Need help? Our lawyers are available 7 days a week.
Need help? Our lawyers and migration agents are available 7 days a week to assist.
There are no hidden costs for our services. Our fees are clearly set out in a fee agreement.
From the first same-day response to the granting of your visa, you’ll have direct access to a lawyer.
Our experienced lawyers will give you regular updates and clear explanations of visa pathways.
We offer a client satisfaction guarantee in relation to our visa application services.
3 - 6 months installment options available on some visa types.
We extend our services to clients based in Darwin and throughout the Northern Territory, offering virtual consultations to accommodate your location, availability, and specific requirements. In your first consultation, an immigration lawyer will get to know you and your case while taking you through our immigration and visa services. You’ll then receive a fixed-fee quote for ongoing services based on your requirements.
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1300 150 745
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Bank transfer, credit card (VISA, Mastercard, or AMEX),
3-6 monthly instalments available in some cases
PO Box 13118
Law Courts 8010
With extensive training and a proven track record, our migration lawyers excel in lodging visa applications of varying complexities. Below are some of the common visas we work with.
A range of visas for applicants with in-demand skills and qualifications to work and live in Australia, contributing to the country's economy and addressing skill shortages. This includes employer sponsored visas, skilled visas through state and federal programs and Global Talent visas.
The Protection Visa (866) enables you to apply and seek asylum and live in Australia permanently based on key criteria from the Australian Government’s immigration law and policies.
of experience across the team
for Partner visas for married or de facto couples
Migration Lawyers representing clients at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Federal Courts
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Applying for a visa to Australia can be complex. With help from an Australian Migration Lawyer, we can untangle this complexity, and help you apply for the right visa.
There are many benefits to hiring an immigration lawyer to assist with your visa application. One of the main advantages is working with someone who understands your situation and can provide tailored legal support, no matter how complex your case. Your Australian Migration Lawyer can help you at every stage of the journey, primary applications, appeals and merit reviews.
With direct access to an experienced lawyer, we offer a smooth and hassle-free process.
If you're uncertain about your visa eligibility or the most suitable subclass for your specific circumstance, please talk to the team at Australian Migration Lawyers. We can review the eligibility criteria for the different visa options available to you, to ensure you qualify for the most appropriate one. This will be one of the first things we discuss in your initial consultation so we can understand more about your situation and provide a tailored quote for our legal services.
There are costs associated while awaiting the outcome of your application that you should consider before applying. At the time of lodgement an application, you will need to pay the government fee associated with your specific visa type. Australian Migration Lawyer will provide you with an outline of the legal fees and Department of Home Affair fees prior to engagement. We offer payment plans and instalments options in some instances. Please talk to our team about how we can support you.
The time it takes for the Department of Home Affairs to review your application is dependent on several factors, such as your visa category and complexity, demand for applications, and the strength of the evidence you provide. Delays may also arise if the department requests additional evidence to support your application.
Australian Migration Lawyers can minimise delays by thoroughly reviewing your application and ensuring substantial evidence is provided before submission.
Darwin's migration history is deeply intertwined with its geographical location as Australia's northernmost city. Indigenous communities lived in the region for thousands of years before European settlement. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the city served as an important port for trade and communication, attracting a diverse range of migrants. During World War II, Darwin experienced significant growth as a strategic military base, leading to an influx of military personnel and civilians. In the post-war years, migration from Europe, Asia, and other parts of Australia contributed to the city's multicultural fabric.
Darwin remains a destination for migrants seeking employment opportunities and a unique lifestyle in the tropical north of Australia.
Legal fees in Darwin can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the reputation of the law firm, the lawyer’s qualifications and years of experience, the complexity of your situation, and the type of visa you’re applying for.
Australian Migration Lawyers can help. We provide a full breakdown of fees following your initial consultation so you have complete transparency from the very start. Our fixed-fee structure minimises surprises once you engage our services.
This visa lets nominated skilled workers live and work in Australia as permanent residents.
First, you must submit an expression of interest via SkillSelect and be nominated by the Northern Territory government (or another Australian state or territory) under their State Nomination Program. Once you receive the state nomination, you will be invited to apply for the 190 visa under the General Skilled Migration program. To be eligible, you must meet the Department of Home Affairs' basic eligibility requirements.
Our experienced migration team can explain the steps in more detail and explore the eligibility criteria to see if you're a good fit.
The processing time for a 190 visa in the Northern Territory can vary depending on various factors, including the complexity of your application, the number of applications being processed by the Department of Home Affairs, and whether all the required documents are submitted correctly.
The indicative processing time for a 190 visa is between three months and seven months. For the most up-to-date processing times, visit the Department of Home Affairs website or us for assistance.