Migration Law

Migration Law

Migration law governs immigration and deportation from and to a country and is referred to as the national statutes, regulations and legal precedents.


Migration law is distinct from matters such as naturalisation and citizenship. Each country usually maintains migration laws to control the entry, exit, and internal rights, including the duration that a person stays in a country, where a person can move, and whether a person can participate in commerce and Government!


We at King Lawyers deal with various types of visa applications. Our team assists the clients at all stages of visa application, including the post lodgement phase reapplying for the refused applications. 

Our team is always up-to-date and is well aware of the latest industry developments. We strive to turn your dreams into reality whether you are migrating as an individual, family, or business. 

We have English, Urdu, and Hindi speakers on our team to serve clients from Asia and Australia in the language they are comfortable with.

Sub Services

Migration Law in Federal Court


The migration law in federal court is authorised to have appellate jurisdiction to hear and determine: 
Appeals from the final decision by the Federal Circuit and Family Court
Applications for leave to appeal from an interlocutory decision by the Federal Court and Family Court
Application to extend the time to appeal from a Family Court and Federal Court decision.

Federal Court Circuit


The federal court circuit is authorised to review the decisions made under the migration act 1958. The decisions the federal court circuit can inspect include the findings by the Minister of Immigration, Multicultural Affairs, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and the Citizenship and Immigration Assessment Authority.

Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT)


The AAT is responsible for providing the independent merit review of various administrative decisions made by the Australian Government. The AAT reviews the findings under the commonwealth and Norfolk law.