After graduating from Australian Institutes, you can apply for TR VISA to stay and work longer in the country.
Here is the "Must-have" list of documents that are compulsory for lodging 458 TR VISA.
Clients must have a valid passport when they lodging their 485 VISA.
However, as a general rule, we recommend that your passport should valid for at least 6 months.
Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC) is health insurance for international visitors wishing to travel or work in Australia.
After graduated, your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) might be expired sooner or later.
At Nexor, we can arrange health insurance through our partners that are a requirement for most visas while in Australia. Ranging from student visas, visitor tourist visas to work visas.
A course completion letter is an official University letter that states that a student has completed the necessary requirements of their program.
For some Universities, this letter is only available to students who require proof of completion of their studies prior to their scheduled graduation.
Contact your University's HQ for more information about the letter of completion.
A police certificate is an official document issued as a result of a background check by the police or government agency of a country to enumerate any criminal records that the applicant may have.
Criminal records may include arrest, conviction, and possibly criminal proceedings.
Read more about the police check from our previously post: AFP Police check is required for Immigration Visas.
There are many widely-accepted English proficiency tests such as TOFEL, IELTS, and PTE.
- TOEFL (as The Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a test which measures people's English language skills to see if they are good enough to take a course at university or graduate school in English-speaking countries.
- IELTS stands for “International English Language Testing System.” This test assesses the English ability of non-native English speakers.
- PTE Academic English Language Test (PTE, as known as the Pearson test) is a computer-based test, which aims to measure your English language proficiency level across the four core skills. Those skills are Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. In contrast to IELTS test, mostly, the PTE tests two skills at the same time. For example, your score will be marked as listening and reading or reading and speaking together in one question.
More info about English tests; https://