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Level 4, 282 Collins Street,, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000

Also Services: Adelaide CBD, Perth CBD, and Sydney CBD

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Located in the central business district of Melbourne, Australia, Haag Walker Lawyers is a leading Australian Immigration Law Firm practicing exclusively in Australian Migration Law. We are qualified lawyers and Registered Migration Agents (R.M.A. 0000586). See below for full details of all our memberships & accreditations.


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New government – What to expect for immigration?

New visa applicants and immigrants to Australia will be wondering how the change of government will affect their opportunities to migrate to Australia.

Australian Skilled Migration - New Points Test

New Points Test for skilled visa subclasses announced

Australian Immigration | Skilled Migration From Overseas

Overview Article on the Skilled Migration Program

Victorian State Migration Plan Now Available!

IMPORTANT NEWS FLASH!!! Victoria has now released their State Migration Plan and will be accepting Sponsorship Applications from 3 November 2010. Sponsorship places are limited so prospective Australian visa applicants should act now to avoid missing out

State Migration Plan - Planning Levels Reached for Some Occupations

Planning levels have been reached for the following occupations for the 2010-11 Program Year and are no longer available for State Sponsorship in South Australia

Faster Processing For "Decision Ready" Australian Visa Applications Lodged Under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)

Applications certified by a registered migration agent to be a "Decision Ready" skilled migration application, permanent residence Employer Sponsored Visas will now be processed immediately by the Department of Immigration & Citizenship (DIAC).

State Migration Plan - New Details Released

New State Migration Plan Details Released

Australian Immigration | Process Overview Guide

Overview of the Australian Immigration Process

New Minister for Australian Immigration Appointed

New Minister For Australian Immigration Appointed by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Migration Amendment (Visa Capping) Bill 2010

New legislation affecting all prospective future visa applicants

Changes to Accountant Skills Assessment Requirements

Visa applicants nominating a skilled occupation on their GSM application must have their skills assessed by the relevant national assessment authority

FIRB Changes for Australian Temporary Residents

Amendments to the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Regulations 1989

High Court confirms rights of offshore visa applicants

Landmark High Court decision in Australian Immigration law

Cap & Cease of Pre-1 September 2007 GSM Applications

Cap & Cease of some Australian Visa Categories

New Salary level for Subclass 457 English language exemptions

Salary threshold at which English language testing can be waived indexed by 5%

Changes to Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT)

The TSMIT is intended to ensure that all persons holding a subclass 457 visa earn a fair income

Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) Occupation List

Migration to Australia under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)

Implementation of New Skilled Occupation Lists (SOL)

New Legislative Instrument specifying new SOL for General Skilled Migration program

New Australian Visa Arrangements for Overseas Doctors

The Australian Government closes the subclass 422 - Medical Practitioner (Temporary) visa

New Australian PM Julia Gillard Supports Skilled Migrants

Gillard supports a sustainable and skilled population growth in Australia

Changes Affecting Short Stay Business Visas

Recent changes to conditions placed on certain business visa subclasses

State Migration Plans for General Skilled Migration Delayed

New arrangements introduced allowing Australian state and territrory governments to nominate overseas visa applicants through a ‘state sponsorship’ program

Australian High Commission in UK – Change of Delivery Address

Change of Delivery Address

New Priority Processing Guidelines take effect 14 July 2010

Release of New Priority Processing Guidelines

Skilled Visa Processing Times

Timeframe estimates to applicants with pending skilled migration applications and new applications lodged post 1 July 2010

State Migration Plans Update - 16 August 2010

State Migration Plans Update

Transitional Arrangements for pre 1 July 2010 Skills Assessments

Transitional Arrangements for Skills Assessments

Recent Changes to the General Skilled Migration Program (GSM)

Changes affecting GSM applicants who nominate a trade occupation

New Skilled Occupation List announced on 17 May 2010

New Skilled Occupation List announced on 17 May 2010

Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) - still the preferred way to permanent residence

Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), permanent residence

DIAC announce occupations available for State Migration Plans

State Migration Plans

Low Priority - State Sponsored Applications lodged pre 1 July 2010

State Sponsored Australian Visa Applications

Suspension of certain General Skilled Migration applications

Suspension of certain General Skilled Migration applications

New Ministerial direction for Visa Priority Processing arrangements

New Visa Priority Processing arrangements

General Skilled Migration (GSM) Points Test Review

General Skilled Migration (GSM) Points Test Review

Changes to the SKilled Occupation List affect International Students

Changes to the Skilled Occupation List affect Internation Students

The Removal of the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL)

Removal of Migration Occupations in Demand List

General Skilled Migration applications lodged before 1 Sept 2007

General Skilled Migration Applications

The Removal of the Critical Skills List (CSL)

Removal of Critical Skills List (CSL)

A New Skilled Occupations List (SOL) from mid 2010

New Skilled Occupations List, SOL,


Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Haag Walker Lawyers.

Damien Munro , Australia

Romeo Dologan, Welder , Australia
What is unique about Haag Walker Lawyers service is they do their best and their service was great because we took only months to process our permanent visa and I consider my family as one of the very satisfied clients of their company. And I would highly recommend this firm to others for their job well done and I wont hesitate to use their service anytime.
Jeanalyn Aglipay, Accountant , Australia
I would like to convey my sincere appreciation to Ms. Melissa Haag for the efficient and professional service she provided in helping me obtain my permanent residency. She kept me updated on all developments of my visa application; it is this transparency and easy-reach which was very comforting to me and my husband. The attention to detail availability for consultancy provided a worry-free process, and gave me the confidence to entrust her with my immigrant visa application. It gives me great pleasure to recommend Ms. Melissa Haag to anyone for their immigration processing needs.
David Fountain Director INTIMO Lingerie , Australia
We enlisted the services of Haag Walker Lawyers to handle a professional immigration matter for Intimo Lingerie. After an extensive domestic search for an additional member of our Production Department, we discovered that the skill set we required to complement the team was only available internationally. As a result, our search was expanded overseas and proved successful. This was our first experience with international recruitment and we required assistance to navigate the immigration procedures. Haag Walker Lawyers provided excellent support throughout the whole process. Their advice, experience and guidance was invaluable. They were efficient and expedited the process such that our recruitment was secured much faster than initially anticipated and with all the required compliance. Our experience with Haag Walker was very positive and I will have no hesitation in using their services in the future or recommending the firm to others.
Edgar P Gallardo , Australia
Thank you so much for the assistance rendered which facilitated the expeditious granting of our Permanent Residency Visa (Class VE, Subclass 176 Skilled - Sponsored) in Australia. I'm very much pleased with service your firm provided and the manner you attended to us during the course of the visa application which only demonstrated your utmost professionalism.
Rany Bun , Australia
I was assisted with skilled family sponsored migration. The unique of the the service and the way of doing business is fast and reliable. Whenever, I wanted to know or I need any clarification on any information I got the response as soon as possible. The easy way to do business with you is using email as the major communication mean which is quick and simple. I am happy with your services and I always recommend your firm to my friends and relatives. If the opportunity arises I would use your service again.

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