Immigration has recently been, for better or for worse, doing a major renovation of their website. Many links are no longer/temporarily available, including the page which publishes the average fees migration agents charge for their professional services by visa subclass. Original link here: https://www.mara.gov.au/using-an-agent/working-with-your-agent/agent-fees/
As you try to plan your migration journey or find the most suitable migration agent for yourself, knowing how much to budget is no doubt important. Not longer having access to this information all of a sudden could be a major inconvenience.
Luckily, we always strive to offer the most competitive prices, hence we have a copy of the last published 1 July 2016 - 30 June 2017 data.
[31 July 2020 update: Now updated to include 2020 data]
Please see table below for the average migration agent fee for common visa types:
^ Unfortunately, OMARA stopped collecting average migration agent fee data since April 2017. To substitute, we have scoured the internet for publicly available migration agent fees. This data has been compiled from 11 different migration agencies with the 10% outliers removed.
Here at Skylark Migration, our fees are up to 75% more affordable than what some other migration agents are charging.
This is not because our quality is lower, in fact, we have had 100% success rate across many of our visa categories including: 485, Partner, Child, 189, 190, 186, 187 and the list goes on! We are trusted by people from over 64 nationalities and counting. Please feel free to take a look at what our clients are saying.
We charge a competitive rate because the Skylark Migration team believes in helping more people share in the opportunities and privileged lifestyle Australia has offered us. We are fiercely against charging exorbitant fees. As proof of our commitment, we have published all our fees online. See here.
We look forward to helping you with your migration journey too!
As for the fee schedule above, don't just take our word for it! Here are screen shots other agencies have taken of the original table.
[31 June 2020 update: We've also included the full table of publicly available agent fee data with company names redacted]