Need help with a visa?


TEP has been dealing with the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) regularly since 1996 through its exchange program, bringing more than 1000 trainees to work in rural and equine industries Australia. In addition, we have been offering professional migration advice through registered migration agents since 2002.

We have the following qualified and experienced Migration Agent on hand to help with any queries you have relating to visa applications and Australian migration law -


1. Brenda McDonough - Migration Agent Registration Number 0213896

Brenda has had many years of experience handing visa applications and migration issues and are particularly skilled when it comes to both temporary and permanent employer sponsored categories.

TEP offers migration advice primarily in the following categories: -
• Temporary and Permanent employer sponsored visas
• Temporary semi-skilled employer sponsored visas
• Permanent skilled specialised (non-sponsored) visas
• Family visas, including spouse, married and de facto as well as prospective spouse

TEP is however, able to offer advice in any visa category. Please see the permanent and temporary migration pages of our website.

For many years the company has worked primarily in regional Australia and we have specialised knowledge of rural industries and the equine sector (both regional and metropolitan). We also have many corporate clients from both the business world and regional industries. Our clients include the likes of Flavorite Hydroponic Tomatoes Pty Ltd, David Hayes Racing, Emirates, Gai Waterhouse Racing Pty Ltd, Freedman Brothers Racing, Coolmore Australia and Darley Australia.

The company has an excellent migration success history, having lodged over 2500 visas in permanent and temporary categories securing a successful result. Additionally, we have had to date a better than 99% success rate with all applications lodged with DIAC that have not been withdrawn by the client.


All migration agents in Australia are bound by a Code of Conduct. More information on the Code of Conduct and the role of migration agents can be found on the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) website.

For more information on our migration service please contact us.
27 May 2019
Changes to Regional Visa Pathways
Changes to regional visas coming in November 2019.