About

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Letitia de Lima​

BA(Com)IV, Potchefstroom; GradDipTMLaw, Monash University; GradCertImmigration Law, Griffith University; MA (Laws), Griffith University, Australia.

Reg. Migration Agent No: 0742045; Reg. Trade Marks Attorney; JP (QUAL)

Afrikaans and English

Email: letitia@visasRus.com.au

Pleased to meet you

Letitia is the director of Visas-R-Us Australia Pty Ltd, a registered migration agent, trade marks attorney and Justice of Peace in Australia. Her expertise includes migration law, business and corporations law, intellectual property law, marketing, branding and commercialisation. She completed a Master of Arts (Laws) in Australia.

Letitia grew up in Namibia on the West Coast of Africa in a town called Tsumeb (close to the famous Etosha National Park). At the age of 17 she left Namibia to study in South Africa at the Potchefstroom University. After graduating, she spent the next 10 years working for local Government in South Africa and was appointed Ombudsman for a City Council on the East Rand in 1995. Letitia and her family migrated to Australia in 1996 and settled on the Gold Coast in sunny Queensland. 

Prior to establishing Visas-R-Us, Letitia worked for three of the largest patent and trade mark attorney firms in Queensland, gaining valuable experience and establishing a trusted network of associates. 

Passionate about business development, Letitia is instrumental in assisting a wide range of overseas businesses to set up new businesses in Australia. Not surprising, she specialises in business migration, employer sponsorships to secure the services of skilled workers and individual skilled migration.

Letitia has also assisted many families to obtain residency in Australia for their parents, partners and spouses.

Memberships:

  • The Migration Institute of Australia (MIA)
  • Commerce Queensland
  • IPTA (Institute for Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys)
  • Rotary District 9640 ( Past President of the Southport Broadwater Club)
  • Southport Chamber of Commerce
  • SABONA (Networking forum for ex Southern Africans)

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