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General Skilled Migration 

Dreaming of gaining permanent residency, one of the best ways to achieve your goal is through general skilled migration, which consists of different visa subclasses:

  • Subclass 189 - Skilled Independent Visa

  • Subclass 190 - State or Territory Nominated Visa

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 491)

  • Subclass 191 - Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) Visa

General skilled migration is solely based on receiving an invitation from the Australian Federal Government or through one of the States or Territories. It involves several stages, starting with obtaining a skills assessment and registering your expression of interest.


However, due to the ever-changing policies and updates in Australian immigration, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest changes and understand how they may affect your situation. That's where we come in. With our years of experience and comprehensive strategy guide, we will be there to help you not only secure your invitation but also achieve your permanent residency goal.

Employer-Sponsored Visa

Whether you are an employer seeking corporate services or a skilled individual aiming to obtain a work visa or an employer-sponsored visa, our team is here to support you. We specialise in Subclass 400, 482 and 186 Permanent Residency visas, as well as the Training Visa Subclass 407. Additionally, we offer assistance in bringing your family members under the work visa.


Work visa policies have undergone numerous changes over the years, making it challenging to stay up to date. Our team of expert immigration professionals will guide you through the complexities of these immigration changes and help you secure or maintain your path to permanent residency. There has never been a better opportunity to pursue permanent residency through work visas, as the Albanese government has implemented significant changes that now offer definite PR pathways for most work visa professionals.

Here are some visa subclasses we specialise in:

  • Subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage Visa

  • Subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa

  • Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme visa Direct Entry stream

  • Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme visa Temporary Residence Transition stream

  • Subclass 400 Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa

  • Subclass 407 Subclass 407 Training visa


Student Visa


Australia has become one of the most popular study destinations. We assist aspiring students in finding courses and providers—colleges and universities—that best align with their academic and professional goals.

If your goal is not only to start but also to work towards achieving permanent residency at the end of your studies or to build a successful career, it all begins with proper planning.


Our student visa team is dedicated to helping you reach your goals through detailed consultations. We provide guidance on the best courses tailored to your circumstances based on your interests and strengths.


Reach out to Team Koala to embark on your journey towards achieving your goals!

Partner Visa

Love knows no borders, and neither do we! 

We specialize in Partner Visas for Australia, whether you're currently in the country or planning to apply from overseas. Our dedicated team will handle all the paperwork, allowing you to focus on building your life together. We provide comprehensive services for Onshore and Offshore Partner Visas, ensuring a smooth and stress-free process. With our expertise and personalised assistance, we'll navigate the complexities of Australian immigration regulations, maximising your chances of success.


Let us be your trusted partner in bringing you and your loved one closer because when it comes to love, nothing should stand in the way of your happiness.

  • Subclasses 820 and 801 Partner visa (apply in Australia)

  • Subclass 309 Partner (Provisional) visa

  • Subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visa


Appeals Against Refusals and Cancellations

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We understand that things don’t always go as planned in the immigration world. If your visa has been refused or cancelled onshore, you may have the option to apply for a  review with Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) within an allowable timeframe.

In general, you must lodge your refusal appeal to the AAT within 21 days and a cancellation appeal within 7 days. However, the timeframe can vary depending on the type of decision and the method by which you were notified of the decision.

If the appeal is not lodged within this timeframe, you will, in general lose your right to review. While it is not ideal to have your visa refused or cancelled, as they come with a load of complexity, and emotional and viatical burdens, not getting a proper strategy and guidance can be even more fatal. 

At Koala Solutions, we live and breathe immigration law, and with a very passionate, articulate and dedicated migration agent, you will be a step closer to resolving your case.

Other Services

Don't see what you need? No worries!

Our team of migration experts can assist you with a range of other services, including Australian Citizenship applications and family visas.

Our additional services include providing a citizenship pathway for New Zealanders, as well as assisting permanent residents of various nationalities with their citizenship applications. We can also help in providing evidence of citizenship for children born onshore.

Simply get in touch with us, and we'll do our best to assist you.

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