Visa Programs

Australian visa programs consist of a number of different visa classes and subclasses.

Types of visas include visitor visas, studying and training visas, partner visas, child visas, parent visas, employer sponsored work visas, skilled migration visas, business and investment visas, refugee and humanitarian visas, as well as medical treatment and bridging visas.

Tamas Immigration

Tamas Immigration is a boutique firm of Australian Immigration Lawyers and Canadian Immigration Consultants.

We look forward to the opportunity to give guidance on temporary visas or permanent residence in Australia that may suit your individual requirements.


As well as assisting with visa appeals to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Tamas Immigration provides advice and assistance with a range of Australian visa applications and migration matters.

Providing advice and assistance with:

  • Partner visa, and Prospective Marriage visa
  • Family members including Parent visa, Child visa, and Remaining Relative visa
  • Adoption visa
  • New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship visa
  • Special Category visa
  • Carer visa
  • Skilled Independent visa
  • Skilled Nominated visa
  • Employer Nomination Scheme visa
  • Skilled Regional visa
  • Temporary Work (International Relations) visa
  • Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa
  • Temporary Skill Shortage visa
  • Temporary Activity visa
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional visa
  • Skilled Work Regional visa
  • Temporary Work (International Relations) visa
  • Global Talent visa
  • The SkillSelect Program
  • Skills Assessments
  • Investor visa
  • Business Innovation and Investment visa
  • Business Owner visa
  • Visitor visa for tourists
  • Business visitors
  • Sponsored family visitors
  • Student visa
  • Temporary Graduate visa
  • Student Guardian visa
  • Training visa
  • Working Holiday visa, and Work and Holiday visa
  • Medical Treatment visa
  • Protection visa
  • Refugee visas
  • Crew Travel Authority visa
  • Maritime Crew visa
  • Resident Return visas
  • Ministerial Intervention
  • Visa refusal appeals to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal
  • Citizenship