Immigration Law

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Immigration Law

Immigration can be a quite complex procedure, especially for first time applicants, which is why you need the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable immigration lawyer to help you with your immigration.

As immigration lawyers and registered migration agents we offer advice and representation regarding:

  • general skilled migration
  • employer sponsored migration
  • business visa applications
  • family and independent visa applications
  • student visa applications
  • visa cancellations
  • appeals from:
    • Migration Review Tribunal
    • Refugee Review Tribunal
    • Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Working in Australia

If you are a skilled overseas worker with skills that are needed in Australia, you may qualify for a skilled visa. You may also apply for a sponsored visa, if you are nominated or sponsored by an approved Australian employer, or a state or territory authority. As a worker who is interested in working in Australia, you should speak to our team of professional immigration lawyers about the following:

  • Visa options
  • Your rights and obligations as a worker
  • Skills assessment
  • Superannuation
  • Working in Australia’s offshore gas and oil industry

We can also assist employers in Australia who want to sponsor or employ skilled workers from overseas. We can give you legal advice and guidance on employing workers, creating labour agreements, working with migrants and refugees, and checking a person’s visa entitlements.

Whether you’re ready to begin your journey to Australia or are just looking for information, you will get the answers you need from us. We provide you with all the information you need on immigration in Australia, as well as what the entire legal process entails and how our Australian immigration lawyers can help.

For more information on immigration law, contact us.

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