How should I contact you?

Any way to contact us is fine, but we would prefer an email if possible. Because we need as much information as possible to give you an accurate answer, e-mail is best. If you want to send us a text, or Skype message, or call by phone, then this is also OK.

What is free and what do I have to pay for?

To contact us is free, we will briefly assess your case and situation for free also. To receive advice will cost depending on the amount of help you need. We will always tell you how much things will cost in advance and we will not start any work until we have your written agreement. Generally it will not cost you anything just to find out what you need to do and what is possible in your situation, but it will cost when you need specific answers to your questions.

How will I know when I need to pay?

We will send you an invoice or email confirmation of anything that will be charged, before you choose to accept the service. If we do not send you an invoice, or tell you that you need to pay, then it is safe to think that it is free.

What information can I get for free?

We will tell you if you have a chance, which means that we will accept your case. We will also tell you if you don't have a chance, and briefly tell you the reasons why it looks to be impossible for you. We will not accept cases where there is no chance of success, so this check and the results are always done for free, unless a lot of investigation is necessary. We will also give you general information that will help you to decide what to do next, so that you can make an informed choice.

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If you know what service you want and you would like to send the information first then please use our forms. You can also send the same information by e-mail if you want to, but the forms will give you an idea of what information we will need to know before we can start on your case.

Initial immigration advice form

Work visa assessment form

Residence visa assessment form

Skilled Migrant Category information form

I want some advice on some specific immigration matter

Submit the initial advice form. You will need to fill out the information form below so you will either need to access this on this website or come to our office to pick up a copy. Include all important information. The more relevant information you include, the better we can help you. If there is information that won't fit on the form pleas esend it by e-mail Initial check. If immigration advice is necessary for your immigration matter, we will send you an invoice for the service you have selected. You will only be sent an invoice if the initial check shows that your case may be possible to successfully pursue or your questions are able to be answered. You will be offered a range of suitable meeting times if you have selected the option for a personal meeting.

Initial advice. Once your payment has been received we will start work on answering your questions and researching the legal situation surrounding your case. When you attend the meeting, your questions will be answered and you will be given a written summary. If you have just requested a written summary with no meeting, then this will be sent to you by e-mail.

Proceeding further. if your case looks likely to succeed and you want us to help you with your immigration matter then a formal written agreement will be drawn up, an invoice will be sent and we will start on your case.

I want you to apply for my visa and just want to know if you will take their case.

Contact us. Send us an e-mail and also submit the appropriate form for your visa type. Forms can be found on the Information forms menu or in the list below. If you are not sure what form to submit, just ask us first. 

Free initial analysis. We will check your basic details and assess whether you meet the basic criteria and whether your chances of success make it acceptable for us to take on your case. 

Accepting your case. Once you have decided to proceed with your immigration matter we will draft an agreement and send you an invoice to get started.