Kian is a highly experienced immigration lawyer who has worked for large national and global migration firms. His experience includes sponsorships and nominations, primary visa applications, merit reviews and judicial review matters, representing both corporate clients and individuals.
Throughout his legal career, Kian has provided immigration advice to some of Australia’s and the world’s largest companies as well as appearing for the Minister for Immigration in immigration matters in the Federal Courts.
“The path to enter and work in Australia is complex. It’s something I strive to make easier for my clients.”
Advised on and provided support to one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies in their government lobbying efforts following major changes to immigration laws.
Provided high-level strategic advice on complex corporate structures to a multi-national company to ensure compliance with Australian immigration laws when transferring employees from its foreign operations to its Australian operations.
Represented an opposition politician from a quasi-dictatorship Asian country with regards to his protection visa application.
Appeared in the final and interlocutory hearings for numerous clients affected by the ‘Ports Case’ and successfully had relief granted by the Courts in the clients’ favour.
Successfully represented a client at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal who received a multi-million dollar health waiver costing and was subsequently granted a permanent visa.
Registered Migration Agent: 1069183
Masters of Law (Legal Practice), Australian National University
Bachelor of Law, Australian National University
Member, Migration Institute of Australia
Member, Law Institute of Victoria
- Subclass 482 visa
- Permanent Employer Sponsored visas
- Corporate migration
- Merit reviews or refused visa applications and visa cancellations
- Judicial review
- Training and Research visas
- Family based visa applications, including Partner, Parent and Child visas
- Citizenship applications
- Protection visas
- Visa cancellations and refusals