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Stirling Henry. Global reach…Personal focus
Australian Corporate Migration

Stirling Henry provides the full range of corporate immigration services. Including;

  • Standard Business Sponsorship application
  • Temporary 457 skilled visa applications
  • Permanent Resident Visa via the Employer Nominated Scheme
  • Other temporary work and specialist visas
  • Research and Training Visas
Global Migration

Migration requirements vary widely around the globe. Stirling Henry works with a global network of trusted immigration professionals to provide companies and individuals with advice and assistance to ensure they have the correct global visa and work permit requirements.

Other Visas and Australian Citizenship

The Stirling Henry team is highly experienced in assisting individuals and families to determine their best immigration pathway, including providing advice on

  • Visitor and Tourist visas
  • Student and post-study work visas
  • Resident Return visas
  • Australian Citizenship
Independent & Family Migration

Australia provides a wide range of visas for skilled independents and family members of Australian citizens and permanent residents. Our team will determine the best immigration pathway for you and/or your family which could encompass the following;

  • General skilled (independent) migration
  • Partner and Child visas
  • Other Family migration visas
Business Skills & Investor Visas

The Business Skills and Significant Investor Visas provide qualified business people and investors (plus their families) with the opportunity to live and work in Australia.

For more information please contact Simon DeVere +61 2 9233 1805

Merits Review

If the Department of Immigration has; cancelled your visa, or refused your application for a visa, then you may be eligible to seek a review of their decision via appeal.

Stirling Henry is a specialist migration firm that for 25 years has been helping companies and individuals navigate the complex and ever changing Australian immigration laws.
─ Jack Hoysted, CEO