• West Aussie Migration.

    Our Perth based migration & emigration consultancy will provide migration advice to any person wishing to come to or remain in Australia.

  • West Aussie Migration.

    Registered with the office of the migration agent registration authority (MARA)

    Migration Agents Registration Number (MARN):1387008

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About Us

West Aussie Migration is a Perth based migration consultancy registered with the Office of the Migration Agent Registration Authority.

West Aussie Migration provides migration advice to any person wishing to come to or remain in Australia.

Specialising in employer sponsored temporary and permanent visa applications, investor visas, partner visas, entertainment visa applications, as well as applications to the Migration and Refugee Division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, West Aussie Migration aims to ensure the best possible outcome for its clients.

Attention to detail and a thorough understanding of Australian Migration law characterises West Aussie Migration as a company.

For students, West Aussie Migration's subsidiary West Aussie Education can help you with finding the optimal course to study and through its parent company West Aussie Migration can offer migration advice.

For Migration enquiries, use the contact form.

For Education queries, contact via ash[@]waed.com.au


Our Specialisations

Please visit our VISAs page for more information or for different VISA options.

For complex cases, click here, or contact us.

Registered Migration Agents

Be aware that only registered migration agents can legally give migration advice within Australia.

Registered migration agents are bound by their Code of Conduct to maintain an up to date knowledge of Australian Migration Law.

Migration law is constantly changing, avoid possible pitfalls and save yourself time by using a registered migration agent today.

Click here to read information on the Migration Agent’s Code of Conduct.

Click here to read information on the regulation of the migration agent profession.

Do you need help applying for an Australian visa?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can West Aussie Migration provide migration advice for all of Australia, not just Western Australia?

    Yes, do not let the name fool you. Australian immigration law is controlled by the Australian Commonwealth Government and is the same across all of Australia. West Aussie Migration can provide migration advice for anyone wishing to come and live anywhere within Australia.

  • How do I get in contact with West Aussie Migration?

    Either fill in the online enquiry form here. Or call 08 9278 2543 to speak with a consultant today.

  • What is West Aussie Migration’s opening hours?

    West Aussie Migration’s opening hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Appointments can be made outside of normal office hours to accommodate people who have work commitments.

  • Why use West Aussie Migration?

    West Aussie Migration is registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority and can legally provide migration advice within Australia. Registered agents are required by law to keep their knowledge of migration law up to date. Migration law is constantly changing, avoid possible pitfalls and save yourself time by using a registered migration agent like West Aussie Migration today.


Visa refused or cancelled? WAM can help!

Think you have no options? Think again!

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Refusals happen to quite a lot of visa applicants and it is good to know what you can do about it. If you have a visa refused you may be able to appeal the decision to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (the AAT). We have written this blog so that you can get a better idea of what the AAT is and what you can expect the process to be like if you choose to appeal the refusal of your visa.

What is the AAT?

The AAT is an independent organisation that will review decisions made by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (the DIBP). The Tribunal will look at the case “de novo” which means it will put itself in the shoes of the original decision maker and consider all the evidence from a fresh perspective. Therefore, your application is viewed as a new application.

What is the process of applying to the AAT?

You will have a limited amount of time to make an appeal, this period depends on whether or not you made your visa application onshore or offshore. For decisions made onshore you will have 28 days to seek a review, for offshore (overseas) you will have a total of 91 days.

However this period of time depends on the mode of communication, if you are informed by email and are onshore you will get 21 days to respond, if you are offshore then you will get 70 days.

After you have lodged an application to the AAT, the AAT will eventually appoint a “Registrar” to your case to carry out what’s called a Merits Review.

It can take between 12 to 18 months for them to appoint a Registrar! So you must be prepared to wait a while.

Eventually the Tribunal will ask for submissions from both you and the Department of Immigration on why the visa should be granted or refused. After receiving these submissions, the tribunal will decide whether to have a hearing. If it is satisfied with the submissions and evidence provided, then it will decide the case on the paper. If the registrar is not satisfied with the submissions given, then they will want a hearing to assess your claim more closely.

What will happen to my visa status?

If you have already been holding a Bridging Visa associated with the visa that has been refused, your bridging visa will continue until a decision is made on the appeal. This is because your visa application has not yet been finally determined.

Do I need to get an Agent or a lawyer to represent me at the AAT?

You do not have to get an agent or a lawyer, and you can represent yourself, in fact anybody can represent you at the AAT. But we highly advise that you do get someone with a legal background in migration law.

An appeal to the AAT can be quite complicated and requires a lot of planning and care. The Immigration Department will usually have a lawyer representing their case who will delve deep into the law of the case and try to make it as difficult as possible for you.

So it would be a good idea to get help from a migration firm such as West Aussie Migration so that the Immigration Department doesn’t get an unfair advantage over you.

AAT Website

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Your rights as a worker when in Australia on a visa

Are you being forced to work for free? Threatened to have your boss report you?

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Is your employer paying you enough and giving you all the rights you deserve under Australian law?

Have they threatened you if you try to speak out? Contact the Fair Work Ombudsman to get your voice heard!

They can ensure that you receive appropriate protections which means your visas status will NOT be affected and you could even receive back pay and better working conditions.

"Last year, almost half of the complaints about wage exploitation related to visa holders, with a third involving international students, according to the Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James."

West Aussie Migration can advise you on any visa issues you may have so please do not hesitate to contact us via facebook or through our contact details listed on the page. MARN 1387008

Read more: ABC 'International students urged to speak out about workplace exploitation and intimidation'

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Build your career with a temporary graduate visa!

Just finished studying at an Australian university or college?

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Got skills and experience? Just finished studying at an Australian university or college?

West Aussie Migration can advise YOU on your migration options! With all the changes regarding temporary work visas including the 457, many have contacted us thinking they have no shot at PR in Australia.

However West Aussie Migration prides itself on staying on top of all the changes in migration law and so can help you navigate it all and get the outcome you want.

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Partner visa - Keep your love in Australia!

Are you in a relationship with an Australian, PR or NZ citizen? Get a visa!

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Do you have a spouse or de facto partner that you don’t want to let go of?

Get practical and straight forward advice for Australian partner visas from West Aussie Migration today. Don’t risk $7,000 in government visa application fees by making potentially fatal errors in your visa application.

Allow West Aussie Migration’s experience and expertise to guide you through the complicated and time-consuming application process. West Aussie Migration can assist you to lodge your partner’s visa application for as little as $1,650 (including GST).

Don’t let your journey end here, go ahead and make an appointment with us today.

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Mandatory minimum stay before PR

Talk to us today!

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Mandatory minimum stay on a provisional or temporary visa before being granted permanent residency?

The Australian government is considering such options!

Don't be caught out, talk to West Aussie Migration today to see how you can accelerate your PR application - you don't want to be in the boat of missing your chance for a PR or having to spend additional years in Australia, costing you time and money.

WAM can help with all types of visa applications and is particularly adept at dealing with complicated visa issues. MARN 1387008

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