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Temporary Visas

There are a number of temporary visas also available for entry into Australia:


Visas to Visit Australia


You may choose to visit Australia for a holiday under a Tourism visa. This is the most popular visitor visa to Australia.

Some people may need to enter Australia as a Sponsored Visitor because of various reasons, including their ability to support themselves whilst in Australia - a sponsored visitor visa provides security that the visitor will be looked after whilst in Australia and will depart when required.

The Working Holiday Visa is available to those who wish to travel around Australia and also participate in some work whilst doing this. This visa is for people aged 30 years of age and under


Visas to Work in Australia


There are limited options that you may wish to consider when wanting to work temporarily in Australia. There is a temporary business visa scheme that will allow you to enter Australia and work for up to 4 years if you are sponsored by an Australian or Overseas Business Sponsor.

There are also regional migration schemes that may also be of interest that will allow you to enter Australia temporarily to work and these visas can lead to permanent residency if you meet the correct criteria after some time in Australia.

The migration programme also has visas that may be used if you wish to enter Australia to organise an event or conference. Further information about these visas can be obtained from a migration matters consultant ukoffice@migrationmatters.com or ozoffice@migrationmatters.com.


Visas to Work in Australia


Australia has a comprehensive Student Visa regime that allows you to enter Australia and study within the school system at basically any level from primary school to University. Recently the Australian Government announced that a new Trade Skills Training Visa would be developed.

This visa will allow full fee paying trainees to undertake a pilot apprenticeship programme in Regional Australia. On successful completion of this apprenticeship, trainees will be able to migrate to a regional area of Australia. This is one of the changes that the Australian Government hopes will assist in filling the shortage of trade skills in Australia.


Visas to establish a Business in Australia


The Business Skills visa class encourages successful business people to settle permanently in Australia and develop new or existing businesses. These visas are a two-stage visa which involves a temporary visa that can lead to permanent residency. However, you do not have to take the permanent residency, you may apply and enter Australia to temporarily stay onshore to establish your business and may then return to your other businesses overseas.

There are also Employer Nomination visas that allow Australian employers and approved overseas businesses to bring employees to Australia to temporarily assist in various skilled occupations. Contact a Migration Matters consultant today for further details ozoffice@migrationmatters.com or ukoffice@migrationmatters.com.


Visas to gain Medical Assistance in Australia


The Medical Treatment Visa is usually issued on the basis of an arrangement to undergo medical treatment or medical consultations in Australia. There are certain conditions that must be met before a visa can be issued, including that applicant's have enough funds to support themselves and any accompanying persons during the visit.



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