Saikumar Iyer is a founder of Australia NZ Migration Centre. He is a senior Registered Migration Agent and has years of experience in this profession both as Australian Registered Migration Agent and Licensed Immigration Adviser of New Zealand. Saikumar’s submission writing skills in support of visa applications and Tribunal cases are incredible and continues to be the major factor behind the success of our applications.
Saikumar holds a Graduate Certificate in Migration Law and Practice and a Bachelor of Business (Maritime and logistics management) and has previously completed certain Australian Customs related subjects with the Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia.
Saikumar is also conversant with international laws relating shipping and trade, disputes related to international cargo movements and arbitrations. He has travelled worldwide extensively and is familiar with different cultures and traditions of people of various nations. He is confident and undeterred when taking up matters concerning the rights of migration clients. He has made many submissions to the Department of Home Affairs and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal which have brought favourable results to the migration clients under complex circumstances.
Mona is a senior Registered Migration Agent at Australia NZ Migration Centre with years of experience in this profession. She is also a Licensed Immigration Adviser of New Zealand and is currently a supervisor for a provisional Immigration Adviser.
Mona holds a Graduate Certificate in Migration Law and Practice from the Australian National University. She also holds a Bachelor of Business (Maritime and logistics Management) from the University of Tasmania and has successfully completed specific accounting subjects from CPA Australia. She has recently completed her Graduate Certificate in Trade Marks Law and Practice from the University of Technology in Sydney. She is currently completing her Law Degree at the Edith Cowan University.
Mona advocates for changes in Migration Regulations in areas where the implementation of such regulations could potentially lead to unfair or unreasonable outcomes.