Valet Migration Pty Ltd, Sydney
Valet Migration Pty Ltd Sydney
I Can Speak The Following Languages: Hindi, Punjabi, Persian , Tamil.
Address: 906/84 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW
Telephone: 02 9191 5580
Mobile: 0401 052 241
Facebook: Valet Migration Pty Ltd
Monday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Tuesday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Wednesday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Valet Migration is an Australian Migration services business that helps people to realise the endless possibilities of life in Australia.
Because we share your passion for Australia, our services are totally focussed on advising the best choice of Visa for your purpose, gaining visa approval and making you feel supported, informed and ready to go.
We do this by working with integrity, understanding and care, utilising the highest standards of professional migration legal knowledge and experience.
If you want to make Australia your home, our professional migration support will help you make your dreams a reality.
Valet Migration is an Australian migration agency managed by qualified immigration lawyers who take great care in getting you where you want to be.
Like you, we have each taken the life-changing step to leave our country and make Australia our home. We share your spirit of new possibilities and work integrity and are focused on helping others make Australia their home too.
Valet Migration lawyers simplify the often overwhelming and complicated migration process. We navigate the Australian immigration laws and regulations and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) policies, on your behalf.
We handle all visa types and our specialised team will make the right visa happen fast with less risk and greater application success.
Whether you are a professional or a student looking to work or study in Australia, an individual hoping to reunite with loved ones or a business planning to invest locally, we will provide legal assistance, professional guidance and friendly support at every step in the process.
Your future is exciting and we will help make it possible.
Our promise to you:
- We will listen and understand you.
- We will always make sure you know what is happening, at every stage.
- We will treat you with dignity and respect.
- We will take care with your future – as an individual, family or business.
- If your situation doesn’t allow you to get an Australian Visa straight away, we will guide you on the right track to become eligible.
Are you a new or existing business looking to set up here? Or are you interested in the opportunity to invest in Australia?
It’s no secret that globally, Australia has some of the best credentials for doing business – economic resilience and growth potential, political stability, investment in research and development, and leaders in innovation with great people and great working conditions for employees.
Australia offers you the platform to allow your business to flourish. Valet Migration gives you the knowledge, guidance and support to make your business happen.
Temporary Visa categories:
- Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188): This is a four year provisional visa available to business owners and investors.
- Significant Investor visa (subclass 188): This is a four year provisional visa for people willing to make a $5 million investment in Australia.
- Investment Retirement visa (subclass 405): This visa is applicable for individuals over 55 years of age coming from overseas. Investor retirement is considered for self-funded retirees with no dependents (excluding a partner) who want to live in Australia in their retirement years. This visa will not lead to gaining Australian Permanent Residency.
Residence Visa categories:
- Business Talent (Migrant) visa: Business Talent (Migrant) visas are granted to people with an overall successful business or employment history, either as a business owner or an individual with Venture Capital funding in Australia. There is no need to apply for a Provisional visa before applying for this Permanent visa.
- Business Innovation and Investment (Residence) visa (subclass 888): This is the permanent stage of the Provisional Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188). It requires applicants to have established business operations in Australia or to have maintained an investment in bonds.
Australian Employer Sponsor Visas
When business moves their people internationally, the process needs to be dealt with quickly and simply. Business also needs their people to be treated with support and understanding, and be prepared to experience their new life in Australia on arrival.
Our services are focussed on advising the best choice of visa for your purpose, gaining visa approval and making you and your people feel supported, informed and ready to go. We do this by working with integrity, understanding and care, and by utilising the highest standards of professional migration legal knowledge and experience.
So whether you need to make internal transfers happen or need new skilled workers from overseas, we’re ready with the best advice and service to achieve the right visa outcomes for your business.
Employer Sponsored Visa
- Temporary Work visa (subclass 457): This visa allows skilled international workers to travel to Australia and work for an approved business for a period between three (3) months to four (4) years in occupations that are listed in the Consolidated Skilled Occupation List (CSOL). A business will be able to sponsor someone for this visa if they cannot find an Australian citizen or permanent resident to fill the skilled position at their workplace. Employers may be either Australian businesses or overseas businesses.
- Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa (subclass 186): The Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) results in a permanent visa for the sponsored employee. It is a common way for 457 visa holders to qualify for permanent residence, but has a higher skill level than the 457 visa.
Are you settled in Australia and looking to bring loved ones out from overseas? Are you and your family living overseas and hoping to make Australia your new home?
There is much to consider when migrating to Australia: The task of choosing where to live based on what best suits your needs and lifestyle aspirations can be fun, but it can also be daunting.
The task of choosing the right visa, completing the right paperwork, providing the right evidence, understanding the costs and making sense of the Australian Skilled Immigrations points calculator can be overwhelming.
This is where we help. We have first-hand experience in the Family visa application process and have helped thousands of couples and families, like you, successfully settle in Australia. Contact us anytime, we are here to help.
Family Visa categories:
- Partner visa: The Partner visa is available to individuals who are engaged or married to, or in a de facto relationship with an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
- Parent visa: Parents are eligible to visit Australia temporarily or to live permanently providing their children are living in Australia. There are many visa types available to facilitate temporary and permanent residency in Australia for parents in this situation. Each of the Parent visas have different visa application assessment criteria. Depending upon the visa, you may be eligible to work in Australia and to access Medicare support and family assistance.
- Child visa: Any child that has a relationship with an Australian resident or citizen is eligible to apply for a Child visa. The nature of the relationship can be any of the following: child, step-child, adopted child of an Australian resident or citizen or child whose parents are permanently deceased or incapacitated or any such incident and who have an eligible Australian sponsor.
- Other Family visa: Other relatives of an Australian resident or citizen who do not fall into any visa category mentioned above and who meet any one of the following scenarios may be eligible to apply for an Other Family Visa. An aged relative or an individual who relies on an Australian resident or citizen for all or most of his/her financial needs. A relative whose close relatives are all residents of Australia and he/she has more connection in Australia than in the country of his/her residency.
Are you looking to use your Australian studies as a stepping stone to the career of your dreams? Or are you a student keen to immerse yourself in some Australian culture?
Australia has the right study option for every student – boasting seven of the top 100 universities in the world as well as having a wide-range of accredited Vocational Education and Training institutions from which to choose.
An Australian Student visa is a great pathway to broaden one’s horizons and gain life-changing experiences either as a single person or with family members, spouse or children as dependents. Student visa holders are also eligible to work legally (up to 20 hours per week) whilst balancing their studies and enjoying the colourful and diverse way-of-life.
Student Visa categories:
- Independent English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) Sector visa (subclass 570)
- Schools Sector visa (subclass 571)
- Vocational Education and Training Sector visa (subclass 572)
- Higher Education Sector visa (subclass 573)
- Postgraduate Research Sector visa (subclass 574)
- Non-award Sector visa (subclass 575)
- Foreign Affairs or Defence Sector visa (subclass 576)
- Student Guardian visa (subclass 580)
Are you tourist or holiday maker keen to explore and travel around Australia?
Tickets booked, passport found, itinerary is sorted, bags are packed and what about the visa?
Unless you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen all nationalities require a visa when travelling to Australia. There are a number of Short-term visas that cover people travelling to Australia as tourists, on business or to visit family.
To ensure your travels are stress and hassle-free, it is good planning to know which visa matches your purpose before making your visa application.
Visitor Visa categories:
Visitor visas: The Visitor visa is a temporary visa that allows people to travel to Australia as tourists or to visit family. The Visitor visa has four streams:
- Tourist stream: Eligible for visitors who wish to holiday, travel or visit friends and family in Australia.
- Business Visitor stream: Eligible for visitors travelling to Australia specifically for business purposes. This comprises an employment enquiry, participating in a conference or negotiating.
- Sponsored Family stream: Eligible for visitors coming to Australia to visit their family and relatives. Visitors will require a sponsor.
- Approved Destination Status stream: Eligible for visitors travelling in a tour group from the People’s Republic of China.
Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) visa: The Electronic Travel Authority allows tourist or business visitors to enter Australia as many times as desired for up to one year. There is no need to mark your passport (label or stamp) and no need to visit the Australian Embassy. The applicant can directly submit the visa application online.
eVisitors visa: The eVisitors visa is applicable for those who wish to visit Australia for tourism or business purposes such as attending conferences or exploring business opportunities. The applicant must hold a valid passport from one of the ETA listed countries. It’s an electronically stored authority for travel to the country.
