Our Immigration Consultants

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Gerard Fish

Australian Lawyer

Gerard is 101 Migration’s representative in Australia. He believes in providing technical and realistic advice in relation to visa applications and inquiries. Contact Us today to discuss your case with Gerard.

Patrick Leong

Patrick Leong

ICCRC member & Commissioner for Taking Affidavits

Patrick studied in Singapore, Australia, and Canada, and have spent almost 10 years in Australia working as an Immigration consultant before moving to Canada.

He has worked as an Immigration consultant since 2009, and he holds a license with Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) for Canada and was the Migration Agent Registration Authority (MARA)  for Australia Immigration when he first started as an Immigration consultant. Recently, became a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits in 2021.

Christine Yuen


Christine was born and raised in Vancouver and attended the University of British Columbia where she graduated from the Faculty of Commerce with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing.

She moved to Hong Kong and specialized in market research as an English – Chinese simultaneous interpreter. She was also the director of an English learning center where she taught students of all ages and skill levels.

She has returned to Vancouver with over 20 years of professional overseas experience and an extensive network of personal and business contacts. Christine has always considered Canada her home and now hopes to share the wonderful qualities of her homeland with those who wish to live here to learn and appreciate all that Canada has to offer.

She is enthusiastic about being a part of a team that helps bring individuals and families to Canada to begin exciting new chapters in their lives through uniting loved ones and building communities. Christine is also eager to collaborate with immigrants who aim to establish significant investments and businesses upon landing in Canada, contributing to the country’s employment and, in turn, bolstering the Canadian economy.