Visa Services

Anzscosearch only partners with Registered Migration Agents.

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VisAssist Principal and Director, Tina Masumi Edwards, is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 0955139) and has over 20 years Australian immigration industry experience. Prior to establishing her own practice, Tina worked in the Immigration Section at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, and at the time managed the General Skilled Migration program in that office. On return to Australia, Tina worked for the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) and Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) in a number of capacities spanning a 10-­year period, including as Executive Officer.

Tina is in a unique position to assist intending migrants as she draws from her extensive Australian immigration knowledge and experience in primary decision-making, as well as her in-depth understanding of merits review.

Amongst other qualifications, Tina holds a Masters in Migration Law and Practice and a Post‐Graduate Certificate in Ethics & Legal Studies. She is also a member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MMIA number 5727).

Languages spoken: English and Japanese 

Anzscosearch Co-founder, Noemi Gonzalez Salas, is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1911128) and helped create Anzscosearch in 2013.

Noemi holds a Graduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law & Practice and succeeded in passing the stand-alone Migration Agents Capstone Assessment offered by the Australian College of Law. Noemi also holds a Masters in Integrated Management Systems and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with over 12 years’ experience in Quality Management Systems.

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

Noemi’s approach to working with clients is professional, honest and ethical with a real interest in supporting intending applicants to achieve their migration goal.

Languages spoken: English and Spanish

Services

Engaging a Registered Migration Agent can be a worthwhile investment because Australian migration law is complex and the law, policy and procedures changes frequently, sometimes at short notice.

While it is certainly possible to apply for an Australian visa without any assistance, it can be an expensive and complex process with the potential for many areas to go wrong.

A range of services on the full complement of Australian visas is offered, and, costs are fair and reasonable.

Contact

Whether you have a specific question that you would like researched and answered; need advice on the best pathway; or would like immigration advice and assistance to prepare and apply to migrate to Australia or apply for a temporary visa for Australia, the best place to start, is get in contact directly with us via the Contact Form.

Please note that professional fees are payable if you are seeking immigration advice and/or assistance in relation to your individual situation. Due to the time involved in assessing documentation and checking all aspects carefully, work of that nature is not undertaken for free.




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Under Australian law, a person who wishes to operate as a Migration Agent must be registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) which is responsible for administering the Code of Conduct.
The Code of Conduct is intended to regulate the conduct of Registered Migration Agents. All Agents must adhere to the Code.
The Migration Agents Registration Board also publishes a Consumer Guide.
Consumers should note that unregistered agents operating in or outside Australia are not regulated and cannot be reported or prosecuted for doing the wrong thing. As a consumer you will have no enforceable rights against unregistered agents.