Do you want to apply for Australian citizenship?
At McFarlane Migration Services, we love helping people become Australian citizens.
However, if you want to become an Australian citizen, you need to meet several criteria first.
There are three ways to become an Australian citizen.
If you were born in Australia and one or both of your parents was an Australian citizen or permanent resident at the time, you’re automatically an Australian citizen.
The second way to become an Australian citizen is by descent. If you were born overseas but one or both of your parents are Australian citizens, you’re most likely eligible for citizenship.
The third way to become an Australian citizen is by grant. To qualify to apply for citizenship by grant, you must be an Australian permanent resident, and meet several different criteria. If you’re under 60 years of age, you also need to score 75% or more on the 20 question Australian citizenship test.
Your Brisbane migration agent will explain the citizenship process to you in detail and answer any questions you may have. They’ll also help you determine whether you’re eligible. If you’re not eligible to apply for citizenship, your agent will advise you on what you need to do to qualify.
If you are eligible, they’ll assist you by preparing and submitting your application, and helping you arrange any tests or other paperwork you need.
Want to ensure you’re eligible for Australian citizenship and receive personalised assistance with your application?
Contact McFarlane Migration today via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about Australian citizenship applications is accurate as of 25 July 2016. For the latest information about any recent updates or changes, please contact McFarlane Migration today.