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Australia Vs. USA Immigration

Indians are one of the third largest migrant populations in Australia, whereas the United States is the second most popular destination for Indians living abroad, after the UAE.

If you are planning to start your life in a new country in search for a better quality of life, higher pay and better job opportunities, this blog is for you. Read along to all about the difference and comparisons pertaining to immigrating to Australia vs the United States..

Key Differences Between Australia PR & US Green Card 

There is a significant surge in the number of people migrating to Australia and the US over the past decade. The warm climate in both countries, highly-advanced economy and growing diversity among the residents has made these countries one of the most sought-after destinations to permanently reside in. 

Let’s take a look at the key differences between Australia and USA immigration for permanent residence in the table below.


Australia PR Visa

US Green Card

Visa type

Permanent visa

US Green Card

Visa Validity

PR visa is for lifetime. You can settle indefinitely in Australia if you hold a Permanent Resident status in the country.

The Green Card validity lasts for 10 years. Expiration dates differ for individuals who are conditional permanent residents. 

Possibilities of getting the visa

High, especially if you have good score in English language tests

It can take up to 10 years to get a Green card, but first you must have employer sponsorship to get a H1b visa

Visa Processing Time

Getting a PR is faster, and takes only 6 to 10 months if you meet the requirements and have a good PR score

Green Card processing time: 7 to 33 months

Employment Based Green Cards: 1 to 6 years

Family Preference Green Cards: 1 to 10 years

Profiles In-demand

IT, Engineering, Healthcare sectors and others

Law, Community & Social Service, Scientists, Athletes, Entertainers, Engineers, Healthcare support & others

Total visas granted annually

Target of over 400,000 immigrants

Limited to 1,40,000 per year


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Immigration Pathways to Australia and the United States


Australia Permanent Residence Visa

The Australia PR visa is a point-based immigration program that requires you to meet certain conditions. It is given to Australia's non-citizens who are willing to work and settle permanently in Australia. 

The difference between a permanent resident and an Australian citizen is that the latter has the right of entry into the country, and also holds the right to vote.

Australia Immigrant Intake for 2019-20



Employer Sponsored


Skilled Independent


Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional


Skilled Work Regional


State/Territory Nominated


Business Innovation and Investment


Global Talent


Distinguished Talent



USA Permanent Resident Card

A Green Card, officially known as a Permanent Resident Card, allows you to stay and work permanently in the USA for 10 years. 

The H1-B visa is a temporary visa that lets you work and live in the country for a maximum of six years after which you can apply for a Green Card if needed, or apply for an extension of another 3 years. It is a popular choice among Indian skilled immigrants. 

Below are two popular immigrant visa types:

  1. Family-based visa: For those with a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent visa holder
  2. Employment-based work visa: Requires a job offer from a U.S. employer

You can apply for U.S. citizenship after having stayed in the country for five years as a Green card holder. Spouses of Green Card holders can apply for US citizenship after three years of stay.

Comparing the Australia PR & the US Green Card


Australia PR Visa

US Green Card

Sponsorship requirements

Required to meet the Skill Requirement and get sponsorship

The H1B visa is an employee-based visa for people working in profit based organizations

You will require an employee sponsorship 

Popular PR Pathways

Work-Based PR, and Family-Based Permanent Residency

H1-B visa to Green Card, Immediate family of Green Card holders and for people with “Extraordinary Talent”

What does it allow you to do?

Allows you to get a Permanent Resident Status in Australia

The H1B visa allows you to arrive and temporarily work in the US for 3 years 

You can then extend the H1B visa for another 3 years, or you can convert it to a Green Card status

Permanent Residence Process and time

You must meet a minimum score of 65 in the Points Grid, and your job must be listed in Australia’s Occupation List

If you have a good EOI ranking, you will receive an Invitation to Apply by the government and then receive your PR visa

You can have a Green Card after 6 years of living in the US with the H1B visa 

The process is to be initiated by your employer. Follow it up to extend your H1B further

Leaving the country for a year and then reapplying for a H1-B visa is another option

Lottery system

No lottery system, but if your job is listed in the Occupation Ceilings list 

It means that there is a critical shortage of workers in Australia in your field, and you have a higher chance of receiving an Invitation to apply for an Australian PR from the Australian government

There is a lottery system that randomly selects H1-B applications

The US government conducts a lottery on the number of H1-B applications received and stops the intakes once they have reached their annual target

Your application may be selected depending on your good luck

You have 3 chances at testing your luck with the lottery system in 3 years

How long until you get a PR?

Waiting time for Australia PR is 8 - 12 months

Green card can take 15 to 20 years, with multiple H1B extensions 

(Each extension comes with the risk of rejection)

Eligibility Requirements Comparison  

Eligibility for Australia PR Visa

Green Card Eligibility

  • Have your occupation on the Skilled Occupations list
  • Meet Education & Work Experience requirements
  • English Language Proficiency
  • Either be sponsored or nominated by an employer, the government, or family 
  • Have an outstanding professor or researcher, or
  • Are a multinational manager or executive who meets certain criteria
  • Are a second preference immigrant worker, 
  • Or are a third preference immigrant worker
  • You have cleared the medical exams and background check


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What are the documentation requirements for both visas?

Documents for Australia PR Application

  • Valid passport
  • Application form
  • Report of Educational Credential Assessment
  • Birth certificate
  • Character certificate
  • Proof of nomination (if any)
  • IELTS or PTE exam results
  • 2 passport size photographs
  • Spouse Skill documents (if required)

Documents for US H1B Visa Application 

  • Valid original passport
  • All old passports
  • Recent photograph as per specification
  • US Visa Application Form DS-160 confirmation page stamped at the Visa Application Center (VAC)
  • Visa application fee payment receipt
  • Visa interview appointment letter
  • Original Notice of Action-I-797

Application Processes of Australian PR & US Immigration

Application Process for Australia Immigration

Step 1: Eligibility Check

You must check your eligibility criteria. 

Step 2: Skill Assessment

Assess your educational background and work experience. 

Step 3: Expression of Interest (EOI) 

Place your interest through Skill Select. This stage determines your eligibility score. 

Step 4: Submit Visa Application

After receiving an ITA, you need to submit the visa application to the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Step 5: Add Dependents while applying for the visa

If your dependents are joining you, you have to add their details while applying for the valid visa.

Step 6: Police Verification and Medical Test

You should apply for police verification and medical tests after ITA.

Step 7: Visa Approval

After submitting the visa documents, DIBP will review them. IF everything is satisfactory, you will receive your PR visa within 3 to 5 months.

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Application Steps for the US Immigrant Visa

Here are the steps involved with the Green Card application :

Step 1: File a Petition with USCIS

Eligible candidates will file for I-485 with Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. 

Step 2: Case Preparation by the National Visa Center

USCIS will transfer your case to the National Visa Center (NVC) for pre-processing. You will be sent a Welcome Letter after this is completed.

Step 3: Visa Interview Scheduling 

The immigrant visa application processing fee should be paid prior to your interview. Most interview appointments are set within three months on receipt of all required documents.

Step 4: Medical Exam

Medical exams are conducted by a doctor authorized by USCIS. Alongside physical examination, chest x-rays, and blood test for syphilis, your medical history will also be reviewed.

Step 5: Attend the visa Interview

This interview is meant to verify the validity of your documents and eligibility claims for Adjustment of Status. 

Step 6: Green Card Visa Approval

At the end of your interview you will be informed of the outcome. You will be told how and when your passport and the visa will be issued. 

You can also use the USCIS Check Status website page to know if your Green Card application is approved. 

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Application Costs Involved 


United States  

The new fee structure, unveiled by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is expected to take effect October 2, 2020. 

  • Cost of online naturalization applications is increasing from $640 to $1,160 
  • There will also be a $50 fee for asylum seekers

Visa Processing Time: Australia Vs USA


Australian PR Processing Time

As per DIBP, the average waiting time for Australia PR is around 8 months-12 months. Visa processing time largely depends on the visa category you have chosen for PR. 

Processing Time for the United States

According to USCIS, an application for permanent residence (Form I-485) will take anywhere from 7 months to 33 months to process. The time range can vary depending on the office location, basis for the filing, and other factors.

