Visas and Migration
At TranQuill Legal, we specialise in all aspects of Immigration law. Whether you are in need of a visa for yourself, family member or employee, or require professional representation at an AAT (Administrative Appeals Tribunal) hearing or the Federal courts, our highly experienced and results-driven team are here to help.
We work to provide our clients with the latest and most appropriate immigration strategies. In an effective and convenient way we can represent you on immigration matters, no matter where you are located in the world.
Our success rate is excellent due to our professional and strategic approach. We will not make an application that has no merit. As a result TranQuill Legal has many repeat clients and consistently positive reviews from happy clients.
If you have lodged an application that has been refused, and need to know whether you should take court action or apply to the Migration and Refugee Division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), we can assist you. We handle many tribunal matters, and assist our clients with Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court applications where DHA have made administrative law errors in their decision making processes.
Perhaps you have been through the tribunal process and you need to request a Ministerial Intervention. TranQuill Legal can help.
Are you seeking protection as an asylum seeker? Our team can assist you in making the relevant applications.
Have you have failed to pay your school fees, attend class or progress satisfactorily? Have you forgotten to inform DHA that you have moved address? If so, let us help you overturn the automatic revocation that may have occurred.
Are you locked up on remand? Do you need us to sort out your 'unlawful' visa status, and verify whether Bridging visas have been issued?
Our Agents are bound to adhere to the Code of Conduct embodied in the Migration Agent Regulations. All immigration advice given is by Registered Migration Agents.
Did you know that there are over 120 different visa options for Australia? Many visa types have 'sub-classes' making knowing which one to apply for all the more tricky. This is one of the many reasons we highly recommend you come and have an initial discussion with us before you set out on your journey to apply for a visa. We will be able to discuss the best visa route to go down and know the ones that will have the most likely successful outcome for your particular circumstances.
Visas can be collated into a smaller sub-set of visa classes:
Study and Training visas
Family and Partner visas
Working and Skilled visas
Refugee and Humanitarian visas
Bridging visas (and other visas)
Next steps - call us on +61 (0) 26140 5311 to arrange a consultation with one of our Registered Migration Agents Alternatively you can email us at email@example.com or use our contact form and one of the team will get back to you within 24 business hours.