Hoa manages family, partner and corporate migration cases and specialises in advising on complex matters, such as visa refusals and cancellations on character grounds, PIC 4020/4007 requirements, health waivers and merits reviews to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
More About Hoa
Hoa enjoys the process of helping families and partners understand their visa options so they can make a more informed decision about their pathways to migrate to Australia. She is also well equipped to assist with any complexities that may arise throughout the visa process. Hoa is motivated by a strong customer focus and the satisfaction that comes with navigating complex matters on behalf of her clients.
Accreditation and Professional Registration
Hoa is registered with the Office of Migration Agents Registration Authority as a migration agent and practices under a strict Code of Conduct, which governs the migration industry in Australia (MARN: 1793871). Hoa has always had an appreciation for business ethics and is committed to acting in the best interest of her clients.
Education and Qualifications
Hoa holds a Bachelor of Law from Hanoi Law University (2002) and a Master of Law from University of Western Australia (2013). She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice from Victoria University (2016) and a Graduate Certificate in Legal Practice from Murdoch University (2020).
Given Hoa’s legal background, she has extensive knowledge of Australia’s migration legislative requirements and is able to assist with complex cases such as visa appeals, cancellations and refusals. Hoa expects to be admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2022.
Areas of Expertise
“As a migrant myself, I have a real appreciation of life in Australia and I’m really happy to be in a position where I can help others on their own journey to travel, work and live here. It’s a wonderful feeling to be able to help reunite families – especially those with cases that may seem particularly difficult and complex from the outset. Seeing a person’s dreams come true from having their visa approved makes it all worth it.”
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