Welcome to Sunshine Coast Visas
Are you searching the net for MIGRATION AGENT Maroochydore, or EXPERT MIGRATION AGENT SUNSHINE COASTor Immigration Agent Sunshine Coast ?? Sunshine Coast Visas is a migration agency based in Maroochydore Sunshine Coast - easily accessible for local Sunshine Coast clients but also equally accessible to all other applicants. You cant get better than 24/7 access - contact the local Sunshine Coast agent at any time.
Why use SUNSHINE COAST VISAS
Superior service delivery at lower fees. Professional service delivery. Dedicated one on one visa assistance - you will always deal direct with the Sunshine Coast migration agent. Get the best visa results
Looking for the lowest fee to assist your partner matter??
SPECIAL OFFER $1500 - SEPTEMBER ONLY - ENDS 30 SEP 2017
Looking for the lowest fee to assist your partner matter??
SPECIAL OFFER $1000 downpayment - Balance by instalments
Yes $1000 partner migration downpayment for new partner enquiries until withdrawn. The Or avail a DISCOUNTED AGENT FEE OPTION just AUD$3000 FLAT AGENT FEEfor partner visa applicants
(note DIBP FEE AUD$7000 is not due until lodging date - if you need to lodge urgently this fee is also due in order to lodge. NEED ASSISTANCE WITH DIBP FEE ALSO - we have solutions to assist for partner sponsors.
Why migrate to the Sunshine Coast
Australia is the land of real opportunity especially for new migrants who seem to bring with them an amazing can do attitude looking for that better future. Its what Australia is all about. The Sunshine Coast Queensland is a perfect destination choice for visitors, students, business people, and skilled migrants alike. South East Queensland is a great holiday destination and is one of the fastest growng regions in Australia attracting overseas migration, interstate migration especially from New South Wales and Victoria and also intrastate migration from within Queensland itself. Many New Zealanders also choose Australia and Queensland as a preferred destination for work opportunities.
The Sunshine Coast region of South East Queensland has long been a drawcard for interstate and overseas visitors alike. It has endless days of sunshine, kilometres of beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, scenic hinterland regions and a relaxed holiday lifestyle all combining to make this part of Queensland a perfect destination not just for holiday visits but also for temporary work stays on Working Holiday visas (subclass 417) or Long Term Business Visas (subclass 457) and also visas for migration purposes. This area is far enough south to avoid the summer cyclones of far north Australia and it is not subject to the serious flooding seen in Brisbane Queensland which is more subject to the once in 100 year flood events. While it is called the Sunshine Coast it can certainly get wet and has its fair share of rainfall.
Population and cost of living increases especially in the States of New South Wales and Victoria are pushing Australians further north to Queensland in search of lower housing prices, lower costs of living and a better lifestyle for their families. For many individuals and families the cost of buying real estate in cities like Sydney and Melbourne is becoming beyond their reach making Queensland a more attractive option for young families and also retirees. It also makes it a more attractive option for new migrants and there are incentives to use regional visas for migration purposes. These realities are not so well known to many potential visa applicants.
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Increases in population create additional demand for services and goods and mean inevitable opportunities for skilled applicants or business persons wishing to migrate to all parts of fhe Sunshine Coast, including those with business skills who envisage establishing a business in Australia, managing a new or existing business in Australia or investing in Australia. For business people and skilled applicants the following are identified as the Sunshine Coast region's top industry sectors:
For intending visa applicants the benefits of living on the Sunshine Coast include:
►Food and beverages
►Health and wellbeing
►Sport and leisure
►Tourism and events
►proximity to all transport networks with multiple daily air services from Maroochydore airport by Virgin, Jetstar, and others
►flying time to Sydney New Souith Wales is less than 90 minutes - this can be quicker than driving to Brisbane
►90 minute drive to Brisbane city
►excellent telecommunications, tv, cable or satellite
►existing infrastructure and available land
►established regional employment opportunities
►superior education facilities with University of the Sunshine Coast, TAFE etc
►lifestyle benefits - more relaxed than the hussle and bussle of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane cities
►so many places to spend your leisure time in the Sunshine Coast - the famous beaches, the hinterland (including Australia's famous Glass House mountains), the home of the Crocodile Hunter and Australia Zoo and the home of inspirational Australians like Jessica Watson, Australia's youngest solo unassisted around the world sailor
For intending business migrants to the Sunshine Coast Queensland the added benefits include:
►lower business operational costs
►a strong economy boosted by tourism
►excellent telecommunications and data access
►a local council supporting existing and new businesses
►established local workforce
Australian Migration & Visa services for sunshinecoastvisas.com.au are provided direct by the MARA Registered Migration Agent and all dealings for immigration & visa services will be with the appointed agent personally who operates in Queensland under the business name SUNSHINE COAST VISAS. Queensland prides itself on being the Smart State - use SUNSHINE COAST VISAS to make your home in the Smart State. Current Australian law requires that only an individual can be registered as a migration agent and can act as your migration agent (not a business). You will deal at all times with the migration agent.
MARA CODE OF CONDUCT https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf