Sterling Migration was founded in Australia to assist high net-worth investors and business people emigrating to Australia. By combining unique skill sets, we brought together leading Australian investment firms, banks and emigration experts to create something incredible that was never attempted previously. Since those early days over 25 years ago, we have become an industry leader in Emigration by Investment solutions to multiple jurisdictions across the globe.
Our aim remains to provide outstanding results with the lowest possible risk and complete transparency.
Residency and citizenship by investment have become a topic of significant interest for an increasing number of internationally mobile skilled migrants, entrepreneurs, investors and their families.
Migration Investment programmes are now the fastest growing area of immigration law globally, as more people appreciate how residency and a second Citizenships are not just desirable but a vital part of any effective global freedom, privacy and security strategy.
Our bespoke service, in-depth knowledge, and worldwide partnerships make us the preferred choice for organisations and private individuals.
Our firm is guided by four principles which are the basis of how we work:
Our partners are residents of or have lived in the United States, Canada, Australia, India, the Philippines, Ireland, and South Africa, to list just a few, so we understand first-hand what it takes to be a successful migrant.
Over 80% of our clients come to us via word-of-mouth referrals.
We are regulated where applicable by the respective authorities in the countries where we operate. Our partners are licenced members of various professional bodies, including the Australian securities & investments commission, MARA, the Australian Investment Council, Law Society Upper Canada, US Securities & Exchange Commission, Investment Migration Council, The Irish Investments Board, Cyprus Ministry of Finance and many others.
We provide a range of immigration services essential to protect our clients’ immigration options and wealth. However, as we often act as advisors to our clients in negotiations and presenting their cases, we refrain from employment advocacy, investment advice, or asset management. In these sectors, we work with many of the world’s leading banks, investment managers and recruiters within the relevant jurisdiction.
Our friendly team in an office nearby are always available to answer any questions you may have about emigrating. We look forward to hearing from you.
We aim to provide outstanding results while operating with discretion, speed, and integrity.
We are often referred to as “The experts, experts” as an established leader in providing residence and citizenship by investment. Hundreds of individuals, families and businesses each year rely on our expertise. Our highly qualified professionals and partners work together in offices worldwide to provide the solutions our clients require.
To establish yourself internationally requires securing relationships with key stakeholders, including government officials, bankers and corporate professionals. Our network of contacts helps our clients acclimatise to their new environment quickly.
We facilitate effective residency and second citizenship programmes worldwide through our combination of immigration experts, fiduciary companies, and global partners.
To discover your eligibility or to find out more about emigration, complete our country-specific assessment form, and one of our team will be in touch shortly. All information provided to Sterling Migration remains strictly confidential.
Each year, the Australian federal and state governments review the 188 visa programme to ensure it delivers the best possible outcomes for Australia. Where deemed necessary changes are introduced without advanced notice. State governments open and close the investor visa stream within their respective jurisdictions as deem necessary to meet the local economic objectives.
That said, once an investor secures an invitation to emigrate (State Nomination), any future changes to the emigration policy will not affect their case.