Consultation & Initial Assessment
This service consists of an initial assessment of your current circumstances to understand your immigration objectives and the nature of the assistance you are seeking. During the initial consultation, we can provide possible visa options, determine general eligibility, help you find a migration strategy and identify potential issues to be overcome.
Following the consultation, you will receive a written report containing comprehensive, frank and accurate immigration advice.
The most comprehensive service that we offer and involves preparing, lodging and managing your application from start to finish.
We take complete control of your case, providing guidance and assistance during the entire process, communicating with the Department or relevant Authority on your behalf and handling any post-lodgement issues or requests for further information.
This service can also help you if your visa to enter or stay in Australia has been refused or cancelled and you would like to appeal against the decision.
Skilled Migration Guide
A comprehensive and accurate Guide providing general information about the process and the steps to apply for General Skilled Migration visas (subclass 189, 190, 491).
The most comprehensive and informative Report based on your selected skilled occupation. Find out if your occupation is on demand and which states and territories are offering nomination.
All the essential information you need to assess your visa options independently.
Whether you need advice on the best pathway; or would like immigration assistance to prepare and apply for a visa for Australia, the best place to start, is get in contact directly with us via our contact form:
We are Registered Migration Agents
Anzscosearch Co-founder Noemi Gonzalez Salas, is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1911128) and a member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MMIA number 21471).
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 14 years’ experience in Quality Management Systems.
Noemi is also a volunteer with the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS), 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