Migration Agent Fees

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Here is an overview of Migration Agent fees recently paid by members who have already hired a migration agent for their Australian visa application.
All fees you see are based on real contracts with an Agent or Lawyer.
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Permanent Residency


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Skilled visas in Australia:

189 visa and 190 visa

Expression of Interest

Skills Assessment

State Sponsorship

Temporary Graduate visa


Employer sponsored visas in Australia:

186 visa and 187 visa

482 visa and TSS visa

Business Sponsorship


Family or partner visas in Australia:

Partner visa

Child visa

Parent visa


Permanent residency in Australia for New Zealand citizens:

Skilled Independent 189 (New Zealand) Stream


Visitior and Working Holiday:

Visitor and Working Holiday

Student visa


Australian Citizenship:

Australian Citizenship


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More about Permanent Residency in Australia


A Permanent Resident (PR) of Australia can live, work and conduct business without restriction in Australia. Permanent Residents have most of the rights and entitlements of an Australian citizen.

Permanent Residency status usually provides eligibility to access Medicare (the Australian National Health Scheme) and other Social Security benefits.

Permanent Residents are also eligible to sponsor family members or parents for a permanent visa.

The most common pathways to achieve permanent residency status and fixed migration agent fees are listed on this page.


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Migration Agent Fees: an overview of fees paid by community members who have already hired a migration agent.
Updated: 2020-08-25
By: Migration Agent and Immigration Lawyer Association