Nevett Ford has earned an international reputation for its service in this complex and important area of law.
Nevett Ford’s reputation for innovation is best exemplified by it becoming one of the first legal firms in Australia to become active in advising intending migrants. When acting for migration clients it is important to consider the range of alternatives which may be suitable to their needs. As a full service firm, we are able to offer strategic immigration solutions to intending migrants. Decisions about migration are often difficult. Our involvement in this area means that we understand how intending migrants feel, their concerns and fears and their desire to have a smooth transition to Australia.
Nevett Ford’s Migration Services
Our services in this area include all aspects of Australian and American migration including independent applications, family migration (including partner – spouse and de facto – and child/parent), employer nominations, corporate and business sponsored temporary and permanent residence visas, business skills migration, general skilled migration, Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) appeals and Federal Court matters.
The team comprises an accredited specialist in immigration law, Mr David Stratton, and other highly experienced senior immigration lawyers and registered migration agent practitioners.
Our Migration Services
Speak to your lawyer when you need to.
Initial fixed cost consultations, so you know where you stand before committing to a course of action.
Personal, tailored service that accommodates your needs and what value you will get from our service, instead of one-size-fits-all approach.
Decades of experience and a wide range of service areas means we can draw on knowledge from across our firm to inform your decisions.
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Topics We’ve Written About
Australian Immigration Law Update: The Department of Home Affairs and the Australian Border Force: Subclass 482 sponsorship obligations
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The long awaited quarantine free travel bubble arrangement between Australian and New Zealand commenced on 18 April 2021. All travellers who have been in either Australia or New Zealand for 14 days can travel by air between the two countries quarantine free and...
On 22nd March this year amendments to the Migration Act came into effect, allowing lawyers to provide immigration assistance without having to be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA). These changes mean that registered...
As Australian Immigration lawyers we can assist. Given the global COVID-19 pandemic, it is a good time to think about the available Australian Parent visa options and to plan for the future. Australia is an attractive country to be of residence. On a global standard,...
The Global Talent Visa Program (GTI), is a streamlined permanent residence visa for highly skilled professionals to work and live permanently in Australia. The Department of Home Affairs is aiming to fill 15,000 spots for the 2020 – 20201, yet only 1,600 spot have...
New requirements have been set by the Australian Border Force (ABF) for anyone who is travelling to, or transiting through Australia, after 22 January 2021. Travellers must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test to their airline. This test must be taken...