Migration

In HBD Services our experienced migration agents counsel for immigration. At this moment we are working as one of the prominent migration agent in Sydney. HBD services counsel directly with own registered migration agent and also in affiliation with the biggest migration firm in Sydney Parish Patience.

Student Visa- HBD Services helps students in applying Student visa (subclass 500) starting from application form fill up to financial documents arranging to financial declaration to Statement of Purpose preparing.
This application is processed using the SSVF (Simplified Student Visa Framework), which is a guideline for application for student visa.

Application requirements:

  • Obtain valid CoE
  • Proof or Financial Capabilities
  • Sponsor Documentation
  • Academic & employment Certificates
  • Statement of Purpose
  • GTE test
  • Insurance for the period of study
  • Personal details and welfare arrangements
  • Spouse visa/subsequent Entant

Subsequent Entrance Student Visa (Subclass 500)
Do you have a partner or a baby and are you studying in Australia? No need to worry about leaving
them behind; they can apply to accompany you to Australia as dependents on your student visa
application. Family members must satisfy the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) criterion and prove
they are genuinely applying to stay Australia as a member of the family unit of the main applicant.

  • GTE requirement
  •  Intention to comply with visa conditions
  • Has a good record of complying with visa conditions on visa(s) previously held
  • Declared intention to comply with the conditions for which the visa is granted
  • Any other relevant matters

The DOHA will consider the following factors when assessing the GTE criterion:

  • Applicant’s circumstances in their home country
  • Applicant’s potential circumstances in Australia
  • Applicant’s immigration history
  • Where the applicant is a minor, intentions of a parent, legal guardian, spouse or de facto partner
  • Any other relevant matters

Similar to the main applicant, secondary applicants must also fulfil a financial requirement – they are
to have sufficient funds to cover the cost of their living in Australia for the duration of their intended
stay in Australia.

GSM visa– Subclass 189 allows an applicant to stay & work as a permanent resident in Australia. This visa is applicable for SOL point based skilled immigrants. Applicant is eligible to apply for this visa if invited. When a letter of invitation was sent, applicant must also meet the following requirements:

  • Not yet turned 50 years of age.
  • Nominated an occupation that is on the relevant Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).
  • Obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation.
  • Achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • At least competent English.

Partner visa- Partners or fiancés of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or eligible New Zealand citizens may apply to enter and/or remain permanently in Australia. You must either be married, in a de facto relationship (including same sex), have a registered relationship or be engaged (for Subclass 300 visa). HBD Services Expert Migration agents assist in processing partner visa.

Partner Temporary Visa (Subclass 820) and Permanent visa (subclass 801) for applicants in Australia
For people to stay in Australia with their partner, who are Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. The partner visa options for you is Subclass 820/801 visas. If two years after you applied for the partner visa initially and the relationship is still genuine and continuing, a permanent visa (Subclass 801) may be granted.

Partner Temporary Visa (Subclass 309) and Permanent Visa (Subclass 100) for applicants outside Australia
For people from overseas who want to migrate to and stay in Australia with their partner, who are Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. If two years after you apply for the partner visa initially and the relationship is still genuine and continuing, a permanent visa (Subclass 100) may be granted.

Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) for applicants outside Australia
For people from overseas who want to enter Australia and marry their fiancé in Australia. Their fiancé must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. Once married in Australia after arrival, holders of this visa can then apply for a Partner visa (within the 9 months period from the date of the grant of Subclass 300 visa) to remain permanently in Australia.

Parent Visa- HBD Services Expert Migration agents assist in processing following partner visa.

  • Aged Parent (Residence) visa (subclass 804)
  • Contributory Aged Parent (Residence) visa (subclass 864)
  • Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 884)
  • Contributory Aged Parent (Residence) visa (from subclass 884 to subclass 864)
  • Subclass 870 Temporary Parent Visa

Tourist Visa- The Visitor visa (subclass 600s) lets people visit Australia for a holiday or recreation, or to visit family and friends. This visa may be utilized for other short-term non-work purposes including study for less than three months.

Eligibility

  • Meet character and health requirements, if applicable;
  • Have access to sufficient funds to bear all your costs during your stay in Australia. You may be asked to provide evidence of your funds; and
  • Have no outstanding debts to the Commonwealth of Australia.

Affiliation with Parish Patience- Parish Patience Immigration Lawyers has been a well-known and reputable firm within the immigration profession. Parish Patience Lawyers, Migration Agents and other staff regularly present papers at Major Australian and international conferences, and have assisted thousands of visa applicants at every stage of the application and appeal process.
Professional team at Parish Patience is committed to establishing and maintaining long-lasting relationships with our clients. We offer trusted, personal and practical advice at cost effective rates best suited to each individual case.
The staff at Parish Patience has the experience, expertise and qualifications to provide high quality service in immigration (ranging from skilled migration, business opportunities to refugee, students and Federal Court matters) and non-Immigration matters (Litigation, Family Law, Criminal Law, Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Succession Law).

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