Aejis Migration, a division of Aejis Legal, is a highly specialised team of registered Australian migration agents and immigration lawyers in Brisbane with strong credentials and prominent standing in the field.
Our team works together to ensure you have access to the best legal advice, relocation industry know-how and connections when making your decision to migrate to Australia.
We provide cost-effective solutions that are tailored to suit you, your family and your business’ unique needs and goals.
Our mission is to ensure that your transition to the Australian way of life is smooth, effective and prosperous.
Aejis Legal also offers a range of legal services in Commercial Law, Property Law, Family Law and Succession Law.
Why Work With Aejis Migration?
By facilitating your Australian immigration process from beginning to end, we take the hassle out of your visa application and endeavour to provide you with efficient, cost-effective and quality service.
The team at Aejis Migration have many years of experience dealing with highly complex and intricate immigration matters. We strive to consistently provide positive outcomes for each and every one of our clients from around the world.
Our multicultural team has helped foreign nationals from China, Hong Kong, Asia, South Africa, the UK, Europe, Canada and the US secure their new lives in Australia.
We have the capability to communicate in English, Mandarin and Cantonese and understand the subtleties of all cultures and needs on both a personal and professional level.
As members of the Queensland Law Society, holders of Legal Practice Certificates and Certificates of Indemnity from Lexon Insurance, you can have a peace of mind that we are backed by an institutional and regulated framework.
This means that we are accountable for absolutely everything we do. All of our lawyers are also supported by a professional fidelity fund which provides a further level of protection with respect to monies held by us in our trust account.
Unlike MARA agents, our legal staff are required to hold university qualifications and undergo practical legal training as prerequisites to admission.
When dealing with us, you can rest assured that you are dealing with experts with the necessary qualifications, an established track record and proven reliability.
Our Legal Experts
Aejis Migration has helped many individuals, families and businesses achieve their dreams of becoming Australian residents.
We are registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (Office of the MARA) in Australia, authorising us to provide migration advice.
We operate under a strict Code of Conduct administered by MARA, ensuring professional conduct. Where migration agents are only subject to MARA guidelines, our lawyers are also subject to the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld), Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules, and the Queensland Legal Services Commission.
This means that we are legally obligated to protect your confidential information and that you are covered by the laws surrounding legal professional privilege, among other things.
Our lawyers regularly participate in professional courses to update and expand their knowledge of migration regulations and policy, meaning we continuously keep you informed of any changes to the law.
Explore our client testimonials and success stories to see for yourself how cost-effective and simple it is to achieve your relocation goals when working with a highly qualified team.
Christian is the Legal Practitioner Director of Aejis.
He has been engaged in legal practice for over 18 years and is a member of the Queensland Law Society.
He is admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland, the Supreme Court of New South Wales, the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia.
Christian is a MARA registered agent and has developed a substantial migration practice.
He has significant litigation expertise and has conducted appeals in the Federal Court of Australia and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in relation to migration matters.
Christian also has significant expertise in commercial and property law and has developed a substantial network within the Australian business community.
This position gives Christian access to a broad range of opportunities for business and investment outcomes that our clients can look to leverage.
Karry joined Aejis in 2017 after graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce.
Her specialties include commercial and migration law and she also has experience in the field of accountancy.
Karry has an intimate knowledge of Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong culture and customs and she is a fluent speaker of Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
This puts her in the unique position of being able to work closely with Christian and our international clients, serving as a cultural bridge to navigate the subtleties of the Australian visa application processes.
Ross is an immigration lawyer and registered migration agent that also has experience with commercial, intellectual property, consumer, litigation and privacy law.
He graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Laws and International Relations in 2016.
Ross’ passion to practice migration law stems from his interest in learning about new cultures and meeting people from different backgrounds.
Having the opportunity to assist people to start a new life in Australia is also one of the key reasons why he became an immigration lawyer.
With a wide and varied network of well credentialled industry connections at his disposable, Ross can connect you with the right people to successfully grow your business or investment portfolios.
Free Visa Assessment
Help our immigration lawyers identify the best Australian business visa options for you.
By answering all of the questions accurately and in as much detail as possible, the immigration lawyer handling your file
will be able to better assess your visa options.
This helps us to confirm the eligibility of your application and we can propose a tailored fee structure suited to your unique needs.
Upon submitting this form, you will be contacted within 1 business day to arrange a time to have a consultation
to discuss the outcome of your assessment and the next steps to securing your passage to Australia.