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If you are a foreign investor and want to start a business in Australia, contact us for expert and professional advice and assistance in preparing and lodging your application for business and investor visas
Migrating to Australia
The Northern Territory of Australia gives you a better chance.
If you want to visit Australia, stay, study, work or migrate, you will be confronted by some of the strictest and most complex border control laws in the world. Even if you are an Australian resident and seek to sponsor relatives or loved ones or want to become a subclass 187 visa or 457 visa (which is due to end in March 2018) employer, the process can be difficult. Migration law is a complex, constantly changing area of law and requires detailed knowledge of and experience in applying for the many different categories of permanent, temporary, business, family and bridging visas and in meeting their respective processes and criteria. Click to see Visa Listing.
At Jude Lawyers our migration agent has all the boxes ticked. Contact us today if you need help to apply for a visa, challenge a decision or have any other migration related issue.
We provide assistance in all categories of visas including:
- Business and skilled visas,
- Work visas,
- Parent and relative visas,
- Partner (including same sex) visas,
- Student visas,
- Refugee and protection visas.
Give us a call today to find out how our professional and friendly migration agent can help you.
Ahmad Dostizada (fluent in Hazaragi, Farsi, Urdu and Hindi)
Solicitor and Migration Agent
Member of the Migration Institute of Australia
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The Northern Territory Designated Area Migration Agreement
Under a special agreement, it is now easier for Employers in the NT to sponsor foreign workers on Temporary Work (Skilled) Subclass 457 Visa (due to end in March 2018) by a simple process of obtaining endorsement from the NT Department of Business after meeting four criteria.
Certain concessions available under NT DAMA include a reduction in the English language level requirement under the IELTS for some occupations, inclusion of some occupations not available under the standard 457 visa business sponsorship and up to a 10% concession to the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT).
Contact us today if you are an NT business wishing to apply for access to NT DAMA. We provide tailored advice for your unique circumstances based on our experience and knowledge of this area of migration law.