FAQ

Our immigration consultants will guide you through your visa application process.

UIS Australia’s team of certified MARA immigration consultants are here to share their expertise and years of experience in the field of Australia immigration with you, to help you meet the necessary requirements and handle any challenges that may show during your visa application process.

Below are the most common questions asked by our clients regarding the Australian visa application process:

Our immigration consultants and legal advisors can advise you on complicated decisions, selecting the most suited immigration route, assisting with any legal requirements and representing you in front of the Australian government.
UIS Australia's immigration consultancy services fees may vary according to the type of visa you are applying for, how many applications you need, the complexity of your immigration case, etc.
Fees can be paid in U.S dollars. In some cases, under the sole discretion of our MARA consultants, a payment plan tailored to your personal financial situation may be available.
The time it would take to process your visa application is affected by many factors, such as changes in immigration policies, the type of visa you're applying for, the complexity of your immigration case, etc. All noted time frames for visa applications should be taken as estimations.
We will be more than happy to assist you. Our immigration consultants can do the following:
Help you become a permanent resident
Help you become an Australian citizen
Help you extend your visa
Help you apply for a different visa
Help you with a cancelled visa

Contact an immigration consultant to receive professional consultation based on your particular case.
Under certain circumstances the answer is yes – you can reapply after your initial visa application was refused. Our immigration consultants will be able to assess your personal circumstances and advise you on the best course of action. Just let us know what is the issue you are dealing with.
There are specific countries that are eligible for an ETA. If you hold a different travel document, a non-citizen passport or certificate of identity then you will not be able to apply for an ETA. For a list of the eligible countries click here.
Australia is a liberal country that legalized same-sex marriage on 9 December 2017. States and territories began granting domestic partnership benefits and relationship recognition to same-sex couples from 2003, with federal law recognizing same-sex couples since 2009 as de facto relationships. Australia places no restriction for immigration applicants who are in a same – sex relationship or marriage.