Frequently Asked Questions
Why use a Registered Migration Agent?
Registered migration agents are qualified and demonstrate to the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority › (MARA) that they:
- Have sufficient knowledge of migration law and procedures;
- Are a person of integrity;
- Are a fit and proper person to provide immigration assistance.
Registered Migration Agents can advise if your visa application is likely to succeed, but they do not make visa decisions and cannot influence outcomes. Only the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (the Department) makes decisions regarding visa applications.
What can Mobile Migration Consultancy do for me?
Angeline Yeong is a Registered Migration Agent for Australia (MARN:). She can:
- Provide you advice relating to your migration goals and choice of visa category;
- Assist in the completion and/or checking of relevant application forms;
- Provide advice and assistance relating to documentation required to support the application;
- Submit the application to the relevant Assessing Authority, Department or review body.
How can I obtain a working visa to work & live in Australia?
There are a range of temporary and permanent skilled visas, which include:
How long will it take to process my visa application?
All visa applications processed by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection can take anywhere from a few days to many months depending on the type of visa and the quality, accuracy and completeness of the visa application package. Once Mobile Migration Consultancy determine the best visa for you, we can provide complete information on estimated processing times and all visa requirements.
Do I need to do an English Language Test?
Unless you are a passport holder of the USA, Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom or New Zealand, you will need to do an International English Language Test to prove you have competent English language skill. Whilst the International English Test might not be necessary for some intending to apply applicants, the test would be necessary for points if you are applying for visa of sub-classes 189, 190 or 489.
To prove you have competent English language skill, you will need to do an International English Language Test. Whilst the International English Test might not be necessary for some applicants, the test would be necessary for points.
- International English Language Testing System › (IELTS)
- Occupational English Test › (OET)
- Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test › (TOEFL iBT)
- Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic ›
- Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test › (also known as a Certificate in Advanced English).
- Road to IELTS › (Free online resources)
The points test is a tool used to help Australia select people who have the skills and attributes it needs. In order to be able to apply for the Skilled Independent Visa (189), you will need to achieve a minimum of 60 points in your point test.
The points are calculated according to your:
- English Language Test; and…
- Australian work experience and Australian qualifications.
What is the likelihood my receiving an invitation for visa sub-classes 189/190 or 489?
For each visa, the minimum score is 60 points. The higher your points score, the more likely you will be invited to apply for a visa. It is important to note that meeting the minimum score does not guarantee you getting an invitation to apply.
What should I do if I want a free initial assessment?
Just send us your resume and we will give us a free initial assessment.
How much does Mobile Migration Consultancy charge?
It depends on which visa you are applying for. Generally, all our professional fees are no more than AUD $3,000 with no GST.
Also view an analysis of fees charged by Registered Migration Agents ›
In what currency do I have to pay Mobile Migration Consultancy?
All fees are payable in Australian Dollars only. Australian Goods & Services Tax (GST) is not applicable. Residents of Singapore may be able to pay in Singapore dollar at the applicable AUD exchange rate. Please contact us for details.
What payment options can I use?
You can pay by either bank transfer (Internet Banking). Singapore residents have the option of paying in Singapore dollars (at the applicable AUD exchange rate) via a local Singapore bank account. Please contact us for payment details.