At Ronys Migration Services, our clients are most important! An ethical and reliable organisation, with accurate advice and smooth problem resolution.
Each individual has unique circumstances requiring personalised advice from day one as we are assisting our clients in making one of the most important decisions of their lives.
The Australian migration system is multifaceted and Ronys Migration Services takes out the hassle and guess work. Our mission is to manage the entire process from start to finish!
General Skilled Migration in Australia
A General skilled migration is suitable for clients that wish to work and live in Australia on a permanent basis. The Visa enables foreign nationals and their family members to live, work and study in Australia. The employment categories are specific.
There are a variety of general skilled migration visa options:
1. Skilled independent subclass 189 this is a permanent visa option where the applicant is unable to be sponsored by a relative, employee or government body.
2. Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 this is a permanent visa option that requires nomination by an Australia State or Territory government
3. Skilled work regional (provisional) subclass 491 this is a 5-year provisional visa which requires the applicant to live, work and study in Australia. The applicant must be sponsored by an Australian State or Territory Government or a relative.
4. Graduate temporary subclass 485 this is a temporary visa. It can be applied for by international students who have completed a qualification that took atleast two years in Australia. The applicant must satisfactorily complete a Skills Assessment
5. Skilled regional Subclass 887 for an applicant to qualify for this visa, they must live in the region for 2 years and work in the region for 12 months.
Ronys Migration Services can assist you in navigating your migration options in order to reach a successful outcome.
Business Migration in Australia
Australia has a growing economy that presents various opportunities to launch a business future. The Business Migration Visa is a 4-year temporary visa. There are five different streams of provisional business visas. Each stream has its own requirements to be fulfilled Once the business is established, applicants may apply for permanent residence through the Business Innovation and Investment Subclass 888 visa. The business must satisfy some of the following requirements:
turnover for at least 2 of the last 4 years – Business ownership – the net personal and business assets – the owner must be under 55 years of age – the business meets the pass mark in the Business Innovation and Investment Points test – have an overall successful career
Family Migration in Australia
Family migration enables children, parents and spouses to apply to join their family in Australia. There are various types of family migration including:
Spouse migration allows the spouse or prospective spouse for an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to apply to stay in Australia. The visa can be of a Temporary or Permanent nature. The visa status is Temporary whilst the Permanent Partner Visa is being processed. The estimated processing time is 29 months. Same sex and de-facto couples could apply for this visa. Applicants have to satisfy the four pillars of a relationship.
Child Migration in Australia
Child migration allows the dependent child of Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to apply to stay in Australia as a permanent resident. The child must be under the age of 18 and a full-time student or be Under the age of 23 and be financially dependent on the parent or be over the age of 18 and unable to work due to a disability.
Parent migration allows the parent of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to move to and stay in Australia permanently. The child must sponsor the parent and an application for the parent must be lodged within 6 months of the sponsorship approval. The parent must have at least half of their children as permanent residents in Australia or more children permanently in Australia than in any other country. There is an age criterion that applies. The parent must be old enough to be granted the age pension in Australia. The parent will however have to remain in Australia for 10 years to be eligible for the age pension.