The IAA and Immigration Advice The Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) is an independent body, created to protect the interests of applicants receiving New Zealand immigration advice. This includes advising which visa an applicant is eligible for, or assisting someone in applying for a visa. Anyone giving immigration advice must hold a current licence, unless they […]
Online Technical Interview assessments are available on weekdays at one of our assessment venues in Edinburgh, Manchester and London.. Face-to-face assessments are in the United Kingdom and Australia. Non-licensed trades are assessed via technical interview. The assessment for licensed trades involves a face-to-face practical assessment and a technical interview. Face-to-face assessments are currently scheduled for […]
As of 1 July 2019 there has been an increase in visa application charges on most visa subclasses. If you have not yet lodged your visa then these price increases will apply to you. Visa Go Emigration specialise in skilled, partner and parent visa applications. The updated prices for these are listed below: Skilled Migrant […]
The 1 July 2018 saw the beginning of a new migration year in Australia. Over the last 6 weeks there have been an abundance of changes to the skilled migration process. These changes are outlined below: 1) Minimum points required for skilled migration increase to 65 Applicants applying for a Skilled Visa for Australia must […]
The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs publish global visa processing times monthly on their website. On 18 January 2018 the visa processing times were updated, showing a decrease in processing times for all skilled visas.
Can I apply directly to the Australian Government? Yes, however the purpose of the Australian Government department is to enforce immigration law and therefore they will not offer any assistance when applying for a visa. You will find basic guidelines on the official Government website; however there is no tailored advice available. The visa process […]