Statistical research by the Australian Immigration Department shows that most visas to Australia from Thailand are for family migration. This means that the type of visas are for Spouse Visa, Partner Visa, DeFacto Visa, Fiance Visa, Girlfriend Visa, or Boyfriend Visa.
Australian Visas for Thai Citizens
business has a unit that provides a comprehensive service to assist
eligible Australian citizens and residents who wish to get a Partner Visa for their Thai Girlfriend, Fiance, Partner, De-Facto, or Boyfriend who they wish to sponsor for an Australian visa.
We say that a properly prepared visa application for a partner visa or fiance
visa means that there is a better chance of success for the visa application.
Also, we advise that Thai citizens do have a very difficult
time in obtaining an Australian Visa.
If your Australian Partner, Fiance or Spouse Visa application has been
refused by the Australian Embassy, or you are applying for the first time, we
advise that using a registered Australian immigration lawyer/migration agent
shall help you through what is the difficult spouse visa application process.
Use Our Australian Visa Inquiry Form
to find out if your Thai girlfriend, or Thai Wife can get an Australian
visa to visit you, please fill out the ENQUIRY form below.
be aware we will not reply to your inquiry if we determine that you are
asking for free consulting without any interest in using and paying for
Otherwise, please contact us by the
form above if you are interested in our services and have an inquiry.
Please tell us as much information as
you can so that we can understand your situation.
We check our email regularly
throughout the day and will normally reply to your email within 24 hours
Our business is owned and managed by
an Australian Immigration Lawyer and Registered Migration Agent. (Mr. Graham
Jones - Migration Agent Registration Number [MARN]: 0801307.)
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