Through our global capability, we also specialise in advising clients on their visa applications outside of Australia. As a key member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW) and IR Global, we can connect our clients to over 850 firms in 150 different legal jurisdictions in order to support their migration requirements.
Koffels specialises in a full range of migration services in support of its clients. This includes migration advice, the preparation of applications and complex appeals. Our expertise includes advice and representation for:
- Student visas
- Partner visas
- Other family visas
- Business Innovation visas
- Significant and Premium Investor visas
- Skilled Migration
- Employer-sponsored visas – 457 and ENS
- Resident Return visas
- Visa applications in foreign jurisdictions
- Special circumstances and appeal work
- Ministerial Intervention
We provide assistance at all stages of the application, from advising you as to your options for the preparation of documents, applications, the assessment process and, if necessary, appeals.
We are also able to advise investor visa applicants as to their foreign investment requirements in Australia and can provide legal advice in making their decisions.
For those wishing to settle in Australia, we provide ongoing legal and commercial support such as buying and selling properties in Australia, business start-ups, assist in arranging investments, wills and other services necessary to starting up in Australia or abroad.
Clients’ circumstances are assessed on a case by case basis to ensure that the best avenue is selected. Our staff are also fluent in a wide range of languages, including Cantonese, Korean and Mandarin.
Please contact our office for a free initial consultation. We can assess your circumstances and advise you of the best application path and the costs involved.
Ross Koffel is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN: 0006391) and clients can be assured of a professional standard of service. A copy of the Code of Conduct for Migration Agents can be found at https://www.mara.gov.au/media/553229/Code_of_Conduct_April_2017.pdf.