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ACL Migration Agents specialize in all types of Australian visas including parent visas, partner visas, work visas and skilled visas. For advice and eligibility telephone: +61 8 93010660. Our agent has been registered for 13 years and has vast experience with all visa types, and in particular complex visa issues and immigration policy. Using our professional services ensures that your Australia visa application is valid and increases the probability of a successful outcome.
About Migration Agent Perth
ACL Migration Agents commit to exceptional service and quality interaction and liaison with our clients. We have dedicated support staff and have excellent in-house work practices, and systems in place to ensure your application is prepared to the highest of standards. It is our aim to submit professionally compiled applications to meet the Home Affairs high expectations for a quality application. Note that Home Affairs is the new name for the Department of Immigration.
While our migration agent’s office is based in Joondalup, Perth, Western Australia, with the internet these days we can, and have, assisted people from all parts of Australia and elsewhere in the world. We can communicate using Skype, email and by phone. As most visa applications these days are submitted electronically, correspondence by email is preferable once the appointment of the migration agent has been made and the application compilation has commenced.
At our office in Joondalup (North of Perth) we undertake face-to-face consultations which generally last 30 – 45 minutes. We do charge a nominal fee of AU$110 for these consultations. If you are outside of Perth and still require a consultation, this can be done using Skype or by telephone to accommodate your requirements and time zone. We are very attentive during the consultation and by the end of the consultation you will have an understanding of your visa eligibility, as well as an appreciation of circumstances and possible options for your way forward. At that time we can also discuss the appointment and formal representation of our migration agent should you choose to move forward with a visa application.
Migration Agent Perth Services
As a Registered Migration Agent in Perth with over 13 years experience in the Migration business, you are assured of receiving the most professional and up to date assistance for all your Australia migration and visa enquiries.
An Australian registered migration agent is one the most highly regulated professions in Australia. To become an agent exams need to be written and thereafter there is scrutiny to the agent's character etc. All migration agents have a “Migration Agents Registration Number” or MARN. The first 2 digits reflect the year that an agent first became registered and can be a good guide as to the experience of a migration agent. Our agent’s registration (MARN) is 0430179. Registration in this case was initially made in 2004.
To maintain our ongoing (repeat) registration migration agents have to undertake ongoing annual courses called Continuing Professional Development (CPDs) to a minimum standard. This process ensures that migration agents are kept abreast and up-to-date with Department of Immigration policy and legislation changes.
ACL Migration Agents offer you complete flexibility in the services you require, from initial consultations and preliminary advice through to a full service visa application. Additionally a major benefit of appointing a Migration Agent in Perth, is that the majority of applications are lodged in Australia, so if any input or changes are required during processing, we are available to correspond and liaise with the case officers on any issues. For more information or to make an appointment to see or have a consultation with a migration agent in Perth to discuss the Australia Visa best suited to you, please Contact Us.
As an Australian registered migration agent in Perth I can:
Constantly advise you on the visa that may best suit your requirements .
Inform you of the documents and supporting evidence you will need to submit with your visa application.
Assist with the compilation, completion, submission and lodgement of the application forms.
Communicate and correspond with the department on your behalf in the event of any queries.
Assist in the preparation of the nomination, skills assessments and visa application.
Contact us to arrange a consultation to discuss your visa requirements or issues. Please note that we do charge a nominal fee for a consultation. Our phone number is (08) 93010660. You can also make an enquiry using the form below.
Testamonials and Reviews
10 August 2018
A great big thank you to yourself and Sandy for assisting us getting this over the line! Quite the process indeed and glad we got there in the end.
If anything pops up we will revert and will certainly pass on your details to others as reference.
Thanks again and best regards,
2 July 2018
Lloyd is an extremely knowledgeable and experienced migration agent. His approach was realistic coupled with optimism. Always replied quickly to my questions without hesitation. Thank you again Lloyd. Highly recommend.
Thanks again to you both for your assistance and support both with the visa application and the withdrawal of it.
We will certainly recommend your services to other family and friends should they require help with Visas. Kind regards
WOW WHAT A CHRISTMAS PRESENT
THANKS YOU GUYS SOOO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR HELP. . What a journey, but I must say I would have NEVER been able to accomplish this without your help. we dropped the ball years ago on this and its feel so good to finally get it done..
again thanks a lot and i hope you guys have had a merry xmas and a happy new year.
Sincerely Robert and Nicola and Cerecia
Wow this is a very big news for us!! I would like to say thank you to you and Sandy for all your help and work towards my visa. In terms of feedback i must say how helpful at all times you and Sandy were. You both calmly helped us achieve permanent visa status. We definitely will recommend you to our friends and family.
