Immigration law is an area of the law that is constantly changing and evolving. Our migration lawyers specialise in immigration law, which means they are highly experienced in this area of the law and are constantly aware of the ongoing changes.
Our migration lawyers live and breathe immigration law. In fact, this is the only area of the law that they practice in. As such, they are committed to addressing your matter and providing you with easy to understand advice so that you are aware of your available options moving forward.
We specialise in immigration law and are able to assist and represent you before the Migration Review Tribunal or the Refugee Review Tribunal. We can also assist you with your Ministerial Intervention.
We advise on visas such as Family, Students, Spouse, Prospective Spouse, Business, Tourist, Work Visas, Bridging visas, Change of condition on your Bridging visa, character matters, visa cancellations and a range of permanent and temporary visas. We are able to assist you with your Australian citizenship application. We have an in-depth knowledge of Australian migration law and procedure.
We will study your case thoroughly and will determine your eligibility for one of the above visas or other visa streams not mentioned above. We will assist in preparing your application and we will prepare legal submissions in support of your visa application when deemed necessary. We will advise and provide assistance where relationships breakdown and in situations involving domestic violence.
We recommend that you meet with one of our Solicitors and Registered Migration Agents in our Marrickviile office to fully understand your needs and so that we can advise you on the best visa pathway.
Our Marrickville immigration lawyer can assess your eligibility against different visa criteria and provide you with visa options that suit your needs to enable you to stay in Australia.
We have extensive experience in dealing with the Department of Immigration in relation to your visa application and / or visa process.
A Registered Migration Agent must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) to be able to give migration advice.
Please note that it is illegal for someone to give migration advice if they are not registered with the Office of the MARA. Registered migration agents are bound by the Code of Conduct which regulates the relationship between the migration agent and the visa applicants.