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.
Whether you’re based in Hobart or other parts of Tasmania, we can meet with you virtually or in person (by appointment) to discuss your specific visa needs. A qualified immigration lawyer or agent will take the time to understand your situation and guide you through the steps in the process. We will then send you a fixed-rate proposal that outlines the migration services we can offer you tailored to your requirements.
Call us on
1300 150 745
Monday – Friday:
9am – 6pm
Saturday – Sunday:
9am – 1pm
Bank transfer, credit card (VISA, Mastercard, or AMEX),
3-6 monthly instalments available in some cases
PO Box 13118
Law Courts 8010
Our qualified migration team offers a range of legal services in Hobart. Our experience in migration law means that we have a good understanding of Australian migration policies and procedures. We understand what is involved when applying for a visas and making a comprehensive case.
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
law firm, recognised as leading Migration Lawyers
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.
Engaging an Australian Migration Lawyer comes with a host of benefits for your visa application. The dedicated team at Australian Migration Lawyers take the time to understand your unique situation, allowing us to provide customised legal support, even for complex cases. We can guide you through every step, offering a seamless and stress-free journey.
With so many visa categories on offer, it can be easy to get stuck trying to determine the best one for your personal situation. If you’re unsure which visa to choose or are eligible for more than one, contact the Australian Migration Lawyers team, and we’ll help you understand your options. We’ll review the eligibility criteria for each visa subclass and help you choose the most appropriate.
When budgeting for your visa, there are a few main costs to take into account. Firstly, you’ll need to pay the appropriate government fee (to the Department of Home Affairs) depending on your visa type (if applicable) upon lodging your application. Australian Migration Lawyers will be able to advise you of the anticipated costs including the legal and application fees.
Visa processing times across Australia vary based on the type of visa you’re applying for, as well as the the complexity and demands on the Department of Home Affairs. If there is insufficient evidence or gaps in information this will cause delays.
At Australian Migration Lawyers, we focus on submitting quality applications to minimise these delays and help get your visa processed as soon as possible.
Hobart’s migration story is shaped by various waves of migration over the centuries. Indigenous Tasmanian Aboriginal people inhabited the region for thousands of years before European settlement began in the early 19th century, attracting convicts, settlers, and free migrants from various countries. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Hobart saw an influx of immigrants, including Chinese, Irish, and British migrants, seeking opportunities in the booming industries. Migration increased during and after World War II, with many European immigrants contributing to the city's cultural diversity.
Today, Hobart continues to welcome migrants from around the world, enriching its multicultural community.
The cost of hiring a migration lawyer in Hobart can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of your case, the visa subclass you’re applying for, and the exact services you require. Lawyers typically charge for their services based on a flat fee or an hourly rate.
If your case is more complex or you require legal representation, Australian Migration Lawyers can offer legal immigration advice and support when needed. Book a free consultation with Australian Migration Lawyers to find out more.
An Australian Migration Lawyer can offer a comprehensive range of legal services related to Australian immigration and visa matters. Some of the key tasks and services we can provide include:
In general, temporary visa holders in Tasmania can purchase commercial real estate; however, there are certain restrictions and considerations to keep in mind.
Purchasing commercial real estate involves legal and financial considerations. It is advisable to seek professional advice to understand the legal, financial, and tax implications of the purchase.
Keep in mind that if your visa status changes, such as moving from a temporary visa to a permanent visa, it may affect your eligibility to hold or transact property in Australia.
To ensure you’re complying with current laws in relation to your visa, contact one of our migration lawyers who will be able to assist you.
The 491 visa subclass relates to skilled people nominated by a state or territory government to live and work in regional Australia. Applications for the 491 visa are assessed on a case-by-case basis with processing times depending on:
It may take between 6 and 18 months to process your application. Australian Migration Lawyers can streamline this process to make it as stress free as possible.
The 190 visa is a state-nominated permanent visa that allows skilled workers to live and work in a specific state or territory in Australia, including Tasmania.
To apply for this visa, you need to meet the eligibility criteria, which include having an occupation on the relevant skilled occupation list, obtaining a positive skills assessment for that occupation, meeting the points test requirement, and being under the age of 45.
The 190 visa application process can be complex, and requirements may vary depending on your circumstances. To ensure a smooth and successful application, book in to see us at Australian Migration Lawyers for guidance and support.