When a brief visit to paradise just isn’t enough.

The Temporary Visas category includes Working Holiday Visas, Student Visas and Tourist Visas, as well as some business-related visas and ETA tourist visas.

These visas are intended for individuals who wish to visit Australia on holiday or stay in Australia for a longer period of time for work or study.

Thousands of Temporary Visas are issued each year, allowing people from all over the world to come to Australia to study, conduct short-term business or simply enjoy all that Australia has to offer.

Unfortunately, there are thousands of additional visa applications that are denied, which is often due to mistakes made on the application form. Realising the importance of the steps that should be taken during the application process for a Temporary Visa if you wish to transition to a permanent visa at a later date is an important consideration.

The visas that fall into this category are quite varied, and each has its own set of requirements that must be met. Some visas, in particular those that fall under the business category, also require assessments to ensure professionals obtain the correct visa for the purpose of their visit.

A great first step towards successfully obtaining the visa you need please complete a Free Assessment.

*By choosing ASC Migration to lodge your Visa application, you can save thousands of dollars compared to other migration agents. See our Fees and Costs page for more information.

 

All Temporary Visas

Student Visas require a multiple-step process, which can be complicated particularly if you might want to remain in Australia after your studies and transition to a permanent visa. Our advice is to understand your potential migration pathways before you apply for university placement. 

By engaging ASC Migration early in the process, we can effectively manage an easy transition towards permanent residency if your goal is to stay in Australia for the long term. 

While we want you to be focused on your studies, we have encountered many students who have not thought about the next step of their migration plans and have been left holding a degree that has no pathway towards permanent residency. This can cause a lot of stress which we can do our best to help you avoid the earlier we are involved in the process.

To find out more about the visa pathways that are open to you once you have completed your studies, complete a Free Assessment today.

Prospective travellers from an ETA country who are of good character generally can apply to visit Australia without too much difficulty.

However, those from other parts of the world, particularly developing nations should enlist the assistance of an Australian Registered Migration Agent to try to ensure their visa application is not among the thousands of applications for Tourist Visas that are rejected each year.

At the same time, to ensure your holiday planning will go off without a hitch, we do recommend that you complete a Free Assessment, which will allow us to provide our opinion regarding whether or not you will need to obtain a visa through a formal application.

The Temporary Work (Short Stay Activity) visa is a temporary visa that lets you enter Australia to:

  • do short-term, highly specialised, non-ongoing work
  • participate in an event or events on a non-ongoing basis at the invitation of an Australian organisation.
  • in limited circumstances, participate in an activity or work relating to Australia’s interests.

Generally you can stay in Australia for up to three months where required, but depending on your work or activity a longer period of up to six months may be allowed in limited circumstances.

To begin the process of securing a Temporary Work (Short Stay) visa, complete a Free Assessment today.