Having our own experiences as migrants in Australia, we completely understand what it takes to make the decision to migrate to Australia coupled with a comprehensive understanding of the legislations and steps to make the migration dream a reality.

Everyone has a story, everyone has their own demanding challenges and needs, and at World2Australiaâ„¢ we take pride in our ability to deploy our personalised migration services to every individual based on a detailed understanding of the case and empathy.

At World2Australiaâ„¢, we hold the right qualifications with the right authorisations to provide our clients with end-to-end migration services. Our expert holds the Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice from one of the worlds top 20 leading educational institutions and top 3 in Australia, the Australian National University.

We are registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority as an Australian Migration Agent. We have a large network of business resources that do not only assist in the migration process but also go beyond, we are happy to leverage our network for the benefit of our clients to facilitate other needs such as employment and settling services, among others. Free of charge.

We would like to say that our demand is the result of our high quality services including what they have to offer from individualised assessments and attention, excellent communication and case management skills, and our ability to accurately deliver on our mutual objectives.

Gloria Collins


Gloria Collins is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1387135) with the Office of the Migration Agents Regulation Authority (MARA), a New Zealand Licensed Immigration Adviser (IAA License No 201502937) and a Qualified Education Agent Counsellor (J117). Gloria has a registered nursing background having migrated to Australia from the Philippines. Her nursing career included clinical nurse consultant, nurse manager and clinical facilitator for Griffith University. She passed the NCLEX-RN exam in 2002 and worked in the USA as a Registered Nurse 2007. She returned to Australia with her husband Michael in 2010. Her migration career was established after successfully completing The Australian Migration Law & Practice course from the Australian National University. Gloria truly empathises with the immigration experience.