[Expert Tip] Just Finished Exams? There's 1 Thing You Must Do Today

For mid-year graduates, student visas usually expire just 1 month after the official graduation date. If you have just finished your exams, that means (while you're lazing around in bed watching your favourite shows or relaxing on your road trip) it's time for you to start thinking about your visa.

Don't leave it to the last minute and end up stuck with an expired visa and no options. We don't want to stress you out either, so we'll make it simple, here's just ONE THING you must do TODAY. Go on, your future-you will thank you for it!

Jump onto border.gov.au and start researching the 485 Temporary Graduate visa today. This visa will allow you to stay in the country for another 18 months - 4 years, giving you enough time to work out how you'll get your PR/reach your migration goals. This option is only valid for 6 months (from your graduation date).

If you would rather go back to your road trip and not think about this (after all you've just used up all your brain juices and deserve a break), book in a FREE consultation and let us take care of everything for you, start to finish.

You could receive your 485 visa in just a few weeks. We even got one of our clients' 485 visa granted in just 6 days!

If you have any questions or concerns about your situation, why worry all by yourself? Let us help you! Just give us a call today.

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