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We can assist employers and individuals with their immigration and visa related issues. Our immigration lawyers are familiar with all visa classes and appeals processes.

Welcome to Tim Smith Lawyers

Tim Smith Lawyers’ highly experienced immigration lawyers can provide assistance with all visa applications including:

  • Business skills
  • Skilled Migration
  • Employer Sponsored Migration
  • Subclass 482 working visas
  • Student visas
  • Family Migration
  • Visa cancellations
  • Migration Review Tribunal appeals
  • Refugee Review Tribunal appeals; and
  • Federal Court appeals.

Our lawyers can assist throughout the whole migration process. Our immigration lawyers will assist from the very beginning of the process with the form filling to lodging the visa applications to the Department of Immigration. Even once the application has been lodged we continue to act for our clients diligently by following up the visa application status with the Immigration Department.

Our immigration lawyers are experienced also in assisting clients with appeals and reviews. We are able to assist with all applications for review to the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Tribunal) for people who may have had their visa applications refused.

We can also assist with all appeals to Australian courts (Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia).

Migration and Visa Services

Our service is professional and efficient, drawing on our extensive legal training and professional experience. Let us take the stress out of the application and lodgement process by providing a friendly and streamlined legal service aiming to achieve the desired visa outcome in the shortest possible time.

Reviews and Appeals

Even if your visa application has been unsuccessful, there are still options available. Immigration Department decisions can be reviewed by application to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. We can also assist with appeals to the Federal Courts.