Nicola Baker is the face behind Migration Pathways.
She has been in the field of Migration since 2000 and has been a Registered Migration Agent since 2002. Since starting her journey in Migration law, Nicola built up a wealth of Migration experience and has a very loyal client base, many of whom have become personal friends.
Since establishing her own business, Migration Pathways, in May 2006, she has focused on servicing clientele in Cairns and the Atherton Tablelands. Since then she has built up a loyal client base, who have recognised her complete dedication and commitment to customer service.
"The best part of my job is telling my clients that their visa applications have been successful"
Nicola has extensive experience with Regional Migration programs, and also has knowledge of other migration programs.
Her vast experience in Migration is built upon assisting numerous skilled applicants apply for employer sponsored positions and independent skilled applications, including chefs, accountants, advertising and marketing specialists, doctors and trades people.
In addition, Nicola has worked with a large cross section of the business community from Hospitality and Tourism, to agriculture, building, construction and mining sectors, private businesses and many other industries, from all areas of Australia, both in Far North Queensland, regional Australia and in the major metropolitan areas.
Nicola is registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. Locally, in Far North Queensland, she has enjoyed good relationships with the various Chambers of Commerce and business networks.
Nicola is a very keen supporter of a number of charities, including the Starlight Children’s Foundation, Cancer Council, Australian Stroke Foundation, and local fundraising initiatives.
She has an extensive curriculum vitae of her volunteer community activities, and has a very philanthropic philosophy.
Nicola is the proud founder of Moyamoya Australia, an Australian Registered Charity to provide support and awareness for those afflicted with Moyamoya Disease. Click here to see how you can support Moyamoya Australia.
Nicola's vision for the future, of Migration Pathways, is hands on contact with her clients - she thrives on being involved in the community. Nicola is very well respected by past clients and strives to build strong relationships with new clients.
Nicola provides you with individualised service that only comes with small business. Everything she does has a personalised stamp, and is individually geared to your specific needs.
Providing that very personal service means you may have to wait a little longer, but it’s like a good restaurant meal, prepared on the spot; when she looks after your very unique situation, you will see the benefit of choosing the personal care of a small business. It might take a little longer, but it’s worth it in the end.