FAQ about Australian Migration Law
Having a stable economy, an amazing culture and a low crime rate, it’s no wonder why many people want to permanently move to Australia, the land down under. But before you make plans on moving to this country, you must first have a clear understanding of the country’s migration law.
Here are frequently asked questions regarding legal matters regarding migration:
What is a bridging visa?
A bridging visa grants you permission to stay in Australia while waiting for your application for residency to be approved. It’s can also be provided for residents with pending applications to move to another country.
What is Australian citizenship?
Australian citizenship gives you the title of becoming a permanent dweller in the country, assuming to you are willing to comply with the laws and standards of the country.
The process for applying for permanent residency is different, depending on your situation. Always check for any specific instructions regarding your case.
How long does it take to become a permanent resident of Australia?
Again, it all depends on your current situation. It’s important to remember that the faster you gather all the necessary documents and the more prepared you are during your interview affects how fast the process will be.
What makes a permanent residency visa different from a temporary one?
A permanent residency visa allows you to study, work and live in the country without any restriction. On the other hand, a temporary one will only allow you to stay in Australia until the date of your employment ends.
Why do I need an agent?
An agent is someone who knows the ins and outs of the country’s migration issues. This expert can help you gather all the necessary documents, coach you for your upcoming interview and help you process documents legally.
Moving to a different country, especially to Australia, is a huge life decision for any person. And if you want the process to be as smooth as possible, best to have a clear understanding regarding the Australian migration law. Visit Emerson Migration Law’s website and schedule a consultation today!