Making an Australian Visa Application Easier

Making an Australian visa application easier How to make the visa application preparation
easier? Australian visa applications are difficult
to organize and difficult to get right, especially if you want them
to be successful. If you want an excellent visa application
prepared and lodged with a very high chance of success (be that a partner visa application
or a tourist visa application), it will be hard work. It’s as
simple as that. So guess what? Today is Trick Question Day! How to make it easier? You can’t ever make it easier if you
want it to work, and if you go around seeking easy solutions you will probably fall flat
on your face. OK, maybe that should have been “No, you can’t
make it EASY!” You can make it easier by getting expert
advice from a Registered Migration Agent like Down Under Visa who will tell it to you straight,
but it will never be a smooth ride with little effort
put in. Garbage in, garbage out… they say. Does a Migration Agent make it easier and
faster? Yes, we make it easier. We don’t necessarily make it faster, as we
simply won’t do rush-jobs. Rush-job
visa applications are like any rush-jobs. All haste and no care or attention to detail. What’s the point in
getting the visa application lodged into the DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border
Protection) system if it’s only going to be refused? And no, we won’t make it easy. We will take out the confusion of wondering
what you are supposed to be doing. But you won’t end up with nothing to do. You won’t make an appointment at our office
and have the application lodged that day. You will end up with a set of tasks and be
expected to do them thoroughly and with accuracy, and you will
end up with a To-Do List, our term for a checklist of visa
requirements, and a whole lot of homework to do (which is why it’s a “to-do” list). It will certainly keep
you out of trouble for a while, and you won’t need to say “I have nothing to do, and I’m
bored!” We’ll
see to that! I had somebody tell me once about how hard
it was. He and his fianc�e were busy, and they didn’t
understand computers, and it was just so difficult, and asked me “What can we do?” It wasn’t the first
time he had said this, and my usual saintly diplomacy slipped a bit and I said “Well,
you might just have to get used to being alone, because unless
you manage to do these things it simply won’t work.” Blunt, but absolutely true. It’s like when you get a personal trainer
at a gym because you want the big muscles that impress the girls on the beach. They’re going to push you, and they will get
more out of you than you ever thought you could. We do the same thing, because we want your
visa application to be bulging with muscles that will make the
Case Officers at the Australian Embassy or DIBP impressed
enough to grant the visa. Do you want help or not? I said in a BLOG post once: Would you go into
a restaurant, and say “Now, where’s the kitchen? And I
brought my own frying pan?” Obviously you would not. Just making a point here. We have applicants who will tell us they’ve
filled out the forms already, and that they want to call
in and see us because they have all the documents already
prepared and they want the application lodged so Betty Sue can come back with them in two
weeks time. I get a bit puzzled and wonder why, because
that’s what WE do. We complete the forms. And we
tell you what documents and relationship evidence you need, and we tell you if what you’ve sent
is correct, sufficient and of suitable quality
to make a great application. That’s our job. We’re not a visa-
shop, or a place to drop off your completed application. I’m getting some legal stuff done for myself
at the moment (ie. boring property stuff), and the lawyer
told me I need to prepare this….get this served…..and apply for that. I said “You’re the expert. I’m not!” I
want him to do this, and I will do exactly what he tells me to do, and I won’t argue
or complain that it’s too hard. Get experts to help you with the important
things. Get the best lawyers. Get the best doctors. Get the best builders. And definitely get the best migration agent
you can, and follow what these experts tell you and while it won’t necessarily
be easy, at least it will be done right! And we look forward
to the day when we send you
your visa grant!

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