Migration Solutions is a full-service migration consultancy firm. We provide strategic, operational and tactical guidance to local and international corporates and businesses, government, industry, associations and individuals, seeking to gain immigration advice.

Founded in 2001, we are the largest and most comprehensive migration advice and consultancy company in South Australia, with a national and international client base. Although we are the largest, professional immigration consultancy firm in Adelaide, we are approachable. We take the time to understand your situation and proactively plan the best pathway to achieve your Australian dream.

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Our expertise

Workforce planning and immigration strategy to close skills gaps in current workforces and to support sustaining and growing your future workforce through international recruitment, visas, relocation, settlement and immigration governance programs.

Supporting individual applicants to successfully apply for a range of family, student, skilled, talent and sports visas. For those applicants who have previously applied for a visa unsuccessfully or been unfairly treated, we provide services and support to give them every chance of success at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal or the Minister.

Proactively advising and advocating for changes to the South Australian and Australian immigration programs to close skills gaps, foster skills sharing and enable business and industry to thrive, and, importantly, support the rights of migrants in Australia.

During COVID-19, we have been advocating for the rights of temporary and provisional visa holders, including petitioning for changes to JobKeeper and JobSeeker programs, writing to the Minister and educating visa holders about restrictions, support and modifications to visa programs and conditions. This has included practical help by raising tens of thousands of dollars to provide food vouchers to migrant individuals and families, who have lost their livelihoods during restrictions. Visit our COVID-19 page for further information.

Why choose us?

Our Credentials

Migration Solutions, has grown to become the largest migration advisory company in South Australia, providing guidance, advice, information or support services to over 35,000 people.

In 2019, Migration Solutions was appointed to the South Australian Landing Pad, Defence and Space Landing Pad panels, and is now a preferred and trusted migration consultancy to businesses, corporates, startups and entrepreneurs in South Australia.

Migration Solutions is commonly sought for media commentary and an advocate for migration reform, appearing before state and federal committees to give evidence and making submissions to enquiries. With expert status, Migration Solutions is frequently invited to present at conferences and speak at industry and regional events, to advise businesses of their options in filling skills shortages and recommending pathways through the Australian immigration program.

Migration Solutions was a finalist of the SA ‘Fast Movers’ Awards, in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Our top three tips in choosing a Migration Agent

If you want to stay, live or work in Australia, then make sure to take time to choose the right Migration Agent to help you to achieve your Australian dream.

Here are our top tips:

It’s easy to check if a Migration Agent has much experience – just check their Migration Agent Registration Number (MARN). The first two digits indicate the year in which the agent became qualified to start practicing immigration consultancy, so this provides you with some insight into their experience. For example, if their MARN is 0100185, then they qualified in 2001. That’s a lot of experience! If they qualified in 2018, then they have only been practising as a registered immigration agent for two years.

Take a look at the Department of Home Affairs website and you’ll see that there are a lot of visa options. When we were writing this web page, there were 16 different types of visitor visas to choose from, 44 work visa options, 37 partner or family visa options… and the list goes on and the legislation is regularly updated. When choosing your Migration Agent, you’ll want to know what visas do they specialise in, how many successful applications have they had this year and when did they last submit a similar application? You’ll want to know that they are up-to-date with the latest legislative changes. By answering these questions, you’ll soon know if they have the right experience to help you achieve a successful visa outcome.

There’s a lot of administration and follow up behind your visa application and you’ll want to ensure your application is progressing and everything is being done to ensure a successful outcome. When we submit a visa application, we don’t rest on our laurels because things change. We keep an eye on approvals and trends. We monitor further requests for information from the Department of Home Affairs, because these requests often mean a change in philosophy in application assessment and we want to ensure every application we have supported will address this changing landscape.

Warning

Please be aware that information provided on the Department of Home Affairs website isn’t guaranteed to be current or even accurate due to the frequency with which immigration policy is altered and updated. Sole reliance on this information when lodging an application is fraught with danger, as the Department does not take any responsibility for misinformation that results in an application being refused. Excerpt from the Department of Home Affairs website Conditions of use:

General Conditions
By using this website you accept the following conditions:

  • The Commonwealth of Australia accepts no responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of any of the information contained on or accessed through this website and makes no representations about its suitability for any particular purpose.
  • The information on this website is only intended as a basic guide to relevant laws, and does not address the complexities of particular circumstances.
  • You should seek independent advice about your individual circumstances.

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