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Education Services

Our student visa services start with career counselling. Discovering your potential and area of interest is crucial before enrolling in a course. Choosing a course becomes a piece of cake when you know what you want to become. Thus, if you are unsure about what you want to do, please feel free to contact us for a free career counselling session. 


Being an international student in Australia itself is a challenge. As much as it is a challenge, it is also an opportunity to acquire world-class education that has a stellar reputation around the globe. Remember us for your queries about colleges and universities in Sydney and all over Australia. We also help you discover your true potential, and also offer career counselling services. We represent various universities and colleges in Sydney and other parts of Australia.


We take pride in offering below services:

  • Free career counselling and resume writing
  • Scholarship application assistance and university/college admission
  • OSHC and OVSC
  • Pre-departure orientation
  • Medical and bio-metric booking assistance
  • Student and dependent visa processing assistance



Student Visa

Every year thousands of students from around the globe make their journey to Australia in search of quality education and better career opportunity.


Student visa allows students to undertake studies at various level. From the Independent ELICOS sector to Schools Sector to Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Higher Education sector, every year thousands of overseas students achieve a world-class education in Australia through Student (subclass 500) visa. Not to mention, it allows people to get hands-on industry experience as visa holders are permitted to work up to 40 hours a fortnight during their study sessions is in progress.


Students also need to be mindful of various student visa conditions they need to comply with. The visa conditions that can be imposed on a student visa are:


8105 – Work limitation

This condition means that you must not engage in any work before your course of study commences. You are also not permitted to work more than 40 hours per fortnight when you are in Australia when your course of study is in session.


8202 – Meet course requirements

This condition means that you must be enrolled in a full-time course and satisfy the course requirements of your enrolment including the course level, course progress and course attendance.


8501 – Maintain health insurance

This condition means that you must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance (generally Overseas Student Health Cover) while you are in Australia. You must not enter Australia before your Overseas Student Health Cover has begun. You are not permitted to remain in Australia after your Overseas Student Health Cover has expired


8516 – Must maintain eligibility

This condition means that you must continue to maintain your eligibility as a person who would satisfy the criteria for the grant of your visa.


8517 – Maintain education for dependants

This condition means that you must ensure that adequate schooling arrangements are maintained for your school-age dependants who will be in Australia for more than three months on the visa.


8532 – Under 18 approve welfare

This condition means that you must maintain adequate accommodation, support and general welfare arrangements.


8533 – Inform the provider of the address

This condition means that you must notify your education provider within seven days after arriving in Australia of your residential address (if you were outside of Australia at the time of the grant). In all cases, you are also required to notify them of any change to your residential address in Australia within seven days after the change.

In addition to the above conditions, conditions 8203, 8204 could also be imposed depending upon the nationality of the student. Also, other conditions such as 8535, 8303, 8534, 8104, 8518, 8201 may also be imposed depending upon the individual circumstances of the applicant.

Migration Services

Australia’s migration system is very highly competitive. With constant changes in Australia’s migration law and policies, sometimes you may feel lost. With the plethora of information available on the Internet, it is easy to be misguided.

With a beautifully diverse culture and a great blend of multi-ethnic population, Australia has been the number one attraction for many people around the globe. Australia boasts a high-quality educational system and great healthcare system, and it is known for its low crime rates compared to other countries.

Once you are with us, you do not need to worry anymore. If you follow our guidance, we guarantee that your journey to permanent residency becomes a smooth one. With a proper plan and the right guidance, you can easily achieve the dream of becoming a permanent resident and citizen of Australia.



We not just help you to enroll in the right PYP provider, but we also counsel you as to how to make the best of your professional year course. With the right approach, you could land your dream job in your field of interest.


Temporary Graduate (Subclass 485) visa

This is one of the most popular temporary visas in Australia. This visa can be granted for up to five years depending upon the course level and country of passport. There are two streams available depending on the level of course completed. For more information, please feel free to contact us.


