Thai Partner visa to Australia
Thai Partner visa to Australia
Thai Partner visa to Australia
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Visa for Thai partner

Australian Visa Services
Phuket Office
99/7 Moo 1, T. Kathu, A. Kathu, Phuket 83120
Tel: +66 (0) 76 612, 550 or 551 or 552
Fax: +66 (0) 76 612 553
E-mail: contact@ozvisa.org

Sydney Office
40 Harris Rd
Five Dock, NSW 2046
Tel: +61 (0)4 0397 1802
E-mail: contact@ozvisa.org

Why use a Migration Agent?


An Australian Migration Agent is authorised by The Department of Immigration and Border Protection to prepare and lodge visa documents on your behalf as well as legally represent you regarding visa correspondence with the Department/Embassy. An Australian Registered Migration Agent also has to abide a by a strict code of conduct
(click here to download a copy of the code)

Australian migration law is very complicated and quite extensive. Many Australians � let alone foreigners � do not fully understand the law.

Applying the migration law will vary for each case/client. A registered Migration Agent will apply the law based on your individual circumstances and advise you about the best option(s) available to you.

A Migration Agent does not simply fill out the forms on your behalf. A Migration Agent is acutely aware of the laws surrounding your case and updates to the laws which are very frequent.

Registered Migration Agents must study and attend tests every year regarding migration laws and regulations as well as any updates/changes to the laws.

Making a mistake with your visa application can often mean:
Losing the visa application fee that you have paid to the embassy.
Possibly being refused the visa you applied for which may affect any subsequent visa applications.
Losing time on a new application.
Possibly being unable to apply for future visas.

Public information available on websites and from the Department/embassy do not apply to every individual's personal circumstances. Embassy/DIAC officials can not advise on individual's circumstances and needs or the best visa option to you.

Beware of travel agents, Internet shops or other people who promise they have contacts in the embassy or a quick 'guaranteed' visa. These people are not licensed to practice in Australia and are often 'blacklisted' by the Australian Department of Immigration.

Australian Visa Service can assist you with all visa types to Australia including Partner and Tourist visa for Thai partners, student visas as well as all other types of visas to Australia.

Australian Visa Service is located in Phuket and we frequently visit other provinces including Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya.

Thai news in Australian Media

Thai student activist given human rights award, but kept in jail
Posted on Thursday May 18, 2017

A Thai student arrested for sharing a BBC profile of Thailand's new King on Facebook is awarded a prestigious human rights award, but remains in pre-trial detention and faces a lengthy prison term under the country's harsh lese majesty law.

Thai general, provincial politicians found guilty in trafficking trial
Posted on Thursday July 20, 2017

An army general, two provincial politicians and police officers were among 63 people out of a total of 103 defendants found guilty in Thailand's biggest human trafficking trial.

Five-day crash course in what refugees can expect in Australia
Posted on Saturday April 29, 2017

Refugees learn to shake hands, introduce themselves in English, flush a toilet and cross the street as part of the Australian Government's cultural orientation program.


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Australian Visa Services can assist you with the following types of Australian visas:

  • Spouse / Fiance Visa
  • Student Visa
  • Skilled Worker Visa
  • Other Visas
  • Tourist Visa
  • Family Visa
  • Business Visa
migration agent Phuket

Tourist visa to Australia These people or others who call themselves "visa consultants" will often provide incorrect information on your behalf as they are not accountable to anyone and can not be punished (since they are not licensed). Someone lying on your behalf may mean your visa is cancelled or even deported from Australia . Always check if a person is licensed by asking to check their MARA registration certificate or by checking the website (click here to check a list of agents). Remember, in Australia it is illegal to practice migration law or to give any migration advise without MARA registration.

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