Frequently Asked Questions

VisaConnex is an overseas education and migration service provider. Our services include: career guidance, college and university admission, scholarship search, Visa documentation, test preparation and migration services. Please contact us to find out more about our services.

We are committed to making the process of studying or migrating overseas exciting and hassle-free by making our clients happy and looking forward to their new life in their chosen country through our overseas education and migration services.

Yes, if you need any assistance regarding airport pick up and/or accommodation, please let us know in advance, and we will be able to arrange it for you. For any service provided, there will be separate fees. Please contact us to find out more about these fees.

Most of the popular study destinations allow international students to work part-time while studying. Australia allows international students to work 40 hours fortnightly. International students in the USA are generally not allowed to work outside of campus. Please contact us to find out more about your destination choice.

Yes, most colleges and universities require you to show that you have the required English proficiency to study your chosen course. Some study destinations may also have IELTS as the requirement of a Visa. However, there may be some exemption for English Tests. Please contact us to find out more about English Language tests required for your destination choice.

Most colleges and universities require you to show that you have the required English proficiency to study your chosen course. Some study destinations may also have IELTS as the requirement of a Visa. However, there may be some exemption for English Tests. Please contact us to find out more about whether you need IELTS/PTE or another English language test for your destination choice.

Depending on your study destination and your situation, you may be able to apply to change a course. In Australia, you must complete at least the first six months of study of your first course. In Canada, you can change the institutions or courses. However, you must notify the change to the Immigration Department. Please contact us to learn more.

Every destination has different application requirements for a Post Study Work (PSW) Visa. The UK has officially opened its Post Study Work Visa from 1 July 2021. Any international student who has completed an eligible course on Tier 4 Visa can now apply for a PSW Visa. There may be other requirements, so please contact us to learn more about a PSW Visa of your destination choice.

In Australia, you can get a Post Study Work (PSW) Visa for 18 months to four years, depending on the course you complete in Australia. To be eligible to apply for a PSW Visa, you should have completed an eligible course in Australia and meet the age and IELTS requirements. Please contact us to learn more.

In Canada, a Post Study Work (PSW) Visa is called a post-graduation work permit (PGWP). You have up to 180 days to apply for a PGWP, so you need to ensure that you don't let your status expire while you wait for your final grades. To be eligible for PGWP, you must complete a program from a designated learning institute that was at least eight months long, and that led to a degree, diploma or certificate. There may be more additional requirements than the one mentioned here. Please contact one of our consultants to learn more.

Australia maintains and updates a list of occupation that is crucial to Australia's economy. Students looking for a Permanent Residency (PR) pathway should aim to study courses that leads to occupations on this list. Some of the courses that have long-term prospects are Computer and Information Technology, Nursing and Medical courses, Engineering, Automotive, Cookery, and Building and Construction. Please contact us to learn more.

Australia, Canada, and the UK have a point-based Permanent Residency (PR) application system, which gives clear guidelines on how to gain the required points for PR. All of these countries put a strong emphasis on work experience in your related occupation. The good thing is that all these countries allow international students to work for 2 to 4 years after their studies to gain work experience. Finding a job related to your occupation will help you earn the maximum points for PR. Please contact us to learn more.

There may be other options if you don't qualify for Permanent Residency (PR) after your studies. Please contact us to learn more.

Depending on the Visa conditions on your Tourist Visa, you may be able to change from a Tourist to a Student Visa. Please contact us to learn more.

In Australia, you are able to work if you have a Student Dependent Visa. If you are a dependent of an undergraduate student, you can work 40 hours per fortnight. Postgraduate student dependents can work full time. Please contact us to learn more.

In Canada, an international student's spouse or common-law partner may be eligible for a work permit if their partner is a full-time student at an authorised post-secondary institution and has a valid study permit. Please contact us to learn more.

Any dependent who are over 16 years are allowed to work full time in the UK. Please contact us to learn more.

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