Study in Australia

(Last updated on 14/09/2013)

Streamed line visas for international students

Under the streamed line visa process you are eligible to be assessed as a student from an Assessment Level 01 which are considered as low immigration risk for Australia regardless of your country of citizenship. Accordingly you need to provide less evidentiary requirements to satisfy the visa requirements. Currently all universities in Australia participate for the Stream Line Visa process and applicants applying for a courses offered by the participating universities with their partner institutions can benefit from the new less evidentiary financial , English and education requirements.

However all students must satisfy the Genuine Temporary Entrant Criteria (GTE) to secure their visa. The GTE offers a wider space for the visa officer to assess your genuine intention and make a subjective decision as a student with regards to several factors out lined in Ministerial Direction 53.

How we can help you

Our vision is to assist prospective students to find a course and institution that best suits your education capabilities , financial affordability , career goals and migration prospects. Our consultants with years of experience in student recruitment , 1st hand experience by studding and working in Australia are in best place to offer you an unmatachable service.

Our consultants who are experts in both Migration law and student placement can anlyse the migration and labour market trends to make your decision.

Our services includes

  1. Extensive consultations offered to students and parents to identify your requirements and suggest all possible options.
  2. Making applications for institutions and negotiating for credit articulations on RPL on your behalf.
  3. A- Z visa guidance by an Australian Registered Migration Agent to support your application with the Australian migration law.
  4. Filling visa application forms and assistance with preparation of other supporting documents.
  5. Communicating with the Australian High Commission or Embassy in your country or Department of immigration on your behalf.
  6. Preparing t students for mock visa interviews.
  7. Laison with banks , financial institutions for student loans.
  8. Establishment support
    1. Air port pick up
    2. Arranging temporary accommodations
    3. Assistance with finding part time jobs
    4. Counseling on bridging studies to improve employability.
  9. Continuing visa assistance –
    1. Changing your course , institution or visa sub class while you are in Australia
    2. Visa assistance for your spouse and dependents
    3. Visa assistance for your parents and family members to visit you or attend graduation ceremony.
    4. Up to date advice and visa advice for migration visas after completion of your studies by the Registered Migration Agent.

Updated on 03/03/2015 


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Nuwan Ballantudawa 
Registered Migration Consultant
(O-MARA-Aus) MARA No:0965068
Licensed Immigration Adviser - (IAA-NZ) - IAA No. 201501665

(Grad. Cer in Australian Migration Law ,M.Com (Griffith, Australia),
Attorney-at-Law Sri Lanka
Reg. Comapny Secratery and Commissioner for Oaths)
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