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  • Are you in Australia and want to stay?
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  • Do you want to work or study in Australia?
  • Have you met someone (even online) and want to be together?

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Is your situation complicated?  We’re here to help.

Blended families, children staying overseas, it doesn’t seem that complicated but your application could need close attention. Experts in complex situations, we have an outstanding success rate and will provide clear options for you. We will only engage if we know we can help.   If you think that your situation could be less straight forward and you need the services of a migration lawyer get in contact today.

 

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You can get help for any type of visa application, including:

  • Relationship based visas (marriage and partner visas)
  • Employer nominated visas (457, temporary & skilled work visas)
  • Skilled Independent visas (Subclass 189 (Skilled – Independent) Visa, Subclass 190, Subclass 489.
  • Student visas
  • Protection visas.

Get help staying compliant with your visa conditions

Staying compliant with your visa conditions is important. It is important that you know what they are, and what to do when your conditions change. If you’re not sure, give us a call. We can help you.

 

We’re here to help you to enjoy this beautiful country

 We give you clear-cut options, real alternatives, and an individual pathway to migration.

The complexities of Australia’s immigration law require specialist advice.

Our team will step you through the process all the way.

Do you need help with something else that is migration related?

Migration can be complicated. We can help you with:

  • Merits reviews, judicial reviews, and ministerial intervention applications
  • Visa cancellations
  • Visa refusals
  • Problems satisfying migration law health requirements.

Our team have successfully handled some of the most complicated cases in Australia. Get the right help now before further time and money is wasted. How? Email Richard to get the process started >>

Do you represent a law firm or Registered Migration Agent?

Migration often touches other areas of law, making matters complex. If you are a lawyer, if you represent a law firm or if you are a Registered Migration Agent, we can work with you, or provide advice and services to help you. Contact Richard for more information.

9 Comments
  • Omer
    November 14, 2017 6:08 pm

    Hello..
    I just want to know about my subsequent 485 visa.my wife is going to apply 485 visa and I am not in Australia. So, is there any financial evidence required for my visa.
    If yes, then how much is good enough?.
    Regards

  • Niki Griffiths
    November 15, 2017 11:20 am

    Hi Omer. We would require more information in order to help you. Would you mind if I emailed you directly about this?

  • daniel west
    December 20, 2017 11:15 pm

    Hi We have been in a same sex relationship for over 10 years, I have financially supported my partner in the Philippines all that time. I have visited him 13 times during that time the longest say was over 2 months. He has been here twice staying over 2 months at a time, his 3rd visa was denied stating insufficient evidence that he would return ( even though he had been here twice already) and that it wont be granted unless his circumstances change.
    That made it impossible for us to for fill the 12 months living together requirement for partner visa as I was unable to go there due to my job and supporting out relationship. I have ample evidence of our genuine relationship and many family and friends willing to give written statements supporting our relationship. Now the the laws have changed in Australia would we have access to the perspective marriage visa.

  • Niki Griffiths
    December 21, 2017 10:54 am

    Hi Daniel and thank you for your comment. We are yet to find out what this could mean for immigration law in terms of partner visa applications, we are hoping that there will be a positive change. If you are interested we will note to keep you in the loop once we hear from the Department of Immigration & Border Protection. Just email us on enquiries@timpsonimmigration.com.au

  • daniel west
    December 21, 2017 8:12 pm

    Hi Niki Thanks for replying. I have been reading on resent sites stuff like this from http://www.qnews.com.au/marriage-equality-removes-big-hurdle-sex-couples-seeking-visas/

    “Marriage equality advocates have applauded changes to federal immigration laws allowing equal treatment for same-sex couples applying for partner visas. The Immigration Department announced on Saturday it had broadened the category of applicants for partner visas to include same-sex couples after marriage equality took effect that day.
    Under the changes, a person in a same-sex marriage can now apply for partner visas as their partner’s “spouse” rather than as their “de facto partner”. Same-sex partners with a genuine intention to marry their partner in Australia can also now apply for the Prospective Marriage visa.
    Previously, same-sex partners had to apply for a permanent inter dependency visa and fulfill stricter criteria to prove the existence of their relationship, a process marriage equality campaigner Rodney Croome told SBS had been distressing and expensive for some couples.” Have you been notified of these changes, I am a bit confused. Regards Daniel.

  • Louise Delaney
    December 22, 2017 9:43 am

    Thanks Daniel for your comment. What the changes mean is that previously a same sex couple (even when married lawfully overseas) could only apply for a partner visa on de-facto partner grounds. With the recent change, these can now finally be applied for on spousal grounds as well. Where the prospective marriage comment is coming from is in terms of that visa (known as a TO 300) for someone to come in to Australia and marry their partner. That arrangement was only open to heterosexual couples before whereas now because the Marriage Act recognises same sex couples, it is also possible to look at bringing an overseas same sex partner in for the purposes of an Australian marriage.
    I hope that helps with any confusion.

  • Ali Raza
    January 30, 2018 3:36 pm

    Hi
    Me and my partner came to Australia in 2014 as a student and we meet in collage and start living together from October 2015 on wards and now we want to apply for permanent residency so can i claim my partners 5 point(Defecto) for applying permanent residency?
    We finished our studies in 2016 in masters in professional accounting and meet requirement of 2 year of study in Australia.

  • Md Shaid Hasan
    April 16, 2018 8:46 pm

    I am a lawyear Supremecourt of Bangladesh. I was dreams to live forain country. Please to help me to go your country

  • Niki Griffiths
    May 8, 2018 4:29 pm

    Hi Md Shaid, in order to help you we would require more information. Please send through details of your current situation and plans to enquiries@timpsonimmigration.com.au.

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