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About Anzscosearch

Our Story

In 2013 the Anzscosearch site started in a small studio in Dublin, Ireland. Co-Founder Raul Gonzalez saw a need to connect intending migrants to all State and Territory Occupation Lists more efficiently. After creating the first searching tool based on only two skilled lists, “Anzscosearch” was born. Today, thousands of people trust Anzscosearch to connect them to up-to-date information on Skilled Occupation Lists and General Skilled Migration visas. We have now grown to be an Australian based Migration Consultancy.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide accurate, transparent and reliable information in relation to the Australia’s Migration Program. Anzscosearch is run by passionate people who genuinely care about truthful and clear advice.

Who we are

noemi gonzalez

Noemi Gonzalez

Co-Founder & Registered Migration Agent MARN 1911128 (MMIA 21471)

Noemi holds a Graduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law & Practice and is the principal director of Anzscosearch. She has passed the stand-alone Migration Agents Capstone Assessment offered by the College of Law and now, delivers preparation seminars to future Migration Agents on how to pass their exam →

She is currently undertaking a Law Degree in Australia. Noemi’s area of focus is on Immigration and International Human Rights Law.

Originally from Barcelona (Spain), Noemi earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in Quality Management Systems. Noemi’s career is extensive, having worked in the UK and Ireland before finally relocating to Australia.

Noemi is also a casual volunteer with the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS), a community legal centre specialising in refugee and immigration law in Brisbane.

Need immigration advice? contact me

raul gonzalez

Raul Gonzalez


Software Engineer. Updating lists efficiently since 2014 😉

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, particularly the Turrbal and Jagera peoples on whose land we live and work, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. Learn more.