Bonnie is one of Interstaff’s Senior Registered Migration Agents, with over 15 years experience in managing migration requirements for businesses, skilled professionals, students, partners and families. She is one of our most dynamic migration agents and is knowledgeable and experienced in all visa types.
More About Bonnie
Bonnie has a keen interest in migration law and political governance and is recognised for her skills in business strategy and complex legal immigration matters. With her depth of knowledge and experience, she regularly assists people with complex and challenging cases such as visa refusals, cancellations and appeals, matters for the Migration Tribunal and Ministerial Intervention requests.
Accreditation and Professional Registration
Bonnie is registered with the Office of Migration Agents Registration Authority as a practising migration agent and practices under a strict Code of Conduct, which governs the migration industry in Australia. MARN: 0531273.
As a Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) member, Bonnie also practices according to the MIA Code of Ethics, Practice and Conduct, which is designed to maintain the highest standards of professionalism across the migration industry.
Bonnie is a contributing author on the Migration Institute of Australia’s professional development paper on Labour Agreements.
She has been a guest lecturer to the Graduate Certificate in Australian Immigration Law and Practice at Murdoch University, and in 2013 sat on the Small Enterprise Network (SEN) Advisory Board at Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCIWA).
Education and Qualifications
Bonnie holds an Immigration Law qualification from Victoria University Law School.
Bonnie maintains her knowledge of migration law changes through ongoing CPD programs with the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA).
Areas of Expertise
“My most rewarding experiences have been when I’ve assisted small businesses with a migration strategy that has helped grow their business. A number of businesses seek our assistance after finding it challenging to locally source candidates with the specialised skills for their work requirements. I enjoy putting forward their cases to the Department, and seeing our migration strategy become a critical part of the business, enabling them to maximise output, secure additional contracts and expand their market.”
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