Queensland Migration Practice is an established migration firm which provides excellent service and expert advice on various immigration issues. At QMP you will be guaranteed with a high quality service and comprehensive advice on any matters which you may come across during your migration experience.
QMP is founded by lawyers who are registered migration agents and have high level of experience in all aspects of Immigration Law. We have a strong understanding and up to date knowledge of the complex migration legislation and regulations which changes drastically on frequent basis. We are able to guide you through the migration process from start to finish and are able to represent you in matters before the Migration Review Tribunal if required.
QMP is a modern, technologically savvy and cost effective firm which means you are guaranteed to receive a high quality service at a reasonable price!
We understand that each individual has unique circumstances and the migration process can be an extremely stressful experience and thus we can come to you outside of the working hours if you are having an urgent matter or we can conduct an online conference.
Unlike other migration firms we focus on quality rather than quantity of files and each client is treated with utmost importance.
We are flexible and can work on ‘No win, no fee’ basis when appropriate and can work out a suitable payment plan if you are experiencing financial difficulties.
In summary, QMP aims to provide you with a smooth migration transition and an excellent outcome as fast as possible. So if you have any questions or would like to have a free consultation call us now!
In the 2012 – 2013 financial year, 190 000 visas were granted.
There are no statistics available as to how many visa were refused. However in the same period, 20 393 applications were lodged to the Migration & Refugee Review Tribunals requesting a review of the Department’s decision to refuse a nomination / visa application or decision to cancel a visa. This suggests that there were also many refusals.
As a Migration Agent, I often hear of the difficulties people have with Australian immigration bureaucracy including upsets, disappointments, and heartaches suffered by applicants and sponsors.
These difficulties are usually the outcome of non-compliance with the requirements set by Government Immigration officials.
At the end of the day, a visa is assessed against specific legal criteria, which is prone to changing.
My aim in this blog is to discuss migration law and procedure, including recent and upcoming changes to the legislation and the application process.
Questions and comments are welcome and I am always interesting in hearing people’s individual experiences with Immigration – the good, the bad and the ugly.