Benefits Of Permanent Residence: Australia | USA

Australia PR Benefits

US Green Card Benefits

Australia PR is valid for 5 years

The initial validity of a Green Card is 10 years

You can work, study, and live anywhere in Australia

You can work and live anywhere, but switching jobs has a stringent process

You can travel within and outside of Australia without any restrictions

It confirms your official immigration status in the United States

PR visa holders hold similar rights to Australian citizenship except for the voting right and applying for Australian government jobs

The Green Card, similar to PR, allows you to work and live in the USA permanently with extension every 10 years

You can sponsor a spouse, partner, family members, and dependent children to Australia

You can sponsor your Spouse and Unmarried children under 21 to the USA

You can access healthcare and social security benefits

No access to healthcare. You will have to pay for all medical expenses

Children of PR holders, born in Australia, will be a citizen by birth

Citizenship for the children

Free or subsidised education

Lesser subsidies, but access world-class educational institutions

Well-paid job opportunities

Better pay structures and better job opportunities

Family-friendly environment ideal for children

Lesser stability but you enjoy a high standards of living

One of the least polluted countries in the world

Being the prime economical hub of the world, USA has cultural diversity


Also read: Top 6 Australian PR Benefits

Limitations Of Permanent Residence: Australia | USA

Limitations of Australia PR

Limitations of US Green Card

Required to stay in a specific region for 3 years at least to apply for permanent residency

There is an annual limit to the number of H1B visas to be issued

Satisfy the minimum annual income requirement to apply for permanent residency

Finding an employer to sponsor for H1B visa can be difficult

Challenging to get a job that suits your expertise

High qualifications and skills required for a job

Point-based immigration can become a hurdle in some cases

Can only stay for a maximum period of 6 years with the H1B visa


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Working with an Australian PR Visa Vs the USA H1-B Visa 


Australia PR Visa

US H-1B Visa


Flexible and easy to follow immigration laws

The changing immigration policies in the US feeble stability

Freedom to Switch Jobs

You can work wherever you like in Australia

Switch jobs and work for any Australian company willing to sponsor

Australia PR gives you equal opportunities like a citizen

It is very risky for H1B holders to switch their jobs due to visa restrictions. H1B however gives you the freedom of shifting from one employer to another

Your new employer has to apply for your H1B visa when you switch jobs. And you will have to reapply for green card by porting the old green card application date with the new date

You will have to go through the the entire processes once again

Job Opportunities

Rewarding employment opportunities

Job opportunities are more in the US. But it depends on the skill in demand

Business Opportunities

The Australian Business Visa Program is an encouraging pathway with several subclasses.

Visa restrictions applicable to people starting their own business are less

Immigration Policies & Latest Updates for 2024

Australia Immigration Policies

  • Australia's COVID recovery plan introduced a Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) targeting occupations in the health care, construction, and IT sectors.
  • Employer-sponsored applicants in the PMSOL occupations will be given priority processing for both nomination and visa applications in the following visa types:
    • Subclass 482 - Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa
    • Subclass 494 - Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa
    • Subclass 186 - Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa
    • Subclass 187 - Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS)
    • See occupations listed in PMSOL

United States Immigration Policies

  • The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) allows the United States to grant 675,000 permanent immigration visas every year across various categories of visas.
  • Sweeping changes to the US federal immigration policies brought by the Trump administration has been turned down by the courts.
  • Almost two-thirds of the legal immigration to the US is on the basis of family ties. The rest is divided between employment-based and humanitarian immigration.
  • Although the US is very welcoming, it keeps revising its immigration policies. The primary reason to do so is to control immigration to the USA.
  • Both COVID-19 and the Trump administration had restricted the US immigration policies in 2020. But it is likely to bounce back under the advent of Joe Bieden as president.
  • Forward movement for employment based categories for India and China.
  • USCIS will continue to honor dates for filing till 31 December 2020.

Most Sought-After Jobs In Australia & USA



Nurses and medical staffs

Application Software Developer

IT and Software Programmer

Registered Nurse

Construction and Trades

Medical Services Manager

Management Professional

Data Scientist


Business Development Manager

Automotive Engineer

Medical Technologist

Construction Engineer

Construction Labourer


Home Health Aide


Finance Manager


Average Work Hours


If you look at Australia, the standard work hours for an employee under a federally regulated sector are 40 hours a week. Australians work more or less, 41 hours a week.

United States

As per the data revealed by the Bureau of Labour Statistics, American employees worked for approximately 34.4 hours per week in 2019.

