 2023 and now apply.

The complex nature of the immigration system means you’ll need expert help from specialist migration agents, and that’s where Citation Migration can help. Start a conversation with our experienced team today.

A family immigration lawyer or migration agent understands the intricacies of Australia’s immigration system including the legislation, rules, and regulations that govern it. Their extensive knowledge means that they know how to navigate the system without mistakes, which visas apply to different situations, and how to achieve a successful outcome. Without the help of experienced immigration lawyers or migration agents, the immigration system can quickly become overwhelming and lead to mistakes that can be easily avoided with the right help.

Every country’s immigration system is complex, and Australia’s is no different. With Citation Migration in your corner, you’ll have the expertise and backing of experienced migration agents to achieve all your migration needs. Start a conversation with our team today.

The Department of Home Affairs is the Interior Government Ministry responsible for the central coordination of national security, law enforcement, emergency management, border control, immigration, refugees, citizenship, transport security, and multicultural affairs. This is the government department that handles all visa applications including partner visa applicants, parent visas, and permanent residency.

A permanent resident refers to a person’s legal residency status within a country or territory where the person is not a citizen but has the right to reside permanently. In Australia, a permanent resident is someone who holds a permanent residency visa but isn’t an Australian citizen.