Bridges Immigration can provide you with very affordable visa consultations with one of our Registered Migration Consultants

Before the consultation, you will need to provide us with information relevant to your case. We will evaluate the information provided including your current circumstances and determine the most appropriate visa for you and check your eligibility based on current legislation.

We will provide you with a frank and truthful immigration advice and point out any issues or concerns which can arise with your application. In case you or family members are not eligible under current immigration laws, we will inform you to avoid spending time and resources in an application which will ultimately fail.

Consultation with us can be done through telephone or Facebook messenger if you are located overseas.

You can book an online appointment with us by clicking the following link:


All matters are treated with the strictest rules of confidentiality.

Independent Skilled Visas

Bridges Immigration and Visa Services Pty. Ltd. specializes in processing Independent Skilled Visas including Family Sponsored and State/Territory Sponsored Visas. There is a wide range of visa sub classes available for skilled applicants and each visa sub classes are subjected to a different criteria and conditions.

We will evaluate all possible options and advice you in choosing the most appropriate visa. We also plan and formulate a strategy to achieve the most viable, cost effective..

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Partner Visas

Are you currently in Australia on a temporary visa on the basis of your marriage or de facto relationship? If you are married to, or in a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or Eligible New Zealand citizen, our migration agents can help you solve all of your migration issues relating to your relationship.

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Other Family Visas

Being a family member of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or Eligible New Zealand citizen does not automatically give you the right to migrate in Australia. However, there are visas where the basis of eligibility is based on family relationship.

At Bridges Immigration and Visa Services Pty. Ltd., we can help in bringing your family together by determining the best pathway for your family members to join you in Australia.

To find out more about what we can offer, please book an online appointment with us if you would like to discuss any concerns or problems concerning the immigration process, and we will ensure that all matters are treated with strict confidentiality.

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Student Visas

Australia is one of the best countries in the world to study. Student visa holders may have the permission to work part time during the semester and full time during holidays.

If you are planning to study in Australia, Bridges Immigration can assist you in your journey towards obtaining a qualification in Australia. We can help you prepare what level of evidence documents required for your chosen course and country of origin.

Eligible courses include but are not limited to:

  1. Primary School;
  2. High School;
  3. Vocational Education and Training;
  4. University (undergraduate, postgraduate);
  5. Independent ELICOS;
  6. Non-award courses;
  7. AusAID; and
  8. Defence sponsored studies.

To find out more about how we can help you, please book an appointment with us online.

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Employer Sponsored Visas

Are you an employer needing to sponsor skilled overseas workers temporarily or permanently? Bridges Immigration can assist you in getting sponsorship and nomination for your overseas employee. We aim to make the process as stress free and seamless as much as possible. We can also help you in all your Australian immigration needs including concerns regarding employer monitoring and other issues with the Department of Home Affairs.


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Visa Cancellation / Refusals

If your visa has been cancelled or refused, there are avenues that can be taken to have the Department of Home Affairs’ decision reviewed through Administrative Law.

Administrative law is the body of law regulating government decision-making. The federal system of administrative law is made up of four elements:

  1. Tribunals – decision making bodies that are independent of government departments which provide ‘merits review’, i.e. examining and ‘re-making’ decisions independent of primary decision-makers such as the Department of Immigration;
  2. Courts – courts do not re-make decisions, but examine the lawfulness of government decisions and decision making and interpret legal provisions, in a proves known as ‘judicial review’;
  3. Commonwealth Ombudsman – a permanent executive agency with power to investigate and report on the effectiveness of administrative processes and administrative decisions made by government agencies; and
  4. Freedom of Information and Privacy – laws which identify rights of access to official information, subject to exclusions and laws which regulate the duty in relation to confidential information.

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