Our Services

Careers Migration Australia provides the following migration services to our clients
  • General Skilled Migration-Permanent: Independent and State Sponsored
  • Employer Sponsored Migration-Permanent
  • Employer Sponsored Work visas-Temporary
  • Study Visas
  • Post Graduate Work visas
  • Partner Migration-Permanent
  • Family Migration-Permanent
  • Visitor Visas: Short term work and tourist activities
  • Corporate compliance management
  • Company Sponsorship Approval

Our Clients

Careers Migration Australia clients include:
  • Corporations; large and small needing to sponsor overseas skilled workers
  • Overseas skilled workers wanting to work and live in Australia on a temporary or permanent basis
  • Overseas temporary workers wishing to live in Australia permanently
  • Australian permanent residents and citizens wishing to sponsor family members or partners
  • Overseas Students wanting to study in Australia.
  • Overseas graduates wanting to stay and work in Australia.
  • Residents of overseas countries wishing to visit Australia temporally for business or holiday
  • Working holiday applicants for 12 months to experience life n Australia

Work, Study and Live in Australia

We have a success rate with 100% of permanent resident visa applications approved over the last 7 years.

More importantly the has been the success rate of our applicants changing their lives by improving their:

  • Employment
  • Family Income
  • Education
  • Health
  • Standard of Living
  • Quality of Life
  • Safety
  • Peace of mind
Access to:

  • Social security benefits
  • Child care benefits
  • Health Insurance

Trust & Integrity

We are members of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) and operate in accordance with the Institute’s Code of Ethics and Practice, including the compulsory Code of Conduct for all Registered Migration Agents (RMA), you can access this code by:

Visa Refusal Rates

It is almost impossible for an untrained individual to understand Australia migration regulations, let alone keep up with the constant in migration law.

  • Over 4,000 visas have been refused under a new regulation, Criterion 4020, based on false or misleading information or bogus documents being submitted
  • 78 % of Skilled visa applications submitted by individuals without the assistance of Registered Migration Agent are incomplete, and missing critical evidence, information and documents,
  • Resulting refusal of the visa application, and/or in significant delays in processing and approval.
  • Refusal rates of up to 20 % for student visas for the 3 months ended 30 March 2013 have been recorded for some leading countries in the Asian region.
  • Consequences of refusal: If an application is refused this can sometimes result in a ban being placed on future applications while the applicant is in Australia.

How we will help you

Rapidly Changing Regulations and Policy
Australia’s migration regulations are complicated and forever changing with over 70 % of visas affected by changes in 2013, with more changes expected in the 2014-15 year. We understand migration law, and provide comprehensive evidence to support your case.
Submission of a Complete Application
The average assessment time for a typical application we are advised by the DIBP is 170 minutes, missing information result in significant delays and possibly refusals. We strive to provide 100% of the information with the initial application.
Communication with DIBP Case Managers
We are in with contact Department of Immigration case managers by phone and email and this almost always solves any issues that may arise.
Our Membership of the MIA, the Migration industries peak body, allows us to access senior management in the Department of Immigration in more complicated issues.
Advocacy on your behalf
We have the credentials, experience, knowledge and credibility to present and argue your case with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
Communication the DIBP overseas and in Australia
Where assessment is undertaken in overseas posts, an Australian Registered Migration Agent has more credibility than local unregistered agents, who have a very poor reputation and track record, and don’t understand Australian migration law.
Impartial and Honest advice
We value our credibility and good track record with Clients and the DIBP; consequently we will not submit a visa application on your behalf that has little chance of success, as this is expensive for all parties. We will however explore the options available to improving your chances of success.
Application Strategy
A key to success with a visa application is to understand your circumstance and objectives, identifying potential issues and selecting the most appropriate visa pathway.
Personalised Service
We initially meet with you either in person or by phone or skype to understand your situation, and identify the key opportunities and challenges. You will have regular access to the client service manager allocated to your case, the principle of the firm, Allan Pitman, and 24 hour access to any member of the team if there are issues you wish to discuss.
Represent you with all relevant Authorities
We are experienced in dealing effectively with overseas and Australian, authorities, assessing bodies, registration boards, and police authorities always with a positive result.
State Sponsorship and Regional Certification boards
These bodies are often required to provide approval for Permanent Residence and each have different requirements and criteria which change frequently. It is our job to get a positive result, without which your visa cannot be approved.
Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest
As Registered Migration Agents we are bound by the compulsory Code of Conduct for all RMAs, you can access this code by:
Fast, Cost Effective Solutions
Most visas have strict criteria regarding the submission of documents, and the timing related to their validity and/or submission, and failure to adhere to these requirements and deadlines may often result in refusal of the application.
We are aware of these requirements, and ensure you understand and meet these.