Annual Leaves


The Australian full-time workers are entitled to get 4 weeks of paid annual leave every year.

United States

In the USA, an average American full-time employee can get a 10-days paid vacation per year. 

Taxation in Both the Countries



Taxable Income (USD)

Tax Rate

Taxable Income (USD)

Tax Rate

0 – 18,200


0 – 9,275


18,201 – 37,000


9,276 – 37,650


37,001 – 80,000

$3574 + 32.5%

37,651 – 91,150


80,001 – 180,000

$20,797 + 37%

91,151 – 190,150


Over 180,000

$54,097 + 45%

190,151 – 413,350



413,351 – 415,050



Over 415,051




Australia has a progressive tax scale system. The rate of tax increases with the income. Foreign nationals who come to Australia are treated as citizens for tax purposes.

United States 

The US tax system is a bit complicated. It is set up on both the federal and state level. And taxation comes in many forms as income, sales, capital gains, and others.

International Student Scholarships

Take a look at the following table to know about the scholarships for Indian students :

USA Scholarships

Australian Scholarships

Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation scholarships

University of Queensland Postgraduate Coursework Scholarships

Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowships for Indian students

University of Adelaide Ashok Khurana Scholarship for Indian Students

Asian Women in Business Scholarship Fund

Australian Leadership Awards (ALA)

S.N. Bose Scholars Student Exchange Program for Indian Students

University of Queensland India-Australia BEL Excellence Scholarship

Fulbright-Nehru Research Fellowships

Endeavour Leadership Program

East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship

Australian Government Research & Training Program (AGRTP) 

Asian Cultural Council Individual Grants

John Allwright Fellowship (JAF)

Tata Scholarships at Cornell

Master of Architecture Scholarship - Bond University

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowships Program

Starter Support Scholarship - Covid Bursary - Curtin University

Yale University Fox International Fellowships

International Scholarship - Deakin University



Scholarships for Indian students in Australia are based on merit. And students have to demonstrate eligibility to apply. However, there is no qualifying exam criterion for availing scholarships. 

The government of Australia has made a range of scholarships available to candidates from the Asia Pacific region under the Australian Scholarships Program.

United States 

Full scholarships in the US are rare. Whatever is available is competitive. The odds of getting a scholarship in the US are 1 in 8 for Indian students. Only 1.5% of degree program students got enough scholarship in 2015-16 to cover 100% cost of attendance. 

International students should plan well in advance to apply for scholarships offered by American universities depending on course and criteria. Factors like extracurricular activities and volunteering can also be considered.

Cost of Living in Australia Vs the United States




Average Monthly Disposable Salary



Basic Utilities



Rent per Month - 3 Bedroom



Cinema Ticket






Local Purchasing Power





Cost of living in Australia on average is 15.71 percent higher than the United States. It varies according to the city or the region you live in. Sydney is the most expensive place to live in the entire country. 

United States 

Cost of living in the United States fairs better when compared to Australia. Living cost differences between states is a factor that largely results from relatively high housing prices.

Job Opportunities: Australia Vs the United States


Driven by high rates of immigration, the Australian economy alongside population, has been continually growing. Almost 200,000 new jobs are created each year. Indian IT professionals constitute the largest group within the Subclass 457 migrants. 

United States 

The United States offers an array of job opportunities for Indians. The skills shortage across various sectors like healthcare, computers and information technology are in high demand. It is also an ideal pathway to come to the US as a student and then go for the H1B temporary work visa.  

Job Security in Australia Vs the United States


Comparatively, workers in Australia have a high rate of job security. Job retention averages almost 89% across the country. But the evolving economy and the fast-paced business environment is more challenging than ever before.

United States 

There is no job security in the United States. Chances of losing your job in the US is almost 6.3 percent. Minimal government intervention in the US has created an at-will employment system. Outsourcing has added woes to the US job market as well.

Healthcare in Australia Vs the United States




Health Care Index



Global Rank

9th position

27th position


Free or Low-Cost - Delivered by government through Medicare

Expensive and Not-Free - Have to pay all costs - Private

Public Health Infrastructure

Highly Developed - Public and Private

Federal Structure - Limited Progress

Annual Budget

$185 billion

$3.8 trillion

Life Expectancy

82.50 years

78.93 years



Although Australia has highly developed healthcare facilities, they are not evenly distributed. It is delivered by both private and government and is covered by Medicare.

