Skilled Migration is more cost-effective with National Visas

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As many of you may be well aware, last year the Department of Immigration announced a new visa fee structure for all visa applications, which included an increase to all visa application charges as well as adding additional costs for secondary applicants (family members) and a subsequent temporary visa application charge for applicants lodging a temporary visa in Australia (while holding a temporary visa which was granted while in Australia).

At National Visas, we understand these additional costs could directly affect our clients’ economy and budget while pursuing their dreams to migrate to Australia on a Skilled Visa.

For this reason we have decided to make significant changes to our fee structure, which no doubt will help our clients to achieve their goals and dreams in a very professional and cost effective way.

Our new fee structure will help our clients by providing them with:

  1. A simple 2 stage process
  2. Cost effective fee structure
  3. Alternative pathways

Our stage process

Our new process will be divided in 2 simple stages.

The first stage of the process is generally the Skills Assessment stage. After we have indentified your occupation for skilled migration, we will begin the process of getting your skills assessed. At this stage we will also discuss with you the English language requirement you will need to meet for skills assessment and/or for the actual visa application.

The second stage of the process will be lodging an Expression of Interest (EOI) and if invited to apply lodging the actual visa application. Depending on your personal circumstances you may or may not need to apply for State Sponsorship. State Sponsorship preparation is included in the stage 2 service.

Cost effective fee structure

By dividing our process into 2 separate stages, the cost of the entire process is divided between each stage making it much more cost effective for our clients. To see our current fees go here.
It is important to note that the fees listed in the link above do not include the government visa application fee or any other related fee (for example skills assessment, points test advice and state sponsorship)

Do I have to purchase both stages?

No, if for example you already hold a skills assessment or want to apply for it yourself you do not have to purchase the Skills Assessment service. Or if you use our services to obtain the skills assessment but want to manage your own Visa application, that’s also possible.

As you can see, our services are more flexible and cost effective than ever before!

Would you like to know if you qualify for a Skilled Visa?

You can start the process here by taking a free online assessment.

I look forward to helping you turn your Australian permanent residence dream into a reality. As a migrant to Australia myself (I am from Mexico and arrived in Australia on a skilled visa) I really understand just how important your visa application is to you.

National Visas’ registered migration agents are skilled, dedicated migration professionals – we’d love to help you achieve your dream.

Regards,
Alfonso Varela
Migration Advisor
MARN: 1278626

Editors note: Updated 5 September 2014

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Alfonso Varela

Migration Advisor at National Visas
As a migrant to Australia myself, I really understand just how important your visa application is to you and your family.

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