Nam is our Practice Manager and Executive Migration Agent at Migration Solutions. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of our business and the quality assurance of our migration application processes. His extensive knowledge and experience means that he can quickly assess our client’s needs and identify the appropriate Migration Agent to deliver the right advice and successful outcome.
Nam holds a wealth of knowledge in several areas across migration and visa applications. He is mostly involved in 482 Temporary Business visa applications, Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) applications and General Skilled Migration. In addition, as a migrant himself, Nam has a comprehensive understanding of the migration process and its significant challenges. He can discern what clients are seeking, in terms of professional guidance and assistance, and assist in matters with proficiency and sensitivity. This real experience helps Nam relate to clients on a very personal level, and to deliver professional advice, tailored to their individual circumstances.
In 2007, Migration Solutions merged with DGA Consultants and Nam took on a senior leadership role in our business. Having consulted as a Migration Agent since 2006, provided the platform of knowledge and experience needed to lead our consulting team.
Nam completed his bachelor’s degree as an international student in Adelaide. He then moved to Victoria to complete the Immigration Law course at Victoria University and was successfully registered as a Migration Agent that same year, in 2006. He then returned to Adelaide and has since built significant experience in the industry.
- Employer Sponsored Migration (482,RSMS,ENS)
- General Skilled Migration
- Family Migration
- Student visas
Qualifications and Associations:
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Immigration Law
- Over 10 years experience as a Registered Migration Agent.
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