We Manage the Entire Visa Process

  • Initial assessment; with you to understand the circumstances and your objectives
  • Select the most appropriate visa straegy; to suit the client’s objectives and situation
  • Provide client with written advice; and proposed strategy
  • Communicate the prospects for success; and potential issues
  • Provide a quotation of agents fees; visa fees and written cost agreement
  • Provide you with a checklist of forms; documents and relevant evidence required
  • Preparation of a written submission; to the Department of Immigration
  • Assemble required forms & documents; and evidence
  • Represent you with all relevant authorities; assessment bodies, state/regional sponsorship boards, police, employers and others
  • Lodging your visa application; with forms, letter, attached documents and evidence
  • Confirm a valid application has been lodged; received, and receipted
  • Representing you with the Department of Immigration; answering all queries, providing any additional documents and information
  • Argue the client’s case; Utilising our knowledge of migration law and policy
  • Keeping you updated regularly; throughout the visa decision by phone, email and face to face meetings as appropriate

Why Use a Registered Migration Agent

Only Registered Migration Agents can give immigration assistance in Australia.

  • Registration of Migration agents is the responsibility of Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA)
  • MARA is appointed by the Federal Government of Australia
  • Renewal of registration with MARA is mandatory on an annual basis


MARA is responsible to ensure Registered Migration Agents:

  • Act professionally and in a timely manner
  • Abide by the migration agent’s Code of Conduct
  • Have appropriate insurance
  • Pass character tests (including criminal history checks).
  • Give you a copy of the Consumer Guide ( your rights and obligations)
  • Procedure for complaints to the Office of the MARA
  • Must have English language skills equal to a registered Nurse or Medical Doctor

Unregistered Migration Agents

Unregistered agents are breaking the law and penalties of up to 10 years jail can apply. Anyone who gives migration advice or assistance is also breaking the law.

Training in Migration Law

As Registered Migration agents we are required to undertake up to 2 years of University training  to understand and interpret Australia’s complicated ever changing migration laws

Continuous Professional Development (CPD):

CPD is a mandatory requirement of annual registration of Migration Agents by The Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) an office attached to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

Regular meetings with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP):

Through our membership of the peak body for Registered Migration Agents we are able to meet personally with senior managers of the DIBP, participate in briefing sessions about changes to law and policy and on a regular basis through our MIA representatives, to understand specific issues and or changes in interpretation of law and policy.

Membership the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA):

We are members of the MIA the peak professional association for Australian migration service providers representing over 2,200 Registered Migration Agents (RMAs) across Australia and overseas.

All MIA Members undertake a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training program designed to promote a standard of excellence in education and services in the migration industry.

Access to Procedure Advice Manual (PAM):

Registered Migration Agents have access to PAM and it is a condition of registration.

PAM provides both policy and procedural instruction relevant to the legislation for DIBP assessors and case managers.

This is a valuable tool for understanding how the regulations are interpreted by the Department of Immigration and facilitates the ability of Registered Migration Agents to submit and argue legally successful visa applications.

Increase your chances of success, minimise delays

A well-prepared application with all required documents can make a decision from the DIBP easier and faster.
Delays or refusal of a visa application can be caused by:

  • Errors in your application
  • Incomplete applications
  • Failure to adhere to lodgement deadlines
  • Requests for additional information
  • Selection of the wrong visa for your circumstances

Avoid you applying for the wrong visa.

Act as your advocate with the Department of Immigration

Save you time and frustration

why people use us

  • Careers international is really a reliable company because......... they have done all they could do for us, we really feel that we were blessed that we were under careers international. I realize that probably that was the best decision I have ever made in my life that I joined Careers International

    Pompy Bose
    Pompy Bose Registered Nurse (Permanent Resident Granted 20 Dec 2013)
  • What I have to say about career international. It is very good. First of all I want to tell that we can trust these people because I know many agents who brought people to Australia. After candidates came to Australia they just left them and they don’t care, because they are thinking their job is finished. But I am proud to say that Allan always give back up to us and still we have a stand.

    Aji Mathew
    Aji MathewPermanent Resident Granted 28 Mar 2012
  • Australia is a very peaceful country. What I like, the first thing that impressed me over here was its cleanliness. Everything is so clean, everything is very green, clean, it is very good country very beautiful country, all those who wish to develop themselves professionally and education wise they should come to Australia and this is the best decision they can make in their life .

    Ruby Pipson
    Ruby PipsonRegistered Nurse (Permanent Resident Granted 16 Jan 2014)
  • I am so happy to have received the news that my Australian Visa application has been granted. I would like to say thank you for assisting me with my visa processing. If I did that application on my own, without your help, I don't think I would get a visa approval. You guys really did an amazing job, and I cannot thank you enough. I really appreciate all the effort you guys put in for my application.  Now I just need to book myself a return ticket. Once again, my most sincere thanks and appreciation for your kind assistance. I wish that you will continue to have more success in your business as you continue to help people.

    Renoir Cana from Philippines
    Renoir Cana from PhilippinesRegistered Nurse
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