Entries by Katrina Andreeva

How to get a Partner Visa for Australia

Just recently at Sekuir Migration we’ve had a large number of enquiries about how to apply for a Partner Visa – love is certainly in the air! When it comes to Partner Visas it’s important to know that there are a few different types. These are: Option 1: Temporary Partner Visa Subclass 820 and Permanent […]

How to get a student visa for Australia

At Sekuir Migration, we receive many enquiries about how to get a student visa for Australia. Studying in Australia is a great way to experience our country while gaining valuable skills, but many potential students are overwhelmed by the visa application process. The kinds of questions we frequently answer are: What can I study in […]

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Ingles Group launches Migration Services on the Gold Coast

Ingles Group, which is known for its wide-scale property developments and well established accountancy firm, Ingles Accounting, is now offering inbound migration services on the Gold Coast. Graeme Ingles, who heads up Ingles Group, says that migration services are crucial to the ongoing growth of the Gold Coast and that he launched Sekuir Migration in response […]

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Queensland faces a doctor shortage

The abolishment of the 457 Visa, which was the most common visa for Australian employers to sponsor skilled workers from overseas to work temporarily in Australia, has caused fears of a shortage of doctors in Queensland. The state government says that it will have be short at least 80 doctors a year, particularly in remote […]

20 Great Reasons to Migrate to Australia

We all know that Australia is seen as ‘The Lucky Country’ all over the world. We’ve made this list in case you still aren’t sure why you should make the move to live, work, study or do business in Australia. Australian Universities are the best Seven of the top 100 universities in the world are […]

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Introducing Katrina Andreeva

Meet Katrina Andreeva, our Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1685312) and member of Migration Alliance and Migration Institute of Australia. Katrina is originally from Russia and migrated to Australia in 2009, arriving in Sydney Australia on a student visa. After studying here in Australia for one year and exploring all of Australia, she realised she wished […]