Genuine Temporary Entrant Letter Writing Service

Genuine Temporary Entrant Letter Writing Service

Too busy? Not sure how to do it? Try our Genuine Temporary Entrant Letter Writing Service for your student visa application.

We can assist by writing a comprehensive letter for you. 

The Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirement is a test applied to student visa applications.

The test is used to assess student visa applications onshore and offshore.

The test is more strict for people from high risk countries or for people who have already held a student or other visa.

The risk of fail is high for applications with no supporting GTE Letter.

The risk of fail is also high for applications with inadequate GTE letter.

How it works?

  • Simply purchase the service by clicking the buy now button below.
  • We will be in touch with you very soon afterwards to collect information.
  • We will then produce a draft for you to review.
  • Rewrite will occur in consultation with you.
  • Final draft will be provided to you.

Who will provide it?

A dedicated MARA registered migration professional will produce your GTE letter.

Benefits of this Service

  • You will have access to multiple rewrites.
  • You will have a highly experienced migration professional working on your case.
  • You will have access to FREE ADVICE on your student visa application.*
  • We will customise your GTE Letter to your circumstances.


* NOTE: You must purchase the service before accessing advice for your application.


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About the Author:

Paul Sadler is a prominent Sydney based migration law expert. Paul possesses wide ranging experience across a number of visa categories with specialisation in employer sponsored, business skills and complex migration. Paul is highly accomplished in such complex migration cases as waiver requests, responses to notice of intention to consider cancellation, visa cancellation revocation requests, application for release from immigration detention and PIC 4020 appeals, both at Departmental level and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Paul is also fluent in Mandarin and Indonesian. MARN 1382089.
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