Based in Melbourne CBD, Australia, Nevett Ford’s top immigration lawyers have earned an international reputation for their 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. Our Australian immigration lawyers will consider a range of alternatives to find one that is suitable to the needs of migrating clients. As one of the best full-service firms in Melbourne, our lawyers 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 at our immigration law firm is led by Ryan Curtis-Griffiths and comprises an accredited specialist in immigration law, Mr David Stratton, and other highly experienced senior immigration lawyers and registered migration agent practitioners. Whether you require an immigration appeal lawyer, immigration lawyer for citizenship or an immigration lawyer for spouse visa, the team at Nevett Ford has years of experience behind them so you can trust you are in safe hands. Our local immigration lawyers look forward to assisting you, every step of the way.
Our Migration Services
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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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