A Permanent Residency Visa allows immigrants worldwide to enter and settle permanently in the country and give them the full right to enjoy privileges without being its citizen. If you are already working, you can apply for a residence permit based on work.
A post-study work visa permits international students to stay in the country after completing their studies. If you intend to remain in the country after competing for study, you will need to secure new status to follow on from your student visa to stay lawfully.
Parent visa grants the parents of a child or children living overseas as residents (permanent/temporary) who now would like to move and be with their children. When you apply for a parent visa, you must be sponsored by your child, who must be a citizen or permanent resident of that country.
Visitor visa, called a tourist visa, is a nonimmigrant visa for persons who want to enter the country for business, tourism, or a combination of both. This visa is issued by those people who wish to enter the country with the intent of visiting friends or relatives and experiencing the country and its culture.
A partner visa grants the partner or mate a lawful resident (permanent/temporary) the right to enter and reside in a country. In the case of Australia, the dependent of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen have the right to live in Australia.
A student visa is a government-issued visa that allows students to complete their studies in an overseas country. Student visas are categorised into F1, J1, or M1 visas. A student with F1 and J1 visas is allowed to study and work, whereas students with M1 visas are only allowed to study.