If you need us as a referee or as a reference please don't hesitate to ask.
Vilia and Nick
Thank you for the help with visa. I am really glad that we get it this time. I will say 5 star to ACL migration.
Barry singh Mann
Thank you, I do appreciate your work on this, especially with all the changes that have been introduced recently.
Good morning Lloyd
Thank you so much for your help in getting my visa - this was so quick !!!
I await more information from you when you have it
What great service you have provided we really wasn't expecting to hear so soon.
Thank you for all your advice, we look forward to speaking to you again soon.
Eric & Maureen
That's fantastic news. Thank you very much for all your help. I would have no problem in recommending you to anyone who has to go through the visa application process. Many thanks once again. Paul
Thank you for all your hard work in this matter, we really appreciate it. You saved us many a headache and the good results are a great outcome (partner visa). Ari & Cindy
Hi Lloyd .
You are the top man thank you very much!!!
A huge thank you to Lloyd Kelbrick of ACL Migration Agents for all his professionalism and great support in helping me to successfully achieve a visa for my overseas partner to join me, in such an amazingly short time.
I appreciated his prompt and clear replies to my many questions and I would not hesitate in recommending his excellent services to any interested and prospective clients. Graham Pearce
I want to say thank you to both of you for helping me with the partner visa process and the bridging visa application, for being so efficient and reliable. Is still a long way to the visa approval but till now I've been really satisfied with your service and I will definitely talk about my experience with ACL migration agents.Thank you. Arianna Cavina
Thank you so much for your help on all of this (Partner Visa), myself and Mariesha are eternally grateful. James and Mariesha
Morning Lloyd, That is such great news, the best news we have received in 2 years! Thank you so much for all your patience and help, we appreciate it . Kind regards, Sam
17/1/17 Hi Lloyd, Wow this is brilliant Thank you so much! We are very grateful for your assistance. Cheers this calls for a celebration 👏👏😀
Kind Regards Sean
We would like to thank Mr. Lloyd Kelbrick and Mrs Sandy Foxcroft for the brilliant work, awesome service and helping us to get the visa. They have been professional and helpful, and we highly recommend them for your visa needs. Regards, Baz & Athena
Thanks a lot, Lloyd Kelbrick and Team. A very professional and helping team. I'm glad I have got my Permanent residence now, and your team's efforts in guiding me in a proper direction and helping me in getting it through are priceless. Thanks once again. Honestly, very happy and thanks a ton for all your efforts in making it a success. Ravi Raju
So thankful to receive our Australian Citizenship! Many thanks to Lloyd Kelbrick for his excellent knowledge, expertise and assistance with our work visas, permanent residences and citizenships! Very happy clients! Sandra
I would highly recommend Lloyd and Sandy at ACL Migration Agents. The process of moving to another country is extremely daunting - and the visa requirements onerous - but ACL Migration Agents were fantastic! They guided me through the process, answering endless questions and seamlessly got the paperwork through. Everyone back home keeps asking me how I got to Australia so fast - I always tell them: "It's because Lloyd helped me - he did it properly". Anybody thinking of going through this process should consider ACL Migration Agents before going to anyone else. Diz (From South Africa)
Lloyd has been very keen in assisting me with correct details. He did not mislead me. He actually gave me the most efficient way to get my PR based on my situation and circumstances. I would say it was my luck to find a good agent like Lloyd who tells you what is possible for you without misleading you with wrong information. I will strongly recommend Lloyd to my friends and families. I had been to many agents back in Brisbane and most agents are after the money and they do not deliver accurate information but he did. We are truly happy with your service, thank you! Shunanthinie Muthusamy
We used Lloyd when my (now) wife and I applied for a partner visa. Lloyd was very knowledgeable and professional in helping us obtain this. I would highly recomend ACL Migration for all migration needs. Thanks again guys :) Phillip Hayes
Couldn't be happier with the help I got from ACL Migration. I would definitely recommend them and I will be going with them for my future visa needs! Chase Dillon
Professional, Excellent Friendly Service. Highly recommended for all Australian Visas. Clyde Swartz
ACL Migration Agents dealt successfully with my Australian PR. Very professional and couldn't be happier with the knowledge and services that was provided to me. Michael Ferraris
Migration Agent's Blog
25 July 2018
South Australia have updated their nomination requirements and eligible occupations etc. More information can be seen by following this link.
2 July 2018
The government fees for most Australian visas has increased from July. Ensure you have the correct fee for the visa.
2 July 2018
From 1 July 2018, the pass and pool marks for the 189, 190 and 489 visas will increase to 65 points (from 60 points). This will only affect invitations to make a visa application issued after 1 July 2018. This will really affect the state sponsored 190 and 489 visas!
