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Migration Next - We are committed to providing immigration advice and assistance to potential immigrants

Everyone has their own circumstances and with the complexity of immigration laws, it may be difficult to choose the correct visa type that best suits your needs. Our honest and experienced migration agents will help their Clients navigate through this complexity of Australian visas and immigration laws. They will advise on the best visa, help prepare visa applications, ensure documentation is up to standard, give honest opinion on eligibility, monitor the progress of visa application, liaise with the Australian Government on behalf of Client and represent Clients in court in relation to any visa matter.

Richard Amhaz is the lead migration agent at Migration Next with over 23 years of experience in the world of immigration. He speaks English and Arabic. Migration Next is an officially Registered Migration Agency, committed to providing the best services with honesty to clients wanting to migrate to Australia, because we care.

Want a face to face consultation to discuss what you need? Get in touch with us now! We are passionate about providing you with the smoothest migration process possible.

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Our Migration Services

Helping with Australian Immigration Visas

Australian visas can be difficult to navigate in and fully understand. Laws and pre-requisites often change, and what may be the right visa option a year ago may not be the best option today.

Our consultations are aimed to scope individual circumstances by using our extensive knowledge of Australian visas and immigration law to help our clients navigate the complex world of visa applications.

We are experienced in helping people migrate to Australia. We assess our client’s personal circumstances and provide clear advice on visa options. We provide advice and are confident in preparing visa applications quickly and efficiently allowing our clients to stress less as we monitor the progress of the visa application and liaise with the Australian Government on behalf of them.

Australian immigration law and policies are changed regularly. Our experience and knowledge allow us to provide valuable up to date information for our client.

Visitor Visas

This category allows you to visit Australia for tourism, short term business, transit or work and holiday. Subclass 600 has numerous streams allowing you to stay up to 12 months. These streams consist of the Tourist Stream, Sponsored Family stream and Business Visitor stream. With our help, you may be eligible for a Visit Visa, Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), eVisitor Visa, Medical Treatment Visa, Transit Visa, Work and Holiday Visa or Working Holiday Visa.

Contact us to know which visa best suits your needs, whether it is to see your loved ones, work while on holiday, attend a conference, or a business meeting, or see the sights of Australia.

Visitor (subclass 600) ; Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601); eVisitor (subclass 651);

Transit Visa (subclass 771);

Work and Holiday Visa (subclass 462);

Working Holiday Visa (subclass 417);

Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 870);

Medical Treatment Visa (subclass 602)

Family and Partner Visa

There are several visa options available to consider when looking at the Family and Partner Visa category. There is nothing more important than being with your loved ones whether it is your parents, a relationship with someone special, a child or someone who requires your care in Australia. Be confident with professional advice from us, we can help you choose the best visa option based on your current situation and location.

We act on your behalf making your life easier and stress-free. The last thing you need is a lot of paperwork. Our registered migration experts understand that your future together in Australia is of the utmost importance.

Partner (Provisional and Migrant) Visa (subclass 309 100); Partner Visa (subclass 820 801); Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300); New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa (subclass 461);

Child Visa (subclass 101); Child Visa (subclass 802) ; Dependent Child Visa (subclass 445);

Parent Visa (subclass 103); Aged Parent Visa (subclass 804); Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 884); Contributory Aged Parent Visa (subclass 864); Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 173); Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 143);

Carer Visa (subclass 836); Carer Visa (subclass 116);

Resident Return Visa (subclass 155); Resident Return Visa (subclass 157)

Student and Graduate Visa

Australian Education is renowned for high-quality education. This category is for students who intend to undertake full-time study or a guardian who wishes to support a child who holds a student visa. It is also for an international student who wants to live, study and work after finishing their studies.

We can provide clear advice on visa requirements based on individual circumstances, whether a student, guardian or freshly graduate student.

Student Visa (subclass 500) ; Student Guardian (subclass 590);

Training Visa (subclass 407);

Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485)

Work and Skill Visa

Skilled people can work in Australia and are required to find a visa that best suits the work they intend to do. Australian employers can sponsor certain occupations that are required for their business. Skilled people who can satisfy the points test criteria might be eligible to migrate permanently to Australia with their family unit.

To see if you satisfy the criteria, contact us now. We can assist you throughout the whole process, from assessing your eligibility, completing the necessary forms and registrations and act on your behalf throughout the visa application process.

Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa (subclass 400); Temporary Activity Visa (subclass 408); Skilled-Recognised Graduate Visa (subclass 476); Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (subclass 482) ; Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489)

Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186); Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (subclass 187); Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189); Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) Visa (subclass 191); Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190);

Refugee and Humanitarian

The Australian Refugee and Humanitarian Program is part of international efforts to protect refugees, respond to global humanitarian needs and protect people who fear persecution or are at risk of significant harm in their home country.

The protection, refugee and humanitarian program is a complex area of law with regular changes to the program. Whether you are in or outside of Australia, our office can assist with your visa application based on your own claims.

Global Special Humanitarian (subclass 202)
Protection Visa (subclass 866)
Refugee Visas (subclass 200, 201, 203 & 204)

Australian Citizenship

You can become an Australian citizen in different pathways. You must meet certain criteria before you apply. Citizenship by conferral and descent are the most common ways to apply. You can also request citizenship certificate if lost or for children born to Australian permanent residents.

To assess if you meet the criteria of Australian citizenship please contact us so we can provide you with advice and assistance.

Appeal and Review

If your visa is refused or cancelled, you might be able to have the decision reviewed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Your application must be submitted within the time limit on your notification. The AAT role is to review the department’s decision and take into account any additional information submitted to the tribunal. A favourable decision may be made in your favour by the AAT which could lead to visa grant or revoke of visa cancellation.

Our office can submit an application to the AAT, assist in any required submissions and represent you at the hearing.

Quality in everything we do.

Richard holds a Graduate Certificate of Australian Migration Law and Practice from The Australian National University (December 2016). He is a Justice of Peace Reg No: 211137.

He has 17 years of experience with the department of immigration. He also worked for other migration firms prior to being registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) since 2017 and running his own office.

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