Phone: (02) 9008 1306
Registered Migration Agent No: 0104178.
What you do?
Liana is probably Australia’s best known migration agent. Liana is the founder of Migration Alliance, Director of Legal Training Australia and Managing Director of Visacorp. Liana is also a representative member of the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) Client Reference Group. Her main passion is serving the needs of the migration agent community and providing migrants with information that can truly assist them as they seek to create a new life in Australia.
Bachelors degree qualified and recent author of The Professional Migration Agent: Best practices for Registered Migration Agents 2014, Liana recently completed international high-level leadership training ‘Women and Power: Leadership in a new world’ at Harvard University’s JFK School of Government and Politics, USA, 2014. Liana also enjoys blogging fresh immigration news on the MA website and watching heated ‘Lib-Lab’ political debates.
Liana previously worked overseas in the UK as a Business Development Manager where she gained experience in international immigration law. She now works in Australia in the immigration field which covers prospective migrants across the globe. Liaising with both national and international stakeholders on a regular basis, Liana avidly uses social media to keep in touch at the international level with colleagues, business partners and clients.
Who you help
Liana’s migration agency Visacorp Pty Ltd provides specialised assistance to clients seeking a range of visas including: partner visas; general skilled migration (GSM) visas; unlawful non-citizens (UNCs); Temporary Business Long Stay visas (457s); Employer Sponsored Migration (ENS); Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS); 3 year ban waivers (4014s); condition waivers such as 8503 no further stay; child visas; orphan relative visas; women at risk visas; and protection visas. Visacorp Pty Ltd also provides strategic advice, immigration problem solving, representation at the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) and referrals to expert solicitors for court work.