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Introducing Quinn & Scattini's Migration Team
Tuesday, April 1, 2019
There are many motivations for wanting to move to Australia.
Common reasons include family reunion, work, study, business, marriage, quality of life and sense of adventure. Australian immigration law is complex and subject to change and there is a lot of red tape that needs to be attended to.
Introducing Quinn & Scattini’s Migration Team
Quinn & Scattini are excited to introduce you to our newly formed Migration Team!
Our Migration Team comprises of Roly O’Regan (you may remember him from the front cover of our quarterly newsletter, QSLAW Quarterly) and Jaci Soles.
Roly is a highly experienced Senior Associate in Quinn & Scattini Lawyers’ Migration Team. Roly expertly advises across the wide range of migration law issues and different types of visa applications. Roly pays close attention to the details to ensure each visa application is accurate, complete and prepared in accordance with the Department of Home Affair’s requirements in order for the visa application to have the best chance of success.
Jaci is an experienced migration lawyer in Quinn & Scattini Lawyers’ Migration Law Team. Prior to joining Quinn & Scattini Lawyers in 2018, Jaci managed her own migration law practice south of Brisbane.
Jaci takes the time to listen to her clients in order to obtain complete and accurate information for their visa application and is passionate about assisting her clients fulfil their wishes of travelling to or living in Australia. Jaci also has experience appealing Australian visa refusals with the relevant courts.
How Can We Help
Our Migration Team can assist visitors, students, employers, employees, family members and spouses secure visas.
Not only can Roly and Jaci assist with visa applications, Roly and Jaci also have considerable experience appealing Australian visa refusals with the relevant courts.
Types of Visas We Can Assist With
Our expert migration lawyer can assist with a range of Australian migration legal issues and applications.
- Employer sponsored work visa for temporary or permanent residency (onshore and offshore);
- Temporary work (skilled) visas;
- State-sponsored visas (temporary or permanent);
- Spouse and de facto visas;
- Family reunion (aged parent and last remaining relative);
- Business visas – business owner and investment (short-term temporary visas);
- Student visas; and
- Tourist visas.
If your visa has been cancelled we can assist with preparation of applications and submissions to the:
- Migration Review Tribunal;
- Refugee Tribunal; and
- Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
We are also experienced making appeals to the Federal Magistrates Court and High Court of Australia.
Did You Know?
Between 1 July 2018 and 30 September 2018, 7,707 people migrated to Queensland under humanitarian, family and skills visa streams (as recorded by the Social Services Department).
The average age of new migrants was between 25 and 34 years and South-East.
Queensland was the most popular location to settle in.
Why Choose Us?
You will be talking to a real expert, local to you. You will not be treated like a number but as a real person, and a person going through a difficult and stressful experience. Get expert advice, not just what you want to hear, in language you can understand not legal jargon.
Our expert migration lawyers are available at any of our local offices.
Still Need Answers?
Submit an online enquiry below or speak to an expert migration lawyer on 1800 999 529.