VIC/TAS: Employer Sponsored Visas for Beginners (F2F)
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Session information

Date: Wednesday 3 April 2024

Venue: Macpherson Kelley, Level 7/600 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC

Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm - Member Support Session: Employer Sponsored Visas for Beginners 

Format: Face to face (if you wish to attend online only, register here)

Presenters:

Kian Bone | Principal Lawyer, employment, safety and migration | MARN 1069183

Acting for clients as diverse as ASX 200 and Forbes 500 companies to asylum seekers, Kian has gained a breadth of experience that provides him with the ability to tackle everything across the migration spectrum. This breadth of experience includes advocacy work, something that Kian is particularly passionate about. Kian has represented numerous clients in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in the Migration and Refugee Division and the General Division, as well as in the Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court.

Kim Heap | Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law | Principal Lawyer, WPM Lawyers 

Highly regarded for finding strategic solutions for clients in complex or unique situations, Kim has particular experience navigating the skilled, employer sponsored and temporary activity visa frameworks. Kim also assists clients in complex situations including visa refusal and cancellation matters, and review applications in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Kim’s passion for helping the vulnerable shines through in her work with a range of not-for-profit community organisations who provide support and assistance to migrants, including refugees and victims of family violence. Her community contributions were recognised by receiving the 2019 Young Australian Migration Lawyer of the Year Award from the Law Council of Australia, and the 2021 Pro Bono Legal Award from the Law Society of Tasmania.

Promoting greater understanding of migration law issues drives Kim in her roles as Vice President of the Migration Institute of Australia’s Victoria / Tasmania Branch, and as a University Associate at the University of Tasmania. A sought after presenter on topics including visas, Kim contributes to ongoing migration law education for migration professionals, employers, law students and migrants.

5:30pm - 8:00pm Networking at the Royal Melbourne Hotel, 629 Bourke St, Melbourne

  
 

VIC/TAS: Employer Sponsored Visas for Beginners (F2F)

Complimentary Member Event

Session information

Date: Wednesday 3 April 2024

Venue: Macpherson Kelley, Level 7/600 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC

Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm - Member Support Session: Employer Sponsored Visas for Beginners 

Format: Face to face (if you wish to attend online only, register here)

Presenters:

Kian Bone | Principal Lawyer, employment, safety and migration | MARN 1069183

Acting for clients as diverse as ASX 200 and Forbes 500 companies to asylum seekers, Kian has gained a breadth of experience that provides him with the ability to tackle everything across the migration spectrum. This breadth of experience includes advocacy work, something that Kian is particularly passionate about. Kian has represented numerous clients in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in the Migration and Refugee Division and the General Division, as well as in the Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court.

Kim Heap | Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law | Principal Lawyer, WPM Lawyers 

Highly regarded for finding strategic solutions for clients in complex or unique situations, Kim has particular experience navigating the skilled, employer sponsored and temporary activity visa frameworks. Kim also assists clients in complex situations including visa refusal and cancellation matters, and review applications in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Kim’s passion for helping the vulnerable shines through in her work with a range of not-for-profit community organisations who provide support and assistance to migrants, including refugees and victims of family violence. Her community contributions were recognised by receiving the 2019 Young Australian Migration Lawyer of the Year Award from the Law Council of Australia, and the 2021 Pro Bono Legal Award from the Law Society of Tasmania.

Promoting greater understanding of migration law issues drives Kim in her roles as Vice President of the Migration Institute of Australia’s Victoria / Tasmania Branch, and as a University Associate at the University of Tasmania. A sought after presenter on topics including visas, Kim contributes to ongoing migration law education for migration professionals, employers, law students and migrants.

5:30pm - 8:00pm Networking at the Royal Melbourne Hotel, 629 Bourke St, Melbourne

  
When
3/04/2024 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
AUS Eastern Summer Time
Where
Macpherson Kelley Level 7/600 Bourke St Melbourne, VIC 3000 AUSTRALIA
Registration not available.
  • Wednesday, 3 April 2024
  • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Member: $0.00
    Non-member: $NA
  • Melbourne
  • Apr 3, 2024 18:00:00