This is the Australian migration journey of a woman and her three young children who have spent most of their lives in refugee camps, moving between their home country Liberia and Ghana. Finally, their Partner visa is granted and they will soon be reunited with their father and loving husband.
This family was assisted by another Immigration law firm to obtain the Subclass 190 visa (permanent residency). The permanent residency was granted to all family members, except their newborn child – Why? With our knowledge of migration law, we took on the challenge. This case highlights our ability to do four of the most important […]
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) conducts an independent merit review of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth laws. We frequently represent clients at the AAT because of visa refusals or cancellations. Australian Immigration law as we know it is one of the most complicated law in Australia. It is crucial for all Migration Agents and Migration […]
February as we know it is the month of love. We just passed the Valentines Day, and in this much spirit of love, I want to tell you about this one particular Partner Visa case that I took on years ago, and how we have prevented a young couple from being oceans apart. My name […]
The applicant had four weeks to treat his throat cancer or else the window for treatment will close. No medical facility in Pakistan was capable of providing him with the treatment. Ireland rejected his medical treatment visa application. His final hope – Australia.