United States 

Healthcare facilities in the United States are largely owned and operated by the private sector. While 58% of the hospitals are nonprofit organizations, 21% are government-owned and 21% are for-profit.

General Comparisons Between Australia and the United States

Average Life Satisfaction

Australia Ranks 14th


USA Ranks 13th

Average Life Satisfaction

Australia Ranks 14th


USA Ranks 13th

Unemployment Rate




Unemployment Rate




Cost of living

AUD 2,835 per month for a single person.


USD 1000 per month for a single person.

Cost of living

AUD 2,835 per month for a single person.


USD 1000 per month for a single person.

Average Work Hours

40 hours a week


34.4 hours per week

Average Work Hours

40 hours a week


34.4 hours per week

Best Cities

Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne


Dallas, Denver, Charlotte, Boston, Salt Lake City, and Portland

Best Cities

Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne


Dallas, Denver, Charlotte, Boston, Salt Lake City, and Portland

PR Options

Skilled Immigration options like Subclass 189, Subclass 190 and Subclass 491.


Green Card and H1B Visa.

PR Options

Skilled Immigration options like Subclass 189, Subclass 190 and Subclass 491.


Green Card and H1B Visa.

Other Important FAQs

Which is the fastest PR visa in Australia?

The most recent addition to Australia’s immigration system - the Global Talent Independent program is the fastest way of getting permanent residency in Australia. The processing time for Global Talent Visa varies from two days to two months.

What is an Australian Working Holiday Visa?

There are two types of visas in the Working Holiday Maker program: The Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 417) and the Work & Holiday Visa (Subclass 462). 

Both visas allow you to work and stay in Australia. You are also allowed to seek full-time, part-time, casual and shift work for a period of 12 months.

What are the types of student visas issued in the United States?

There are 3 types of students visas issued by the United States:

  • The F-1 visa for full-time students
  • The J-1 for work and study-based visitor exchange programs
  • The M-1 visa to study on a full-time vocational course

Can temporary migrants become an Australian passport holder?

Yes, you can apply for an Australian passport if you meet the following criteria:

  • If you have held a temporary or permanent visa allowing you to stay in Australia for at least 4 years
  • You have not travelled outside Australia for more than 3 months in the last 1 year before filing the application

What is the easiest way to get a USA Green Card?

  • Family-Sponsored Preference Categories
  • Employment-Based Preference Categories
  • Diversity Visa Immigration Lottery Program

Is it difficult to get a permanent card in the USA?

The United States, Switzerland, Japan, Germany, and Austria are the five countries where it is difficult for foreigners to obtain permanent residency or citizenship. The US Green Card especially is not easy since the law is complicated. It is sensible to consult an immigration expert for guidance.

Will my parents get permanent residency in Australia?

Yes. The Parent Visa enables Australian PR visa holders and citizens to sponsor parents for permanent residency in Australia. However, this migration program is capped and queued and might take a very long processing time.

Can I work in the USA as a permanent resident of Australia?

Yes. Australians can now apply for E3 visas to live and work in the USA. It is a dedicated visa that is much easier and less expensive than the H1B work visa. About 10,500 E3 visas are reserved in the USA for Australians. The E3 visa is valid for 2 years. 

What can I do when my Australian PR visa expires?

You can freely travel abroad and return to Australia as often as you like on a PR visa within the first five years. But it will not be possible for you to get back into Australia after the travel component of the visa expires. You can apply for a Resident Return Visa if you like to re-enter the country.

Does Australia permit dual citizenship?

Yes. Australia allows citizenship of two or more countries. However, this should be legal to all parties involved. Citizens of other countries can settle in Australia and gain Australian citizenship to gain triple nationality.

Which country is less expensive to live in? Australia or the USA?

Australia has the 12th highest cost of living in the world today. The USA is far behind at the 21st place. The overall cost of living in Australia is almost 9% higher than the USA. Sydney is the most expensive city to live in Australia.

What are the different immigration pathways for the US and Australia?

