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Migration Agent - Sydney

Legal Expertise

Our Principal Migration Agent holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the University of Sydney.

Experienced Team

Over 15 years of specialised visa and migration law experience. We have a long history of high approval rates with complex applications and Tribunal appeals.

100% Money Back Guarantee*

We can generally guarantee approval for most types of applications. We will refund you our professional fees if your application is refused. Terms & conditions apply.

Competitive Fixed Fees

We can generally provide fixed fee agreements, with up-front and competitive fees.

What Makes Us Different

Our Principal Migration Agent will be responsible for assessing your eligibility, providing you with visa advice and answering your queries.

From engagement to approval, your matter and application will only be managed by our Principal Migration Agent, who will also respond to all your emails, correspondence and calls.

You don’t need to worry about:

  • Speaking with administrative staff who can’t answer your questions

  • Speaking with staff that aren’t familiar with your application

  • Waiting days for your agent to respond to your emails and/or calls

  • Your application being assigned to another agent after commencement, and having to explain your application again to a newly assigned agent

We aren’t going to waste your time with generic questionnaires that are often used by other businesses as these include 100s of questions that are generally not required.

Our questionnaires allow us to collect information required to assess your eligibility, prepare a customised document checklist for your circumstances and prepare any supporting statement required for your application.

We will be responsible for preparing drafts for any supporting statements required for your application, such as statements for partner, visitor or employer sponsored visa applications. Unlike most other businesses, we don’t ask clients to prepare these draft supporting statements.

We can generally guarantee approval for most types of applications. We will refund you our professional fees if your application is refused. Terms & conditions apply.

30% of our total professional fees would be paid after your relevant application is approved. We are with you all the way!

For our consultation service, we will provide a 100% refund  if you are at all unsatisfied with this service.

We have a long history of outstanding success and approval rates with complex and challenging applications, including:

Administrative Appeal Tribunal appeals after visa or other application refusal.

Lodging an application where the applicant recently had the same type of application refused.

Lodging ‘high risk’ applications where we have explained to the applicant that there would be a high chance of the Department refusing the application.

Responding to Department correspondence where the Department is considering visa or sponsorship cancellation.

Health waiver where the visa applicant does not satisfy the standard health requirements.

1000s of Happy Visa Holders!

About Us

Peng Cheng - Migration Agent, Sydney



I migrated to Australia when I was 6 years of age. My parents and I arrived here as refugees. I am very grateful for the amazing opportunities that this country has afforded myself and my family.


I am very thankful that I now have the opportunity to assist new migrants that are looking to settle in Australia.



Registered Migration Agent (MARN: 1172863)

Bachelor of Laws (Hons) – University of Sydney

Bachelor of Economics – University of Sydney


I joined My Access Australia in 2023, and I have been assisting Peng and our clients with applying for their visas and managing their Australian immigration matters. I earlier worked as a Learning and development analyst, but for the past 3 years, I have been in administrative roles.
It brings me joy to be a part of others’ journeys and see them pursue their dreams ‘Down Under’.

Bachelor of Secondary Education in English – University of Santo Tomas

Licensed Professional Teacher – Philippines

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