Aejis Migration is a highly specialised team of migration agents and lawyers with strong credentials and prominent standing in the field.  We ensure that you have the benefit of the best legal advice and industry connections when making your decision to invest and/or move to Australia.

We provide cost-effective solutions that meet your financial circumstances. We tailor our packages to suit you, your family and your business. Our mission is to ensure that your transition to the Australian way of life is smooth, effective and prosperous.

We provide targeted service to the East Asian market with particular emphasis on mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.  Our lawyers and agents are native speakers of Mandarin and Cantonese who fully understand your culture and needs.

Aejis Legal also offers a range of legal services in Commercial Law, Property Law, Family Law and Succession Law.

About Visas

We offer a wide variety of visa packages ranging from simple migration to premium investment visas. We assist you with finding a visa that aligns with your financial circumstances and is best suited to maximise your interests and potential.

Whilst we specialise in business, investment and entrepreneurial visas, we also assist individuals who are seeking employment and partnership visas.

Most of our visa packages are fixed fee meaning that there are no hidden fees for you.

Why Australia?

Australia is a land filled with opportunities; a numerous amount of highly successful industries, an abundance of national and international trading opportunities and a promising economic growth await those who choose to come here.



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