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Immigration Law

As a firm deeply rooted in commitment, we deliver meticulous guidance and unwavering support to individuals and families aiming to anchor themselves in Australia. Our dedication extends beyond mere representation – we thrive on demystifying the complexities inherent in the immigration process, ensuring a comprehensive and tailored approach to address the diverse needs and challenges our clients may encounter. With an acute understanding of the ever-evolving legal landscape, our seasoned team navigates through the intricacies of Australian immigration law to secure optimal outcomes for our clients.


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Visa Applications

Australia offers a range of visa options for different purposes, such as work, study, family reunification, and skilled migration. Our experienced legal team assists clients in preparing and submitting visa applications, ensuring compliance with Australian immigration regulations.

Permanent Residency (PR) Applications

Obtaining permanent residency in Australia is a significant milestone. We guide our clients through the PR application process, helping them understand the requirements and ensuring a smooth transition to permanent residency status.

Citizenship Applications

Becoming an Australian citizen is a rewarding journey. We provide comprehensive support for citizenship applications, ensuring that clients meet the necessary criteria and assisting them in navigating the application process.

Employer-Sponsored Visas

For businesses seeking to sponsor skilled workers, our firm offers guidance in employer-sponsored visas. We assist both employers and employees in navigating the complexities of sponsorship and visa applications.

Ready to take the next step in your immigration journey? Contact CQ Legal today for a consultation. Our team is here to answer your questions and guide you through the legal process.

What types of visas are available for individuals seeking to immigrate to Australia?

Australia offers various visa options for immigration, including skilled migration visas, family reunion visas, student visas, and humanitarian visas. The type of visa depends on factors such as the purpose of immigration, qualifications, and family relationships.

What steps does CQ Legal take to monitor the progress of my visa application?

Our firm utilises a proactive approach to keep clients informed about the status of their visa applications. We regularly check and track the progress through the online systems provided by the Department of Home Affairs, providing updates and addressing any additional information requirements promptly.

What are the eligibility criteria for obtaining Australian citizenship?

To become an Australian citizen, individuals must meet specific eligibility criteria, including residence requirements, good character standards, and passing a citizenship test. The criteria may vary depending on the type of visa held and the individual’s personal circumstances.

How can CQ Legal help in the event of a visa rejection or cancellation?

In the unfortunate event of a visa rejection or cancellation, our legal team will provide guidance on appealing the decision. Our lawyers will assess the circumstances, explore available options, and advocate on behalf of clients throughout the appeal process.

How does the skilled migration process work, and what is the points-based system?

Skilled migration to Australia involves assessing an individual’s skills and qualifications to determine their eligibility for a visa. The points-based system evaluates factors such as age, English proficiency, work experience, and education. Applicants must meet a minimum point threshold to qualify for skilled migration visas.

Please note that these questions and answers are for informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. It is recommended to consult with a qualified employment lawyer at CQ Legal for personalised advice regarding your specific employment law concerns.