About us: Licensed immigration adviser for NZ and Australia

Applying for any kind of visa can be nerve-wracking – whether it’s for a temporary visa or life-changing permanent residency.

VisaAide’s goal is to help take that uncertainty away from you, and provide you with a service that’s honest, efficient, well informed and cost-effective.

Who we work with…

As well as helping individuals with applications for New Zealand visas and Australian visas, VisaAide specialises in helping employers with their visa needs.

Common scenarios are NZ employers recruiting staff from overseas, who need help with work visas or permanent residency. Or NZ employers whose staff have overseas passports, and need visas to attend meetings or work secondments in Australia. Read more about visa services for employers.

… and how we can work with you

You can choose to work with us in a way that suits you. Our End-to-End service is ideal if you want us to take care of everything from start to finish.

Or if you just want us to help with specific tasks, then you can pick and choose from our Modular services. You can read more about our Services here.

About Cameron Gray, Director of VisaAide

Director Cameron Gray is highly experienced in visa applications: he spent over a decade as a Visa Officer for the Australian Consulate General in New Zealand.

Cameron is a licensed immigration adviser for New Zealand and has completed Graduate Certificate level 7 in Immigration Advice. This is the highest possible industry standard for NZ immigration advisers.

He is also a registered Australian Migration Agent.

When he’s not working, Cameron enjoys writing music as well as playing football. He lives on a lifestyle block north of Auckland with his wife, 2 children,9 chickens, 6 cats, 9 sheep and dogs Max and Leah.

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Cameron Gray

Director, VisaAide – New Zealand and Australian Immigration Adviser

IAA Licence Number: 201301155 MARN 1791819

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About Sadhana Imran, Licensed (Provisional) NZ Immigration Adviser

Sadhana Imran holds a Provisional Licence as an Immigration Adviser. She holds a Bachelor Degree majoring in English Language and Literature and Sociology together with a minor in Education from the University of the South Pacific. After graduating from USP, she joined Immigration New Zealand in the Suva Branch and was there for over 8 years. She resigned as Senior Immigration Officer in 2015 and she and her husband moved to New Zealand for the next beautiful chapter in their lives.

Sadhana is passionate about helping people achieve their dreams in their immigration plans. She prides in being a part of her client’s immigration journey.

Away from work, Sadhana likes to spend as much time as possible with her husband be it relaxing, cooking up some Indo-Fijian dishes at home, or exploring the forestry walkways of NZ.

Sadhana also likes to sing and listen to Hindi gospel songs. Sadhana loves animals and always looks forward to visiting Fiji for her holidays to spend time with her family and her five nieces and nephews on her brother’s farm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sadhana Imran

New Zealand  Immigration Adviser

IAA (Provisional) Licence Number: 201700390

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About Sue Ellis, Australian Immigration Consultant

Sue is vastly experienced with Australian Immigration requirements, having worked as a Senior Immigration Officer at the Australian Consulate in New Zealand for over 15 years.

Sue has a wide knowledge base over a large cross-section of Australian visas, including students visas, subclass 461, migration and visitors visas.

When Sue isn’t working she is passionate about playing pool (8-ball) and campervans.  She enjoys working on jobs around the lifestyle block where she lives with her partner and dog.

About Lesley Burke, Office Manager

Lesley is original from the UK. Having been through the immigration process herself she has real empathy with our clients. Having had many years experience in administration, Lesley is responsible for keeping our client CRM system up to date, accounts and other general office duties. In her spare time Lesley enjoys cooking, Pilates and walking her 2 dogs on our beautiful beaches.

 

What’s the next step?

The next step is for you to arrange a phone or Skype consultation with one of our licensed immigration advisers.

During that time, our visa experts will ask you questions to assess your situation, and if you choose to engage us, the various service options will be discussed with you.

Just think: You could soon have a far better idea of where you stand with your visa application.

We looking forward to hearing from you.