Legal pathways to set up a business, invest, or hire overseas talent
Business is competing for talent in a global pool — and Australia has a range of competitive advantages to place us as a country of choice to start a business, relocate a business, or grow your business with overseas talent.
Migrating to Australia can be a complex process. Australia’s migration laws change often and can be hard to understand and apply. Our migration lawyers cut through the confusion to provide honest and straightforward advice on different visa, citizenship and appeal processes.
Get legal advice from business migration lawyers who can find the right migration pathway for your business needs and manage government red tape. Our team has refined a business focused migration program for businesses ready to invest, relocate, or grow using overseas talent in Australia.
Our lawyers speak your language
Our lawyers speak many languages – including Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Indian and Greek.
Business migration solutions
Whether you want to support skilled workers to migrate to Australia, or you’re an overseas business ready to relocate, our team is across the complexities of the business and investor visa program.
We specialise in:
- business visas
- global talent visas
- skilled visas
How we help
- Advising on, preparing and lodging visa and citizenship applications
- Skilled migration visa advice
- Appealing visa refusals and nomination refusals
- Employee or business owner visa cancellations
- Australian citizenship applications
- Planning custom migration pathways to fit your situation
- Finding business and employment opportunities in Australia
- Linking clients with Australian services like accountants, business brokers, and recruiters
- Responding to a Notification of Intention to Consider Cancellation or Natural Justice letter
- Appealing visa refusal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal
Who we act for in business migration matters
Our recent matters include acting for:
- a large property development company looking to hire qualified overseas workers
- a successful business owner wanting to develop their own business in Australia
- a successful investor seeking to invest in Australia
- a visa holder facing visa cancellation on the basis of fraud allegations
- a visa holder seeking to appeal a visa refusal matter to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal