Visa Assist Australia is a visa and citizenship consultancy service which provides professional advice and services in all areas of Australian permanent and temporary visas and citizenship matters.
Your decision to migrate to Australia is both important and significant. A skilled Registered Migration Agent provides you with an objective insight into which Australian visa is the most likely to be approved.
We take the time to understand your visa requirements and will give you a clear assessment of your chances of success from the very beginning. We can provide the patience, understanding and commitment necessary to give you personalised assistance for your visa and citizenship needs.
We will handle the paperwork and correspond with the Department of Home Affairs on your behalf. We will ensure that you are informed of all communications that relate to your application.
Whilst we in no way guarantee the success of any visa application, Department of Home Affairs statistics (as at 11 December 2016) indicate that over 90% of all visa applications lodged by us have been granted. In addition, 100% of all Partner visa applications which we have prepared have been granted.
Our Migration Agents are registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority and meet ongoing professional development requirements. In addition to meeting the required education and other requirements to be registered in Australia, we must continue to adhere to the Migration Agents Code of Conduct.
Principal, Migration Agent
Sandra Willis (Registered Migration Agent No. 1065436) is the principal migration consultant of Visa Assist Australia. Sandra holds a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law & Practice from the Australian National University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts from Southern Cross University. Sandra has experience in Partner visas and other Family visa options having successfully advised and represented numerous clients over her many years of practice.
Nathan Willis (Registered Migration Agent No. 1467692) is a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and a Solicitor and Barrister of the High Court of Australia. Nathan completed the Juris Doctor (Law) degree at the University of Southern Queensland and was awarded the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Nathan further completed a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Australian National University. He has been published in numerous academic journals and holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree. He has extensive experience in Child, Orphan Relative, Humanitarian, Protection, Skilled Migration and Employer Sponsored visas. In addition, he has represented numerous clients successfully before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and with Ministerial Intervention and other complex matters.
Maree Dunne is a Justice of the Peace who has worked cross culturally for some years and holds a qualification in Business Administration. She assists Nathan with visas including humanitarian visas to ensure that the information provided to the department is clear and precise.
Isaac recently completed a Bachelor of Laws & Justice at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Isaac graduated with First Class Honours in Law and with Distinction in Justice. Isaac is currently enrolled in the Practical Legal Training (PLT) course at the College of Law and is on track to be admitted in March 2024. Isaac previously worked as a Paralegal for the Community Legal Centre LawRight and volunteered at the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS) for over a year. Isaac assists Nathan with complex matters including cases before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and requests for Ministerial Intervention (MI).
Reuben is a current law student at Southern Cross University (SCU) who is on track to graduate in 2024. Reuben is a current Justice of the Peace (JP) in NSW. Reuben assists Sandra with Partner, Parent, Visitor visa and Australian Citizenship matters. He also assists Nathan with complex matters including Child and Orphan Relative visa matters.