Liz combines her professional expertise and analytical accounting and consulting skills with immigration law to solve problems and achieve positive outcomes for her clients.
Liz is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) with 11 years of Australian Government experience in financial, management and system roles. Having exposure to 10 Federal Government Departments has allowed Liz to understand various systems and processes at all levels.
Liz has a superior working knowledge of Financial Management Information Systems (SAP, Oracle, TM1, MYOB, Xero) as well as Migration Management software LEAP. She undertakes and understands highly complex transactions involving assets, property, foreign currencies, finance leases and contractual issues. She utilises her business consulting skills to assist with complex Immigration cases.
Liz was awarded an Individual Australia Day Achievement Award in 2012 by the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (Department of the Environment) for exemplary professionalism and exceptional customer service through the provision of financial accounting to the Department’s Operational Support Units.
Her notable strengths in stakeholder management and solid customer service skills, underpinned by her financial management focus, ensures business improvement and uptake of efficiency measures within her team. Her strong work ethic and depth of experience coupled with her problem-solving skills allow Liz to deliver consistent outcomes for her clients.
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Vilatda (also known as Vila) moved to Australia at the end of 2009 on a student visa from Laos studying a Diploma of Accounting at the ZBA Zenith Business Academic. She enjoyed studying and continued with a Graduate Diploma of Accounting at the Victoria University in 2013 and finally a Master of Professional Accounting at the University of Technology Sydney in 2015. Vila has been a Qualified Education Agent Counsellor (QEAC No. O414) since April 2019.
Vila married her husband in 2013 and moved to Canberra from Sydney in 2016 when her husband was offered a job in Canberra. Vila is passionate about helping people with migration as she understands life as an international student and often spoke to many migration agents during her 6 years of study in Australia that didn’t have the care factor. Vila believes she can provide support and help people change their lives as moving to Australia after living in Laos has transformed her life in all facets.
Vila is fluent in English, Lao, Thai and Vietnamese which makes her a valuable linguistics asset to the company. Vila has been a value-added team member since July 2017 as she assists with daily administration of the Canberra Office, managing the LEAP Migration Manager, invoicing through XERO and the internal systems to support all client cases.
In a previous life, Vila also had her own travel agency for 4 years in Laos managing business registration, finance and compliance, creating marketing materials, booking advertising, attending conferences, managing budgets and researching and preparing travel itineraries. As a result, Vila understands Lao working relationships, doing business in Laos and customer service management.
Hui (also known as Vivienne) moved to Australia in 2014 after successfully receiving her permanent residence visa under the Independent Skilled Migration Program. Her patience was tested as she applied for it in 2007 and waited offshore in China for 4 years before receiving the outcome in 2011. Following the grant of her permanent residence, Viv prepared to move her life to Australia and settled in Melbourne.
Viv wanted to come to Australia to create a new life for herself and through her independence, tenacity and drive was successful in the outcome. Viv is passionate about helping people with migration as she undertook the process herself and wished someone trustworthy was available to assist her for reassurance and support.
Viv completed a Bachelor of Linguistic in Dalian University of Foreign Language in China in 2007, as well as the Australian Immigration Law and Practice post graduate degree from Victoria University in 2017 and is fluent in both English and Chinese.
Viv has been a value-added team member since April 2018 as she assists with complex cases involving Chinese applicants in the following areas:
- Business Talent (Subclass 132) – PR
- 132A: Significant Business History
- 132B: Venture Capital Entrepreneur
- Business Innovation and Investment (Subclass 188)
- 188E Entrepreneur
- General Skilled Migration (Subclass 189/190/186/187) – PR
- Contributory Parent Visas (Subclass 143/173)
In a previous life, Viv also had her own import/export business for 5 years managing overseas suppliers, operations and procurement. As a result, Viv understands Chinese working relationships and stakeholder management.