Amanda is a mother in her mid-fifties and a die-hard Richmond supporter. She started in the migration industry when she was in her mid-twenties by sticking stamps into passports at the Australian High Commission in London: this for Amanda was the best job in the world.
After more than 25 years working in the Australian migration world, Amanda has seen Politicians and Ministers think, change, procrastinate, do nothing and then do lots all at the same time. Discussing, guiding and assisting HR staff mange and understand the visa world is a part of her job that she really does enjoy. Amanda is always happy for a chat about whatever our immigration minister has said/done today, but only over a 3pm glass of Barossa Valley riesling.