General FAQ About Visas

How do I contact Sync Corporate Service Provider?

Easy and simple just complete our free visa assessment. All you need to do is visit our webpage and click on the link to get started and one of our Immigration Consultants will call you back within 24 hours.

Will I have to take a medical exam?

Yes, all immigration applicants must take a medical examination. This is to ensure that you are medical well to enter Australia and are free to contagious diseases.

How long are medical examinations valid for?

Medical examinations are valid for 1 year from the date of the examination.

What will happen if I fail my medical?

Unfortunately you would need to re-take and pass your medicals before applying.

Why use an officially-recognized migration agent to double-check your visa application?

This is very important and this ensures that your application will be correctly processed. The application process is generally complicated and a small misunderstandings or confusion that commonly arise during the immigration process can potentially lead to a refusal and a loss of application fees paid to the government. This compares to an average success rate of over 95% for those applicants that lodge their applications through an officially-recognized migration agent

When I migrate, will I lose my current passport?

You will enter as a permanent resident which does not affect your current citizenship status. After four years you can apply for Australian citizenship (but this is not obligatory). The Australian Government allows dual-nationality (i.e. the holding of two passports), so you could retain your current passport and obtain an Australian passport as well. Having said this, you must check that your own country of citizenship allows dual-nationality. If not, you will need to surrender your other nationality in order to become a citizen. An example is India that does not allow you to hold dual nationality.

How long do I need to live in Australia before I can become a citizen?

You must have been living in Australia on a valid Australian visa for 4 years immediately before applying, including 1 year as a permanent resident, and You must not have been absent from Australia for more than 1 year during the 4 year period, including no more than 90 days in the year immediately before applying.

Are there nationality restrictions?

No. Anyone can apply for skilled migration to Australia providing you hold a valid national passport for your country.

Who is considered a dependent?

This may include the spouse/ partner of the applicant, any dependent children (under 18 years of age) or some other dependent relative.
You may include other relatives in your application if they are wholly or substantially dependant on you for financial support for their basic needs of food, shelter and clothing and they have been reliant on you for that support for a substantial period or if they have a mental or physically disability which means they are reliant on you as a result of that both physically and financially. They must also be more reliant on you than on any other person or source.

How much does schooling cost in Australia?

This really depend on which part of Australia. Generally Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales are more expensive than other states. In Australia, public schooling is free and private schooling is fee paying.

Canada Skilled Visa FAQ

What is the National Occupational Classification?

The Canadian National Occupational Classification is a list issued by the Canadian government which details all the various occupations, their classification codes, their respective skill levels. From this list qualifying occupations each year are determined for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.

Will I have to take a medical exam?

Yes, all immigration applicants must take a medical examination. This is in order to protect the health of the Canadian people and to prevent a burden on the Canadian medical system from an existing illness.

How long are medical examinations valid for?

Medical examinations are valid for 1 year from the date of the examination.

What happens if I fail in medical test due to any disease or disorder?

In Every cases judged individually and full medical history will be considered for Visas. But if your any disease or disorder will is serious and it will put the other Canadian peoples at risk or cause an any excessive burden on healthcare or social services, then it is likely that you will not be able to receive a Canada visa.

Will I be interviewed by a Citizenship and Immigration Canada Officer?

This is hard to say. Not everyone is interviewed. The interviews are used to assess the truthfulness of information and documents provided and might be used to answer any questions or confirm any outstanding points the assessing caseworker may have.