Australian immigration law is a complex area of law whereby the rules and regulations are constantly changing. Our experienced immigration team remain up to date with any developments and changes in immigration.
We understand how confusing immigration laws can be and our immigration lawyers are committed to ensuring that they provide accessible and client-friendly services to help provide the best solution to your immigration needs.
If you are not an Australian citizen and you want to live and work in Australia, you will need a visa. There are multiple classes of visa, from study visas to work visas, holiday or working holiday visas, spouse or prospective marriage visas, family visas and more.
We have extensive knowledge of the types of visa available and will work with you to identify the one that suits your circumstances and goals.
This includes expert advice for high wealth individuals who wish to settle in Australia under a business innovation or business talent visa.
We also work closely with employers and businesses to manage visas for skilled employees from overseas. Whether you are hiring someone who is already in Australia but requires a new visa, or recruiting from another country, we can help make the process easier so that you can hire the right people for your business.
We will guide you through the visa application process for both temporary skills shortage (TSS) visas and employer sponsored permanent visas, as well as advising on sponsorships, settlement issues and extensions of stay.
If you want to make Australia home forever, we can help you explore the various pathways to Australian citizenship including conferral and descent.
We will support and represent you if your visa application is denied, or you have had a visa cancelled by the Department of Immigration. We will assist you to apply for the decision to be reviewed and respond to Requests for Information, Invitations to Comment and other letters on your behalf. We have extensive experience in appearing for clients before the Tribunal or at appeals at the Federal Circuit and Federal Court.
Spousal visas and prospective marriage visas
Assisting employees and employers obtain skilled visas and working visas
Exploring pathways to Australian citizenship for eligible people
Certifying documents for your application
Helping you understand and put together the documentation you need to support your claim
Drafting applications for review if your visa is cancelled or denied
Responding to letters and requests for information from the Department of Immigration
Representing you at the Tribunal and appeals before the Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court