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Business Visa

Need a Business Visa to support your migration journey? The Solve Migration team can help!
Book a professional consultation today to find out how to start your visa application.

Business Innovation Stream Visa
(subclass 188A)

The Business Innovation Stream Visa supports business owners and investors who want to establish a new business or develop an existing business in Australia. This is a provisional visa and requires nomination by an Australian State or Territory government agency.

Investment Stream Visa
(subclass 188B)

The Investment Stream Visa is suitable for successful investors who aim to further develop their investment portfolio after relocating to Australia. This is a temporary visa and is subject to nomination by an approved Australian State or Territory government agency.

Significant Investor Stream Visa
(subclass 188C)

The Significant Investor Stream Visa is designed to support those investing over $5 million AUD in Australian investment and securities. This visa is provisional and is subject to receiving a nomination from an Australian State or Territory government agency.

Premium Investor Stream Visa
(subclass 188D)

The Premium Investor Stream Visa is suitable for people investing over $15 million AUD in eligible Australian channels. This is a temporary visa, and all applicants must be nominated by an approved Australian State or Territory government agency in order to apply.

Entrepreneur Stream Visa
(subclass 188E)

The Entrepreneur Steam Visa supports skilled entrepreneurs who can provide evidence of appropriate business planning and financial support to relocate to Australia. This visa is temporary, and applicants are required to have received a nomination from an Australian State or Territory government agency.

Skilled Visa

Are you seeking a skilled visa to help you immigrate to Australia?
Our Solve Migration legal team can help. Book a professional consultation today, and let’s get started with your visa process.

Skilled Independent Stream Visa
(subclass 189)

The Skilled Independent Stream Visa allows workers with specific skillsets, as determined by the Australian Government, to live, work, and study in Australia. This is a permanent visa, and applicants are required to pass a relevant skills assessment test.

Skilled Nominated Stream Visa
(subclass 190)

The Skilled Nominated Stream Visa Stream supports skilled workers to live and work in Australia as permanent Australian residents. All applicants for this visa must pass a skills assessment and be nominated by a relevant Australian authority.

Skilled Work Regional Stream Visa
(subclass 491)

The Skilled Work Regional Stream Visa provides skilled workers with the right to live, work, and study in Australia in a designated regional area. This is a 5-year provisional visa, and applicants are subject to nomination by an Australian State or Territory
Government agency.

Global Talent Stream Visa

The Global Talent Stream Visa supports applicants with internationally recognised achievements to live and work permanently in Australia. This visa is applicable only to eligible fields and is subject to nominated by an eligible citizen, resident, or organisation.

Employer Sponsored Visa

Ready to get started on your journey to Australia?
The legal experts at Solve Migration can help you achieve your immigration goals. Book a consultation today, and let’s start planning your visa application.

Temporary Skill Shortage Stream Visa
(subclass 482)

The Temporary Skill Shortage Stream Visa is designed to allow employer sponsorship of skilled workers in order address Australian labour shortages. This visa requires the applicant to receive sponsorship from an eligible Australian organisation.

Employer Nomination Scheme Stream Visa
(subclass 186)

The Employer Nomination Scheme Stream Visa allows skilled workers to live and work in Australia on a permanent basis. This visa is subject to nomination and sponsorship by an eligible employer.

Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional Stream Visa
(subclass 494)

The Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional Stream Visa Stream supports skilled workers to live and work in regional Australia to address labour shortages. This visa is subject to sponsorship from an eligible organisation in regional Australia.

Training/Temporary Activity Stream Visa
(Subclass 407/408)

The Training/Temporary Activity Stream Visa allows applicants to perform specific short-term tasks and activities in Australia as part of an event or organisation. This is a temporary visa that includes a range of events, programs, and activities.

Partner Visa

Do you want to join your partner in Australia? You may be eligible for a partner visa, allowing you to start your life on Australian soil. To find out more about partner visa eligibility and applications, contact the legal team at Solve Migration now.

Partner Visa
(Subclass 820)

The Partner Visa (Subclass 820) is a temporary visa. This visa gives a pathway to permanent partner visa Subclass 801. This visa lets the de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible citizen of New Zealand to live in Australia temporarily.

