About us

Gerald_ Fish

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

ICCRC and MARA member
Immigration Consultant

Patrick has worked as an Immigration consultant since 2009. He holds a license with the Migration Agent Registration Authority (MARA)  for Australia Immigration as well as with Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) for Canada.

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Daniel

Daniel Tardif

ICCRC ( Quebec)
Immigration Consultant

Daniel is 101Migration consultant for Quebec Immigration. Member with Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). He speak French and English, and has worked in Immigration for over 10 years.

In order to act as an immigration consultant in the province of Quebec, Daniel must be registered with ICCRC, recognized by the Minister of the MIDI and registered on the Registre québécois des consultants en immigration(French only).

What do two of our clients say?

New Immigration Rules Now Effective For South Australia

South Australia first introduced substantial changes for the year 2019-20 in its immigration rules as a pilot case effective from 29th February 2019. Immigration SA had the right to make any changes in the nominations and the Commonwealth requirements.

Which Is the Best Visa Category to Get Citizenship in Canada?

Canada tops the list of the popular countries for immigration. It is specifically preferred by immigrants from countries in the Asia-Pacific region, which is why it is also famously known as the Land of Immigrants. Today the country is home to people from diversified cultures, ethnicity and socio-economic background. There are multiple reasons why it is one of the most favored destinations for immigrating.

Why Should You Hire an Immigration Consultant?

Immigrating to another country is no easy task - whether for a better future or simply to earn a better livelihood. There is an emotional angle to all this which is understandable. There are also the practical aspects – of getting the relevant papers ready, apply for visa, meet immigration officers of the said countries, revert to queries and emails and so much more to do.
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