Migrate to Australia

Working out how to apply for your visa and immigration application to migrate to Australia can be stressful!…

If you are confused about the Australian visa application process, you aren’t alone. The Australian visa system is famous for its ever-increasing complexity of rules and regulations on how to migrate to Australia. How the visa rules apply to you is a matter of immigration law and government policy, it’s not personal although sometimes it feels like it is.

It’s confusing I know…the reality is that while the internet now makes it possible to research anything you want to know about the Australian visa and immigration system, it can also be a case of information overload. This is a common report I hear back from my clients when I first meet them. They can’t figure out how the visa requirements they are reading about on the internet apply to them.

There is light at the end of the tunnel. Get some expert help to clear up questions, the confusion you have about which Australian visa options will fit your particular circumstances

How I can help you migrate to Australia…

  • If you aren’t exactly ready to apply, no problem, get in touch anyway to confirm what visa you are eligible to apply for and how you can start preparing your paperwork. Preparation is the key to success!
  • Already know what visa you want to apply for? …… Great! I can clearly advise you on what supporting evidence you need to ensure your application is successful and you get approved for that visa.
  • Want to become a client of mine? …… Excellent! I can walk you through from the start to completion of the application stages as there can be quite a few. We can then dive into the work of getting your Australian visa application prepared, lodged and approved!
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Australian Visa Expert

My name is Mege Dalton and I am an Australian visa expert.

I am a qualified Australian lawyer. I have a Bachelor of laws degree from the University of PNG, a Postgraduate diploma in legal practice from the Queensland University of Technology, and a Masters in business from the University College of Cork. I gained my legal admission as an Australian lawyer in 2004.

I have spent over 15 years helping my clients in Ireland, UK, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and North America relocate to Australia by guiding them through the complex Australia visa and immigration application process.

The visa system also changes regularly which can make the task of getting current information even more difficult. Working together is a collaboration. I take the lead as the guide but a lot of the time my clients have a good sense of what they need to achieve it’s just helpful to have the expert support.

I’m passionate about helping my clients…

Over the years I’ve met so many people from all walks of life, here in Ireland and across the world. It’s one of the joys of the work I do as an Australian visa expert.

Connecting with my clients, I realize the very human story each person has that is wrapped up in their individual pursuit of obtaining an Australian visa and immigration status. Each of them entrusts me with so much information about who they are and why they want to live in Australia. Their hopes and dreams of life “Downunder”.

I’m always amazed by the resilience and courage of my clients to change their lives in such a big way by moving to another country, either temporarily or for many permanently starting another life. It truly is inspiring.

Whatever your question or inquiry, everything starts with an initial email which may lead to an in-depth conversation about what your Australian visa options are.  Get in contact and we can start chatting about your own particular situation.

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