Are you a skilled overseas worker with skills needed in Australia? Or are you eager to experience Australian-living whilst working in your area of expertise?
Hands-on overseas work experience can be great for the CV.
The Skilled Migration visa is one of the best opportunities to gain permanent or temporary employment through an Australian government agency nomination or an employer sponsorship. However, there a number of other visa options for those looking to live and work in Australia.
There are also a number of involved steps in the process. Knowing which visa type suitably matches your qualifications, work experience and language proficiency can be tricky. And knowing the necessary requirements for each step can be equally challenging.
Let us help you guide you on your way to working overseas.
Work Visa categories:
General Skilled Migration (GSM) visas: The GSM Program is run through the SkillSelect service. Under SkillSelect you must first lodge an Expression of Interest (EOI) with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. Based on the results of your Skilled Migration Points Test, the Department will then invite you to apply for a General Skilled Migration visa, which include the following visa types:
- Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189)
- Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
- Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)
- Skilled Regional (Residence) visa (subclass 887)
The GSM Program has several specific features including a points-based system and a requirement to be invited to apply for a visa. In the event you do not have sufficient points to be eligible for a GSM visa you may apply for a Provisional Skilled Migration visa (which is a pathway to Permanent Residency visa), providing you are eligible to be nominated by a State or Territory Government, or to be sponsored by an eligible family member who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
Graduate Temporary visas (subclass 485): The Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) is a work visa for international students who have completed two years of study in Australia. It can last from between 18 months and four years depending on your situation. It is a good way to extend your stay in Australia and to improve your chances of becoming eligible for a Permanent or Provisional Skilled visa.
Why choose Valet Migration to manage your Skilled Migration visa?
Skilled migration is a complex and lengthy process, particularly given Australian immigration law frequently changes.
There are numerous components, such as a skills assessment and English language test and strict guidelines for lodging your visa application and a requirement to maximise you Skilled Migration Points Test score.
Valet Migration has a wealth of experience in Australian immigration law and the skilled migration process. We can advise you on whether you qualify for a Skilled Migration visa as well as provide you with comprehensive assistance throughout the entire process to obtain your visa.
Work & Holiday Visa
Do you plan visit and mix it up with some work and travel across Australia?
The Working Holiday visa (WHV) is one of the most popular ways for 18-30 year olds to experience Australia for up to 24 months. The WHV affords travellers the ability to work in order to supplement their holiday travels but there are certain requirements and restrictions to be eligible for the visa.
If you’re confused about which travel visa you need or you’re interested in applying for a second Working Holiday visa, we can help. And in the event that you’ve overstayed your visa, we can help you work through your options.
Working Traveller Visa categories:
- Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462)
- Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)
Karamjit is an accomplished international career-business woman who has owned and operated businesses and franchises in Australia and India. Initially, Karamjit came to Australia as a business student and migrated to Australia on a permanent basis in 2004. She is passionate about Australia and committed to helping others to explore the many possibilities that Australia has to offer.
Since working in the migration industry Karamjit now combines her personal immigration experience with her business knowledge and expertise to provide a high-standard of service helping people overseas to create a new and exciting life in Australia.
Originally from a well-known business community in India, Pankaj has a strong background in hospitality, café and hotel management that has seen him take up posts in France, Dubai, India and Australia. Completing his Masters in Hotel Management in France, the experience of living, studying and working in different countries in the service industry has shaped Pankaj’s approach to delivering best-in-class customer service. Pankaj has a passion for Australia and is inspired to help others to make Australia their temporary or permanent home, or place of study or work.
DHM&CT, Dip in HRM, MHM, and Maitrise.
Prasad is a senior lawyer with over 27 years’ experience as a practising lawyer in Australia and Sri Lanka. Registered as a Solicitor and Barrister of NSW and a Migration Agent, Prasad understands the complex and constantly changing nature of the Australian immigration law and legislation. He is expertly qualified to manage each migration application individually and provide professional legal support and guidance.