Spouse Visa
(Subclass 309)

This is a visa for partners who are not living in Australia at the time of the application. An Australian visa office in your partner’s country of origin will process the application.

NZ Citizen Family Relationship
(Subclass 461)

This visa is for a person who is not a New Zealand citizen but is a member of a family unit of a New Zealand citizen. It lets you live and work in Australia for five years. The visa is granted with multiple entry.


Schedule 3 criteria allows non-citizens who have been residing in Australia without a substantive visa to apply for a partner visa in Australia on compassionate or compelling grounds.

Protection Visa

Are you afraid to return to your home country?
At Solve Migration we have expert lawyers who can help you to file a protection visa application which allows you to stay in Australia permanently. For more information, contact us today.

Onshore Protection Visa
(Subclass 866)

The Onshore Protection Visa (Subclass 866) is a permanent visa. This visa is for people who arrived in Australia on a valid visa and want to seek asylum. It lets you stay in Australia permanently, if you engage Australia’s protection obligations and meet all other requirements for the grant of the visa. 

Appeals and Review

Need help navigating a visa appeal or review process?
Solve Migration lawyers are qualified and experienced. We can help you understand all your visa appeal and review options. Book a consultation today to find out your next step.

Visa Refusal / Cancellation Appeals

In some circumstance, it is possible that your visa application will be refused. If this happens, you’ll be able to submit an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. This can help you ensure that the rejection is not error as you attempt to obtain an Australian  visa.

Appeals &

You can submit an appeal to stay in Australia. A successful appeal can help you retain your visa or obtain and new visa. At Solve Migration, we are leaders in immigration appeals and advocacy. Our specialist lawyers have assisted thousands of applicants with complex migration matters, including visa refusals, cancellations, and appeals.

Judicial Review of Migration cases

Any adverse decision that affects your visa status and rights in Australia must be made in accordance with the law. Judicial review is a process undertaken by federal courts to review these decisions taken by public authorities, usually the Administrative Appeals Tribunal or an inferior court. The Australian Constitution provides the High Court of Australia with the authority to conduct judicial reviews of judgments.

Solve Migration, your partner in success.

At Solve Migration, we understand the importance of quality legal support in helping you navigate migration law and visa law concerns. Our team of qualified lawyers is proud to support clients across the country, working in line with the Immigration Act Australia.


Know more

Do you have questions about our migration law services? Here are the answers to some of the questions we receive most often.
What does my consultation cover?

During your Solve Migration consultation, we’ll ensure that you understand your best visa options and application pathways. We will discuss your immigration goals and personal circumstances before advising you on the most suitable visa for your needs. We’ll explain the application process, including timelines and documentation requirements, and we’ll provide a written copy of our professional legal advice.

I can’t visit a Solve Migration office. Can I still book a consultation?

At Solve Migration, we are proud to offer phone and Skype consultations for Australian and international clients. These consultations provide just as much value as an in-person meeting. Book a phone or Skype consultation today.

My sponsor needs more information but can’t attend an in-person meeting. What should we do?

We can book a conference call with you and your sponsor to provide any additional information. Where practical, we can also visit your sponsor’s place of work to discuss important sponsorship details.

Would working onshore help to speed up my application?

In some cases, being located in Australia can speed up the visa application process, but at Solve Migration, we understand that this isn’t an option for everyone. Your visa lawyer can help you to determine the best next steps to ensure a timely application outcome.

Can I submit my visa application myself?

You can submit your own visa application. However, you’ll need to have a clear understanding of complex migration law concerns and regulations. A single mistake, such as a wrongly chosen visa subclass, could cost you thousands of dollars and years of wasted time. If you plan to self-submit your visa application, we recommend working with a professional lawyer first. Your lawyer can check your documents and ensure your application meets the requirements set by the Department of Home Affairs.

What makes Solve Migration the right choice for me?

At Solve Migration, we believe in the value of the work we do and are proud to offer professional legal services locally and internationally. We are experts in immigration law with almost 20 years of experience across 3 continents. We’ve achieved successful outcomes for thousands of immigration cases. We put people first and help to create positive migration experiences.

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