The challenge - Australia has nearly 120 different visa types, and a diverse range of opportunities for you to live, work or travel in Australia. The bar for entering Australia is raised every year, and immigration legislation changes often.
An agent will help - We stay on top of the latest legislative changes, to be able to provide the best professional advice which you need to achieve your goals.
The guide - A good migration agent is like a personal coach, who listens to your goals, creates the plan for achieving them and guides you throughout the journey in which you truly need support.
The journey - The visa is just one stage of your journey, and we work with partners to help you find the best study option, get yourself a job, and assist you with settling into Australia.
The best person to help - Moran, the founder of LifeinAus, migrated to Australia in 2010 and is extremely passionate about helping other migrants. Having been through the journey herself, Moran is in the best position to advise you and share from her own experience. Being both a lawyer and a registered migration agent, Moran has strong legal background which allows her to offer practical solutions for her clients.
Let's connect - We know it can be difficult to communicate across time zones, so feel free to ask for a Skype meeting, or send questions via Whatsapp, SMS or email.
Partner, Fiance and Family Members Visa
These type of visas are mainly for family members (partners, parents or children) of Australian Permanent Residents, Citizens or eligible New Zealand Citizens.
Other Visas & Services
Bridging Visa, Medical Treatment Visa, Resident Return or Former Resident Visa, Australian Citizenship, Skills Assessment, Translation Services, Education Consultancy, Visa Reviews & Tribunal appeals and more.
Permanent skilled and family visas granted in 2018
Are Skilled Migration
Is the most common visa type
Different visa types
Top 5 Reasons to live in Australia
There are 10,685 beaches in Australia! Most of Australia's population lives close to the coastline and the beach has long occupied a special place in the Australian identity.
Australians pride themselves on perfecting a work-life balance. With a strong economy and low unemployment rate (around 5%) Australia is a good place to find a new job, and relax after work.
Australia has an impressive number of study options for international students with more than 1,200 institutions and 22,000 courses to choose from. Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world!
Australia is such a vast country that you can spend all your holidays exploring it. Domestic travel has it all from rainforests, beaches, to ski-resorts and stunning ancient landscapes.
Australia is truly a multicultural society. 43% of Australians were either born overseas or have a parent who was born overseas. Each year we celebrate our diversity on Harmony Day (21 March).