Travel Agent

How we work with travel agents

If you’re a travel agent looking for fast and reliable travel visa processing for your clients, we have 25 years of experience and can provide you with exactly what you need, every time. We have a long history of working with travel agents, managing tight timeframes and ensuring visas and travel documents are processed as quickly and efficiently as possible. We can assist you and your clients with all documentation required for international travel including visas, Russian vouchers and last-minute needs. We also offer our registered travel agent partners a range of special deals and discounts, so get in touch today to talk about how a CLS partnership can benefit you.

Why partner with CLS

Registering to become a CLS partner travel agent is free.

You’ll receive exclusive discount codes, deals and offers for your clients, as well as access to the guaranteed best visa application price in the market.

Simply fill out our registration form to becom part of our growing network of travel agents.

One step ahead

We’ll make sure you’re kept up-to-date with visa information for all destinations, at no cost.

You’ll also have a direct line to our team to double-check requirements or enquire about any of our services.

To keep you one step ahead, we’re always forward thinking and constantly updating our processes and services to ensure we’re delivering exactly what you need – fast, cost-effective, accurate and timely visa services.

The CLS difference

For 25 years, CLS has been providing quality, secure and efficient professional services. Our team will work closely with you, streamlining processes and communications, whatever your Document Legalisation needs. We’re ideally located in Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory, close to Australian government agencies and over 80 foreign embassies and high commissions. CLS provides our clients with:

  • Industry-leading services
  • The fastest turnaround
  • Competitive pricing
  • Simple processes
  • Knowledge of legalisation processes