• Temporary Work visa (subclass 457)
  • Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
  • Regional Sponsorship Migration Scheme (subclass 187)


  • Partner Visa (Subclass 820 and 801)
  • Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300)
  • Parent Visa (Subclass 143/173)
  • Child Visa (Subclass 101)


  • Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188)
  • Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888)
  • Business Talent visa (subclass 132)

General Skill

  • Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)
  • Skilled Nominated visa (Subclass 190)

Other Visas

  • Student Visa
  • Student Guardian Visa
  • Resident Return Visa (Subclass 155/157)
  • Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 417/462)
  • Refugee and Humanitarian visas

Welcome to Multi Immigration Services

Multi Immigration Service is a professional migration advisory agency, with our migration advisors registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority of Australia and also the registered member with Migration Institute of Australia (MIA).

Multi Immigration Service provides migration visa services for both new applicants as well as appeals for rejected applicants, across a range of visas available for living, working, studying and investing in Australia.

New Application

Contact Us

Office Hours : Mon – Fri 9:30am – 5:30pm

Address : Level 23, 52 Martin Place, Sydney 2000 Australia

Contact Number : 02 9220 5104 (English) | 02 9220 5105 (Chinese)

Email : info@multimmi.com.au

Rejection Appeals


Merits Review – Tribunal Appeals

The Migration Review Division has the power to review decisions on almost all non-refugee kinds of visas, as long as the application was made in Australia, or if made overseas there is an Australian sponsor.


Judicial Review

It appealed for a jurisdictional error in the visa application, with a lodgement to the Courts. Such appeals are costly, therefore professional advice is highly recommended.


Ministerial Intervention

The Minister currently exercises this power around 500 times a year, mostly in cases involving Australian citizens whose lives would be adversely affected if the visa to the applicant were not granted.