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Robert Walker-Stambuk

Robert Walker-Stambuk is a lawyer of the NSW Supreme Court, the High Court and a registered Migration Agent (MARN: 1463534).

Robert graduated with distinction in a Bachelor of Taxation at the University of New South Wales, and later also graduated with distinction in a Juris Doctor (Law Degree) from the University of Technology.

Robert has handled a wide variety of visa applications and related appeals in his practice as an immigration lawyer and migration agent. He has acted for clients on relatively straightforward applications to extremely complex matters.


With this visa you can :

  • participate in an eligible course of study in Australia

  • travel in and out of Australia

  • work up to 40 hours every 2-week period once your course starts

Additional information :​

  • If you hold or held a student visa and completed specific qualifications in Australia in the last six months, you might be eligible for a Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485).

  • If you are a recent engineering graduate of a recognized institution you might be eligible for the Skilled Recognition Graduate visa (subclass 476).

  • If you want to stay longer for other reasons, you must apply for a new visa that suits your circumstances. 

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Graduate Work stream

This visa is for international students who have recently graduated with skills and qualifications that are relevant to specific occupations in Australia needs. It lets you live, study and work in Australia temporarily.​

  • You can work in Australia

  • Have a qualification relevant to an occupation on the skilled occupation list

  • You can bring your family with you


Usually up to 18 months

Post-Study Work stream

This visa is for international students who have recently graduated with a degree from an Australian institution. It lets you live, work and study in Australia, temporarily.


Usually between 2 and 4 years, depending on your qualification.

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With this visa you can:​

  • visit family or friends

  • be here as a tourist, for a cruise or for any purpose except business or medical treatment​

You can study or train for up to 3 months in total on this visa. But if your main reason for travelling to Australia is study, a student visa might be more appropriate.

Additional information:​

You must:​

  • intend to come to Australia to visit only

  • have enough money for your stay in Australia

  • not work in Australia


Up to 12 months

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This program is point-based to attract only skilled personnel to overcome competency shortage in any field in Australia. This program doesn’t require sponsorship from an Australian employer, and, you have to search job by your own in particular occupation, based on skills, upon your arrival in Australia. This program allows you to accompany with your immediate family members subject to completion of all formalities, meeting eligibility criteria, and, above all, approval from DHA.

Skilled Independent Subclass 189

Permanent visa option, the skilled independent does not require sponsorship by a relative or state/territory government


Skilled Nominated Subclass 190

A permanent visa requiring nomination by an Australian State or Territory government

Skilled Regional Provisional Subclass 489

This is a 4-year provisional visa which allows holders to live only in certain areas of Australia. You would need to be sponsored by an Australian relative living in a designated area, or by a state or territory government.

Skilled Regional Subclass 887

The Skilled Regional visa is the permanent stage of the Skilled Regional Provisional visa. To qualify for a Skilled Regional visa, you must live in the required region of Australia for 2 years and work full time there for 12 months.

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Any migration-related information displayed on our website or publications is for general information purposes only. We are committed to sourcing genuine temporary entrants in accordance with Ministerial direction 69. For further migration-related information, please visit the Department of Home Affairs website or contact our affiliated migration agents or lawyers for their paid services.

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