16 May 2018
TSS (Temporary Skills Shortage Visa 482) - new Skilling Australia Fund (SAF) legislation is due to be signed and come into effect in the coming days. This is the new training expenditure requirement for new sponsors who want to employ persons from overseas please refer to our webpage for more information
18 March 2018
The new TSS 482 visa (Temporary Skills Shortage Visa) is introduced. This really replaces the 457 visa - the Australian work visa.
17 January 2018
Occupation List changes come into effect today. You can see more information here:
19 December 2017
Coming into effect now, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will acquire information on holders of a Visa from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection for the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 financial years. The data items that will be obtained are: *Address history for visa applicants and sponsors *Contact history for visa applicants and sponsors *All visa grants *Visa grant status by point in time *Migration agents (visa application preparer who assisted or facilitated the processing of the visa) *Address history for migration agents *Contact history for migration agents *All international travel movements undertaken by visa holders (arrivals and departures) *Sponsor details *Education providers (educational institution where a student visa holder intends to undertake their study) *Visa subclass name.
7 November 2017
Changes for the PIC 4020 which come into effect on the 18th will broaden the powers to refuse a visa on fraud grounds and to allow for consideration of fraudulent behaviour (the provision of fraudulent documents) during the previous 10 years. This applies to previous visa applications, as well as previous visa grants.
The practical effect of this change is that any information or documents provided to the Department, skills assessor or MOC, can be taken into account when deciding an application, even if the previous visa was not granted or was withdrawn before decided. (source: MIA)
1 July 2017
Changes come into effect such as age of skilled and employer sponsored permanent visas is reduced to 45; Mandatory police clearance for 457 visas Occupation lists are updated New pathway for New Zealand citizens to obtain permanent residence
A reminder that if a 457 visa holder's working conditions change (e.g. a wage cut), the employer must lodge a new 457 nomination.
10 January 2017
Information received today from Immigration confirms that they are currently allocating ENS/RSMS cases lodged between February and June 2016.
23 December 2016
Just received a notice from the Department of Immigration - a decision NOT to cancel a 187 RSMS visa as the reasons not to cancel outweighed the grounds for cancellation. What a great outcome and Christmas present for my client. We've been waiting for this for about 6 weeks.
17 November 2016
From 18 November 2016, sponsors of Partner or Prospective Marriage visas will need to provide Australian and foreign police checks. Failure to do so within the required time may result in the visa being refused. This requirement does not affect applicants and sponsors whose applications were lodged prior to 18 November 2016.
20 October 2016
Most permanent residents seeking to obtain Australian citizenship must meet specific residence requirements. A useful aid in establishing that the residence requirements are met prior to submitting a citizenship application can be seen by following this link: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Ente/Retu/residence-calculator
9 Sept 2016
From September 10 2016, applications for Resident Return Visas (RRV) must be made either online through an Immi Account, or by using a paper form 1085. Other oral and written methods can no longer be used to make an application.
9 Sept 2016
Australian Immigration is introducing a new Entrepreneur visa on the 10th of September. Briefly:
Applicants must be undertaking, or proposing to undertake, an entrepreneurial venture in Australia.
The entrepreneurial venture must not be related to residential real estate or labour hire or involve purchasing an existing business or franchise.
Applicants must also be under 55 years of age, have a competent level of English, and have at least 30% interest in their entrepreneurial venture.
There must be one or more funding agreements in place for at least $200,000 between the entrepreneur or venture and a third party funding body or bodies.
Sources of third party funding are limited to state and territory governments, Commonwealth agencies, Publicly Funded Research Organisations, and investors registered as a Venture Capital Limited Partnerships (VCLP) or Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnerships (ESVCLP). Agreements outlining funds from a combination of these sources are also acceptable.
Applicants must have a business plan outlining their plans for their venture in Australia.
An Entrepreneur visa holder can progress to permanent residency after four years if they can meet a measure of success, which includes factors such as business turnover, employment of Australians and ability to obtain significant financial backing.
Applicants must be undertaking, or proposing to undertake, an entrepreneurial venture in Australia.
Source: Department of Immigration and Border Protection. Contact ACL Migration for further details.
7 Sept 2016
Australian immigration is introducing a new Entrepreneur visa which will be launched on the 10th of September 2016.
25 August 2016
It seems that there is a movement to try and have engineering occupations removed from the SOL list. Of course it may not happen, but it makes for interesting reading. More on the issue can be read here.
17 August 2016
Department of Immigration correspondence show that 457 visas are taking 50 WORKING days to process.