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Migration

Macpherson Kelley Lawyers has a dedicated migration law practice within our workplace relations team which specialises in corporate and business related migration. Our team is up-to-date with the latest changes in Australian migration law, so we can provide you with the most practical advice and assistance on Australian migration matters which affect your business. Our advice is timely, and adaptable to your particular circumstances.

Because each situation has its own particular set of facts, we will consider and assess your business requirements, and discuss with you the options available for you and/or your employee. As part of this discussion, we will advise you of any obligations required to be met as well the prospects of success depending on the strategy being considered. Our advice incorporates your rights and obligations under Australian workplace laws with the ultimate goal being the most appropriate application being lodged with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Our services are offered as a complete package, from instructions until a decision is received from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. Where appropriate, an hourly consultancy rate can be offered.

Recent Experience

Large commercial client - Migration

Successfully had a significant migration-related application refusal overturned, by identifying a jurisdictional error, without having to resort to the lengthy and expensive tribunal or court appeal process.

Major Australian University - Migration

Providing specialist migration advice in relation to all executive appointees, from deputy vice-chancellors and Deans of schools through to senior academic positions.

Areas of expertise

  • Employer sponsored sponsorship / nomination / visas (temporary and permanent)
  • Business skills visas
  • Skilled migration
  • Partner visas
  • Compliance matters
    • advice on a sponsor’s obligations
    • monitoring and reporting procedures
  • AAT / MRT Tribunal appeals.
  • Ministerial intervention applications