BOSE AUSTRALIA MIGRATION SERVICES
Contact us below to discuss your unique situation and get you on track to obtain a visa.
Fully Licensed Migration Agent
Competitive Fixed Fee
Over 20 Years Experience
Partner, ENS 482, Business Visas
Need Help Navigating The Australian Migration Process?
- Need Help Navigating The Migration Process?
- At A Very Competitive Fee
- We Focus On The Small Details That Make A Big Difference
- Fully Registered/Licensed from the Australian Government (MARA)
- More Than 18 years Experience In State Government Migration Division and Private Sector
- Specialised in Partner/ENS/RSMS, 482 and Business Skils Visas
BOSE AUSTRALIA MIGRATION SERVICES is a premier migration consultancy based in Brisbane, providing expert advice and services in all areas of migration and temporary entry to Australia.
We understand how important this process is to our clients and this is why our team offer a friendly and professional approach to their work to help remove the confusion and help you get a visa sooner. There are over 140 different Australian visas, each with their own rules for eligibility. If these rules are not met, a visa cannot be granted.
It is important that people who are considering applying for a visa are aware of the requirements they must meet in order to be successful. We take the difficulty away and make this process simpler, so you can get on with more important things.
Meet Dhananjoy (Dan) Bose
Helping People Navigate The Australian Migration Process
Our head immigration consultant, Mr Dhananjoy (Dan) Bose is a Migration Agent in Brisbane registered under Australian government legislation.
Prior to establishing his own migration law consultancy firm, Dan was a Senior Migration Consultant in the Business Migration Unit of the Queensland Government’s Department of State Development in Brisbane. Dan is extremely well placed to advise his clients about the Queensland Government State Sponsorship requirements.
He has developed a unique understanding of the processes and practices of State and Federal Government departments and their roles regarding migration