Sunshine and Subclasses: Australian Immigration Explained

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Sunshine and Subclasses

Australian immigration explained

If you’re interested in migrating to Australia and you want a comprehensive overview of the Australian visa process, then this book is for you!
Sunshine and Subclasses is your essential first step on the road to Australian migration. It provides a clear and engaging guide, free of jargon and legalese.
Mege provides an insightful breakdown of this complex subject by using conversations with clients from her practice to highlight the common misconceptions around Australian visas.
Covering the full range of visas from the simple working holiday visa, right through to the visa requirements for setting up a business in Australia, Sunshine and Subclasses will give you a practical and amusing guide for your first steps into the Australian visa application process.

Available now on Amazon as a Paperback or Kindle version.

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4 Replies to “Sunshine and Subclasses: Australian Immigration Explained”

  1. Hello,

    I want to immigrate to Australia. I know if I take decision and walk on it I will succeed, still that “but”, “what”, “how” those factors are there cos I feel it’s too late for me as I am 35 yrs old. How I can overcome this factor? Please help me.

  2. I was banned when boarding at airport.have no enough money to traveler is one of reasons.I can accepted but get there to work isn’t true.how to remove status black list

  3. i want to migrate to overseas i don t know how can i start my migration i am an earth moving technician trained by a dealer having an advanced diploma 6 years of training and 8 years experience working in an open cast and underground mines.please give me a full clue about the process.

    1. Thank you for your question.

      The Australian visa system has many classes of visas and the different application processes can be complicated. If you are serious about finding out about your specific visa options that are based on your background and not just generalised information, we recommend you consider our visa assessment service. https://theimmigrationagency.com/contact/

      You don’t have to use our visa assessment service, feel free to look for other Australian registered migration agents on the MARA website as well but safeguard yourself by getting an professional assessment of your options initially even if you end doing the actual application yourself.

      All the best.

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