Minh Nguyen and Ruobing Yang join Moore’s migration practice

28 March 2022 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Professional services firm Moore has bolstered its migration practice in Australia with Minh Nguyen and Ruobing Yang.

The newly appointed duo bring over twenty years of experience in migration to the accounting and consulting firm, and will focus on helping Moore’s clients hire and onboard international talent at a time of a growing talent crunch

“It is clear that border closures has had a lasting impact on the Australian labour market, and our clients have been feeling the impact. Some have had to put growth plans on hold to wait for additional staff,” said Jason Yu, Managing Partner at Moore. 

Minh Nguyen and Ruobing Yang join Moore’s migration practice

“The addition of Minh and Ruobing to our Migration Services unit will enhance the way we help clients successfully hire talent from overseas,” Yu continued.

Minh Nguyen is an experienced and qualified migration agent. She previously worked with the Department of Home Affairs and is knowledgeable with specific insight into legislative, policy and procedural requirements for visa and citizenship applications. 

As a Registered Migration Agent, Nguyen specialises in business investment and innovation visas, distinguished talent (Global Talent Independent stream), as well as employer nominations, skilled migration, and family migration.

Like many other Vietnamese-born Australians, Nguyen has personally gone through the migration process with her family. This gives her the understanding of the difficulties and challenges that migrating to a new country can present and a dedication to helping new migrants through their journey.

Ruobing Yang is a migration practitioner who assists businesses with their corporate global mobility needs, as well as high achieving global talent and high net worth individuals with their personal immigration needs.

His areas of expertise includes corporate immigration strategic planning, immigration compliance and monitoring, and employer nominated temporary and permanent skilled migration visas. As well as the Global Talent Scheme visas, including employer sponsored and the independent streams.

Additionally, Yang has extensive experience in business innovation, Investor Visas and complex immigration matters.