Prior to migrating to Australia, Prasad was primarily involved in criminal law and civil litigation, appearing before the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and the High Courts of Sri Lanka. Since settling here, Prasad practised as a Principal Solicitor in a Sydney-based legal firm for three years and has also worked as a State Council for the Attorney-General’s department for almost 10 years.
Azadeh migrated to Australia in 2012 and after overcoming challenges during her own visa application process she started her career as a migration consultant in 2013. Azadeh has since developed an in-depth knowledge of the Australian migration law and guidelines and is dedicated to working to support those who want to settle in Australia.
Azadeh has a Master’s Degree in Management of Business Administration and has completed the Graduate Certificate in Immigration Law at the Australian National University (ANU). Fluent in English, German and Persian, Azadeh brings a wealth of knowledge from her previous experience working as the marketing manager in numerous multi-national companies such as Porsche AG, Mercedes-Benz and Tetra Pak.
Rashpal is a Law Graduate and has completed Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law & Practice from Victoria University Australia. In addition to this Rashpal has also registered through the Migration Agents Registration Authority.
Being Law qualified and having personal knowledge of a broad range of migration issues and experience of the many pressures and uncertainties involved in immigration, Rashpal can assist in all areas of migration.
His multicultural exposure coupled with extensive worldwide travel and experience of life overseas has enabled him to acquire a diverse yet detailed knowledge of various cultures and countries.
Rashpal is committed to ensuring that every client’s experience at Valet Migration is not only hassle-free and ethical but also one of professionalism and diligence.
Rashpal Singh Chumber, recognizes that ‘the people’ are the most significant aspect of every immigration process and hence aims to provide high quality, professional migration services without affecting performance or quality hence helping them minimize anxiety to have peace of mind.
Gabriel is a senior lawyer who graduated from Bachelor of Arts/Laws (BA/LLB) at Macquarie University in 1991 and has 20 years’ experience practicing in criminal and civil law in both the public and private sectors. Before entering into the immigration field, Gabriel was primarily involved in criminal as well as civil litigation, appearing before the District and Supreme Courts of NSW.
Her technical knowledge, down-to-earth personality and demeanour makes client feel fully satisfied. Her approach is simple: simplifying complex migration matters into clear and concise tailored made solution to deliver desirable outcomes to her clients.
Gabriel joined the Valet Migration team in October 2015. Having worked in both the private and public sector, Gabriel brings to the Team a vast array of experience and technical knowledge.
Pratik is a professional bookkeeper and First Class Accounts business owner. He has a qualification in accounting & finance from one of the top eight Australian Universities and is currently undertaking CPA program with a keen interest in public practice.
He takes pride in delivering a range of services to help small and medium sized businesses work smarter through delivery of accurate bookkeeping services, payroll & superannuation, timely management reporting, compliant tax and statutory returns and set-up and migration of accounting and office software. He is specialised in using major business accounting software such as MYOB, Xero & Quickbooks Online.
The Valet Migration team made a complex process smooth and easy. Prasad’s Professional approach and advice was valuable to both myself and the applicant. I would highly recommend Valet Migration to those who seek friendly, expert advice. – Novel Technology Solutions
My deepest thanks to the Valet Migration team for being such a wonderful migration agency. I appreciate your efficiency – not only did every team member respond to my enquiries immediately, but they also were very familiar with the visa application process. I have experienced nothing but friendly, professional and fantastic service! Prasad was in charge of my application and no question was ever a bother. He explained everything really well and I had full confidence in his abilities. I would highly recommend Valet Migration to anyone who needs assistance with their visa applications. Thank you again for all the work you have done to help me. – Andrea Conti
Thank you to Valet Migration for taking care of our visa issue. We appreciate the service provided and are happy to recommend your services. It was a relatively stress free exercise thanks to you. We had to proceed with very little notice and your advice and solution resulted in a better than expected outcome at a very cost effective price. Thank you. – Jack and Emi Milling
I chose Valet Migration to help me with my immigration matter. Due to a health condition and some other issues I had a very complicated visa application process and many thought it would be impossible for me to get my residency. But in the last few months I received my permanent residency. Big thank you to Valet Migration for helping me with my PR – they are a great team! – Handini Chatriana