Registered Migration Agent

Our Practice

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Making dreams come true...

Welcome to AustraliaAndes Registered Migration Agents. We know the difficulties involved in becoming an Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen. It is an experience that can result in a lengthy, tedious and financially / emotionally exhausting process if the wrong pathway is followed. In a constantly changing immigration system it is of utmost importance to keep up to date with the new regulations, policies and guidelines coming on the scene. An effective strategy to obtain your Permanent Residence can only be set with well informed decisions. Our mission is to help you accomplish these goals in a quick, safe and cost efficient way.


Since 2013 we have assisted hundreds of applicants to continue their life projects and to pursue their dreams in Australia. We aim to accompany you since the moment you come for an initial consultation to the day you are granted your Residence. Being immigrants ourselves, we understand the support that you are expecting and the attention you need. Let us walk with you this exciting journey. 

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Miguel Valderrama Guerrero, MARN 1387539

Miguel is a registered Lawyer in his home country, Perú (CAL 42355). He came to Australia in 2007 to do a Masters in Accounting and Financial Management at La Trobe University, which he completed in 2009. However, moving back to his legal background, he developed an increasing interest in the Australian Immigration Law. It is for this reason that in 2013 he completed a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice at Victoria University, obtaining his registration as a Migration Agent the same year. Since then, Miguel has practised uninterruptedly in this industry.  His strongest areas of expertise are employer sponsored visas, general skilled migration and partner visas. He also has a solid experience in student, visitor and parent visas. Miguel is a native Spanish speaker. Twice a week he trains Tae Kwon Do, aiming to grade as a black belt at the end of 2018.