Chik Hong Chua

Solicitor
Hong Legal
Melbourne
3173 4258 (30)
ua.moc.lagelgnoh@ch
honglegal.com.au
Level 11, 456 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Areas of Practice
Immigration

Chik Hong Chua

Qualifications & Registration

Bachelor of Laws (Monash University)
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Leo Cussen Institute)
Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1170774)

Background

Hong is the founder and principal lawyer of Hong Legal. He was admitted as an Australian Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2008 and in the Federal Court and the High Court of Australia in 2009. He has been practising exclusively in the area of immigration law since 2011.

Prior to setting up his own legal practice, Hong worked at a boutique law firm alongside two LIV accredited immigration law specialists. He is experienced in dealing with all the different stages within the immigration law framework from visa application, citizenship application to visa cancellation, appeals to Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Migration & Refugee Division), judicial review in the Federal Circuit Court and Ministerial Intervention request under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth). Some examples of the type of visa that Hong has handled include but not limited to business skills, parent, partner, other family, resident return, employer-sponsored, individual skilled etc.

His extensive experience and familiarity with the nuances of the complex and constantly evolving areas of immigration law allows him to offer practical advice and solutions to his clients’ immigration issues and needs.

Hong speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay.

Professional membership

– Law Institute of Victoria
– Migration Institute of Australia

Code of Conduct for registered migration agents: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/553229/Code_of_Conduct_April_2017.pdf

蔡志峰律师

资质

法学学士(澳大利亚Monash University)
法律实践文凭(澳大利亚Leo Cussen Institute)
注册移民代理号(MARN 1170774)

背景

蔡志峰律师是Hong Legal – 蔡志峰律师事务所的创办人及首席律师。于2008年获得维多利亚州最高法院的澳大利亚律师资格,随后于2009年获取澳大利亚联邦法院和澳大利亚最高法院担任事务律师的资格。他从2011年一直专注于移民法。

建立Hong Legal – 蔡志峰律师事务所之前,蔡律师在一家历史悠久的律师事务所工作多年并与两名维州律师公会鉴定的移民法律专家一起工作,累积了丰富的移民申办经验。蔡律师办理过不同阶段的移民案件,包括签证申请,公民申请,签证取消,上诉AAT仲裁庭(移民与难民),上诉联邦巡回法院以及提出移民部长干预请求。他对多种的签证类别都有很好的了解,办理过的签证类别包括但不限于商业技术,父母,伴侣,其它家庭成员,居民往返, 雇主担保,个人技术,等等。

他熟悉复杂且不断更新的澳大利亚移民法,使他能够为客户的移民问题和需求提供实际可行的解决方案。

蔡律师精通普通话,广东话和马来语。

专业会员

– 维多利亚律师公会会员
– 澳大利亚移民学会会员

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