Virginia, US

Navpreet has extensive experience working with corporate clients from a wide range of industry sectors including banking and financial services, telecommunications and information technology, engineering, and professional services. Navpreet has worked on a wide range of visa applications including temporary work, temporary business and employer nominated permanent residence. She has also assisted businesses with exchange and training and research visas. 

She has prepared technically sound submissions on individual migration and citizenship applications and has in-depth experience with skilled migration visas and family visas (including partner and parent). 

Navpreet has worked on numerous complex immigration matters involving health and character issues in connection with temporary and permanent visa applications. 

Navpreet has also advised on and assisted with applications by protection, visa applicants under the Immigration Advice and Application Assistance Scheme (IAAAS), persons subject to a Protection Obligation Evaluation and Independent Protection Assessments including matters at the Refugee Review Tribunal.

Education


The University of Sydney | Master of Law, 2011
Macquarie University | Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Law, 2008

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Immigration Credentials: Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1069114)

Court Admissions: Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales, 2009

Member, Migration Institute of Australia

Member, The Law Society of New South Wales

Partnered with a large multinational to provide strategic advice regarding corporate structures for Australia so that the company could obtain sponsorship status in Australia and movement of its staff

Assisted a private client who was detained by immigration officials for being unlawful. Navpreet was engaged by the individual’s employer to provide advice regarding his options going forward. She liaised with the Department for the client to obtain a longer bridging visa E (BVE) in order for him to remain in the country to settle his affairs. Navpreet also provided advice on the individual’s options for a partner visa application and future 457 visas and the level of risk involved with these options

Worked on a very large 186 Temporary Transition Stream (TRTS) health waiver request for a corporate employee whose daughter has down syndrome. Successfully argued that the costs could be mitigated

Assisted clients with Resident Return Visa (RRV) refusals including how to demonstrate business, cultural, employment or personal ties of benefit to Australia, and the chances of being granted another RRV