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What is Immigration Law?

Immigration law is complex and includes a range of laws and regulations that govern immigration and migration into Australia, visa compliance and those who are entitled to advise people who are wishing to migrate to Australia on migration law matters, such as the Migration Act, Migration Agents Regulations and the Code of Conduct for registered migration agents.

Get Immigration Law advice from an Immigration Lawyer or Registered Migration Agent today

Whether you’re an employer wanting to employ an overseas worker or a visitor to Australia wanting to apply for an Australian visa (such as a 457 visa (skilled), spouse visa, bridging visa or working holiday visa), permanent residency, Australian citizenship or dealing with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), you will benefit from having professional legal advice and assistance to put you in the best possible position.

LawTap immigration lawyers, who are often also registered migration agents, have a comprehensive knowledge of immigration law and can guide you through the process and make it simple for you. They will explain things to you in a way that you understand, and usually can arrange for an explanation in your preferred or native language. Reducing your stress and streamlining what you need to do.

To make the best use of your time with your immigration lawyer, it is recommended that you put together important key information before your appointment including:

  • Personal details, such as date of birth and relationship status (single, married no children, married with children, de facto relationship, divorced, widowed).
  • Country of passport and current country of residence.
  • Whether you have ever applied for an Australian visa before.
  • Whether you have any criminal convictions.
  • Any health concerns.
  • Current visa type.
  • What you are looking to apply for (such as Australian citizenship, skilled Independent visa, 457 visa, employer sponsored visa, partner visa, business innovation and investment visa, student visa, parent visa, child visa).

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