Our Services

We have three main areas that we work in:

  • We are visa and citizenship lawyers who are experts in all immigration applications and cases.
  • We can help you with your will, living wills and estate planning, as well as probate.
  • We can help you if you believe you have been unfairly dismissed from work.

Visas and Citizenship

We can help you with all stages of your immigration or citizenship case, for example

  • visas to come to Australia
  • family visas
  • partner visa, onshore and offshore
  • sponsoring family members to come to Australia
  • parent visas including contributory parent visas and temporary 3 year and 5 year parent visas
  • carer visas
  • child visas including orphan relative and adoption visas
  • Working holiday visas and working holiday extensions
  • visa extensions
  • Skilled visa (sponsorship, nomination and applications)
  • New Zealand citizen visas (including pathway to permanent residence)
  • Global talent visas
  • Student visas
  • Business and investment visas
  • protection visas
  • Safe Haven Enterprise Visas and Safe Haven pathways (Safe Haven visas, SHEV, subclass 790, second applications)
  • Temporary Protection Visa (subclass 785, second applications)
  • Offshore humanitarian visas
  • Family violence in partner visas
  • Asking the Minister for a visa (Ministerial intervention)
  • Citizenship
  • Refusal of Citizenship
  • Health waivers
  • Cancellations
  • Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)
  • Immigration Assessment Authority (IAA)
  • Federal Circuit Court
  • Federal Court
  • High Court

Unfair dismissal

If you have been sacked in the last 21 days from a job that you have worked in for at least six months, and you think it was unfair, call us URGENTLY on 0456 004 810. You may have a right under unfair dismissal laws.

Wills, Living Wills, Estates and Probate, Advanced Care Directives

We assist individuals and couples to prepare simple Wills and Powers of Attorney. This lets your family know what you want in case you are not able to let them know yourself.

Powers of Attorney are sometimes called a “living will”. It enables you to plan for future medical treatment needs and quality of life. The living will (tigether with an Advanced Care Direective) only comes into effect if/when you are unwell and unable to communicate these plans and wishes for yourself.

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If you need help, call today!

We offer a free thirty minute consultation (face to face, email, telephone etc). We aim to provide you with a realistic assessment of your prospects of success. 
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