General Skilled Migration

The Skilled stream of the Migration Program is designed to attract migrants who make a significant contribution to the Australian economy, and fill positions where no Australian workers are available. Skilled migrants have very high participation rates in the workforce, helping to stimulate economic growth, which results in more jobs.


The Skilled stream also plays an important role in regional development through providing skills and labour which can’t be sourced locally, as well as encouraging investment and promoting local spending in regional areas.



Global Talent Visa Program

The Global Talent Visa Program is a streamlined visa pathway. It is for highly skilled professionals to work and live permanently in Australia. 

Australia wants the brightest and best global talent to work in ten future-focused sectors. We designed the program to support the economy by introducing innovative skills to high priority industries. This will create opportunities for Australians by:

  • transferring skills
  • promoting innovation
  • creating jobs. 


Australia is also a lifestyle destination. It is one of the most prosperous, safe and culturally diverse countries in the world. Australia offers opportunities for innovation. We have strong trading links and a business-friendly regulatory approach. Through the program, we will grant talented individuals permanent residency to make their new lives in Australia.

In 2021-2022, there are 15,000 places available under the program.

Global Talent Officers are in Australia, London, San Francisco, Singapore, Taipei, and Washington DC. They promote the program by engaging with prospective applicants, businesses, and industry.



Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) visa

This visa has three streams. 



Direct Entry stream

This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer, live and work in Australia permanently.



Labour Agreement Stream

This visa lets skilled workers who are nominated by their employer live and work in Australia permanently. The Labour Agreement stream might be for you if you currently work, or will work, for an employer who is a party to a labour agreement.



Temporary Residence Transition Stream

This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer, live and work in Australia permanently.



Basic Eligibility:

  • You must hold a 457, TSS or related bridging visa A, B or C
  • Usually, you must have worked for your employer full-time for at least three years
  • You must be nominated by your employer


Partner and Family Visas

Bringing a partner or family You might want to bring your partner or family over to join you temporarily or permanently in Australia. How you do this will depend on whether you are a visa holder or not, and if you are visa holder, which visa you have.


Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 870)

Applications to sponsor a parent for a Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa opened on 17 April 2019. Once a sponsorship application is approved, a sponsored parent is able to apply for a Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa. Applications for the visa opened on 1 July 2019.


The visa provides parents with a new pathway to temporarily reunite with their children in Australia, while ensuring that taxpayers are not required to cover additional costs. The visa responds to community concerns about the limited number of Parent places in the migration program and associated lengthy waiting periods.


To be eligible for the visa, a parent must be the biological parent, legal parent (including adoptive parent), step-parent or parent-in-law of the sponsor, who must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.



Ministerial Intervention Request

If you have an unsuccessful review at the AAT, you may have the option to request for ministerial intervention. 


The Minister has powers under the Migration Act 1958 to replace a decision of a merits review tribunal on a person’s case with a decision that is more favourable to that person if the Minister thinks it is in the public interest to do so.


You should not assume that your request for ministerial intervention will be referred to the Minister. The Minister does not have to look at your case and does not have to intervene. Most requests are finalised by the Department in accordance with the Minister’s guidelines. Only a small number of requests are referred to the Minister.



When you can make a request 

 You might be able to make a request for ministerial intervention if you have received a decision by a merits review tribunal. This means the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and, for review decisions made before 1 July 2015, the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal. The Minister’s powers are not available in the following circumstances: 


  • there is no review decision by a merits review tribunal
  • a Minister has already intervened to grant a visa
  • a tribunal has found that it does not have jurisdiction to review a decision
  • a tribunal has found that the review application was made outside the time limits
  • a tribunal has returned your case to us for further consideration and one of our decision-makers has made a subsequent decision on your case.

You should not discontinue any application for judicial review on the expectation that the Minister will intervene in your case because only a small number of requests for ministerial intervention are successful.