We are an Australian Registered Migration Agent based in Hong Kong. We offer professional services to help you achieve your Australia migration goals. Working with you to understand your requirements, we can work out your most suitable Australia migration path. Australia migration has many visa options, but you can find information on some of these on our web site. We can assist you with visas in Work, Study, Business and Investor, and Partner, and more.
Our registered migration agent achieved his registration since 2015. He also has a law degree with Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the UK. Being registered as a migration agent ensures we have the knowledge, skill set, and experience in working with the complicated Australian Migration Laws.
Being a registered education agent in Australia (Qualified Education Agent Counsellor Q327), we also offer advice on Australia courses and education providers. We are able to advise and help you with enrollment applications for many Australian schools, including the Group of Eight Australian universities.
No matter at which stage you are with your migration path, we can help. Start with our free initial assessment.
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Check out our latest updates
- Australia Migration Program 2020-21
- Travel Exemption Approvals during COVID19
- State Nomination for 188 & 132 visa re-open for Victoria
- Subclass 188 visa holders added to the inbound travel exemption
- Announcement of new Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL)
- SkillSelect Invitation Rounds – 11 August 2020
How do I choose a suitable Australia Migration visa?
Are you looking for a business visa?
If you are a business owner currently, and you intend to operate a business in Australia after your visa grant, you can consider:
But, if you have no plans to operate a business, and have AUD1.5million to invest into Australian bonds, you can consider:
If you do not own a business, but have some investments totaling at least AUD1.5million, and you will also invest AUD1.5million into Australian bonds, you can also consider:
Both 188A and 188B require you to live in Australia for a substantial period to qualify for a permanent visa. What if you currently have a substantial business operation and you cannot spend the that time in Australia? If you can spend at least 40 days a year, and you have AUD5million to invest into specified Australian investment products, you can consider:
Are you looking for a skilled visa?
If you can score really high points in the Express Of Interest calculation (say 85 points or above), and you do not want to be tied to a specific State or Territory in Australia, you should consider:
If you do not have a really high score, and you do not mind requesting for State nomination and live in a specific State or Territory in Australia, you can consider:
If your scores are quite low, and require additional 15 points to make the minimum 65 points, and you do not mind living and in regional Australia, you can consider: