Moving to Australia
is a once in a lifetime
The Australian visa application process is complicated and expensive.
You get one chance to get it right.
That's where we come in!
Australian migration law is complex, continually changing and very expensive. So it is crucial to get your visa application right the first time around.
At Sort Out My Visa we have 15 years of expertise with the Australian visa application process and we stay up to date with all changes to the rules.
We have created DIY GUIDES to help guide you in the Visa Application process. Then once you are ready to submit, we also provide a CHECKING SERVICE to give you peace of mind.
We also have information to help PLAN YOUR MOVE TO AUSTRALIA, and a page of LINKS that will help you find all of the accurate and up to date information about the Australian visa application process and about making your move to Australia.
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Australian Skilled Sponsored Visa
Mr & Mrs Burns,
Australian Skilled Visa
“ The service was outstanding from start to finish. Veronika took care of all documentation and provided us with timely advice, reassurance and updates. The service really is value for money as with out it I doubt we would have been successful. I cannot recommend the service highly enough!! ”
“ Veronika and the team at SortOutMyVisa came highly recommended to us by a friend that had recently used their services and migrated to Australia. SortOutMyVisa were on hand throughout the whole visa process offering friendly advice and help whenever we needed it. They took the hassle and stress out of the whole process and turned it into an enjoyable and exciting one. Thank you Veronika and the team at SortOutMyVisa. You have made our dream a reality and given our children a brighter and more exciting future.. ”
Australian Permanent Visa
“ You made a positive impact on our lives and I will never forget what you did for my family as we may be utilising your work by going to sunny OZ. ”