  • Immigration pathways for Australia

Australian Migration Programs


Skilled Migration

Types under the Australian Skilled Migration Programs

  • General Skilled Migration
  • Employer Nomination
  • Business Skills Migration
  • Distinguished Talent

Family Stream

Immediate family of Australian Citizens & PRs

  • Partner Visas
  • Dependent Child Visas
  • Parent Visas
  • Relative & Carer Visas

Regional Initiatives

Attracts skilled migrants to regional and rural areas to cater to demands of the local labour market

Temporary Migration

Popular Temporary migration programs to Australia is fast becoming the first step towards permanent settlement in the country

  • Immigration pathways for the US

US Immigration Categories


Family-Based Immigration

It allows US citizens and LPRs to bring in certain family members to the United States

Employment-Based Immigration

There are various ways through which immigrants with valuable skills can come into US on temporary or permanent status like H1B, L1 and L2 visas

Per-Country Ceilings

The INA places a limit on how many immigrants can come into the US from any one country

Refugees & Asylees

For people fleeing persecution or are unable to return to their homeland due to extraordinary circumstances

Diversity Visa Program

It is a lottery system designed by the US immigration act dedicated for immigrants from countries with low rates of immigration to the US.

Other Forms of Humanitarian Relief

The three subcategories under this are:

  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Deferred Enforced Departure (DED)
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

United States Citizenship

Individuals are required to have LPR status or a green card for at least five years to become a citizen of the United States



Both Australia and the United States are perfect places to settle if you are looking forward to immigration. 


As a developed country Australia has a good reputation for welcoming immigrants. It has a strong economy and is an ideal destination with many well paid jobs. With a modern lifestyle and high standards of living, Australia is one of the best places in the world to live in.

United States

Being the strongest economy in the world, the United States is the number one destination for people wanting a better life for themselves. It has the best of the world to offer in terms of education, technology, entertainment, nightlife and more. 

Comparing US H1B Visa with Australia PR


US H1B Visa

Australia PR

Job Opportunities

Many Options

Rewarding Opportunities

Average Working Hours

34.4 hours per week

41 hours a week

Job Security



Annual Leave

10-days paid vacation per year

4 weeks per year

Average Salary

$40,000 per year

$84,968 per year

Average Tax



Cost of Living

$1,100 - $1,300 Per Month

$2,365 Per Month


No Free Treatments

Medicare Coverage

Cost of Education (Graduation)

$20,000 - $45,000 Per Year

$20,000 - $42,000 Per Year

Scope for Citizenship

Hold a Green Card for 3 Years

After 4 Years of Australian PR


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How Can Kansas Help?

Kansas Overseas Careers specializes in Permanent Residency Visas, Work Visas, Study Visas, Temporary visas, and Dependent Visas to Australia, Canada, UK, USA, Germany, and Hong Kong. 

Apart from these services, Kansas offers its clients personalized services such as:

  • Profile Evaluation: Professional guidance based on an in-depth assessment of the client profile to determine chances of visa success. 
  • Documents & Review: Detailed, error-free documentation based on the visa type drafted to meet specific formats.
  • Dedicated Case Officer: A dedicated consultant to assist clients throughout the process.
  • Visa Filing: Kansas ensures that the visa applications meet all the standard requirements of concerned immigration authorities and governing bodies.
  • Test Preparations: Complimentary online courses are offered to help aspirants improve their Language Proficiency for important exams like IELTS, French, TOEFL, and PTE.
  • Visa & Interview: Guidance is provided for aspirants attending visa interviews along with verified documents.  
  • Post-Landing Service: Kansas helps clients settle down in the new country with a comfortable stay after they have received their visas.

Additional services offered to job-seekers: 

  • Resume Writing: Dedicated team of resume experts to craft the best resumes that meet prerequisites of immigration authorities and potential employers. This greatly improves their chances of selection.
  • Profile Marketing: Kansas is well-known for creating the best-in-class portfolios that boost applicant profiles in job-portals. And yes, this is a complimentary service!

Additional services For students looking for a study visa:

  • Admission Guidance: Comparisons between the best programs, colleges, and countries to study in, including arranged mentorship from existing students.
  • Writing Services: Admission Essays, Student CV, Statement of purpose (SOP), Letter of recommendations (LOR), and other important services offered by a dedicated team. 
  • Scholarships & Financial Aid: Offer help to find the best Scholarships programs, Education loans, Study abroad loans, and also offer help in sourcing paid-Internships.

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