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The Australian Visa Bureau works with foreign exchange specialists Halo Financial, providing you with solutions for all your foreign exchange needs.
Fluctuating exchange rates can make a tremendous difference to the price you pay for currency when moving abroad. Halo Financial provides an efficient and cost effective way for you to transfer currency overseas.
Operating as a direct alternative to a migrant's bank or building society, Halo Financial can save you time and money when buying or selling foreign currency.
When migrating to Australia, you will need to exchange your money into Australian Dollars. This will involve a currency transaction which will expose you to currency risk. As a result, it's essential to choose the right time to buy Australian Dollars, because without choosing the ideal exchange rate, you will arrive in Australia with less of your money than you could have done.
As Halo Financial's FX Consultants will explain ways to remove currency risk, they can help you take advantage of any positive exchange rate movements, allowing you to execute your transactions at the best available exchange rates when you are ready to transact.
The consultants will provide you with all this information in jargon-free plain English; to speak to one today, contact them through the number established exclusively for Visa Bureau clients on 0845 437 9811.
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