Professional Lawyer

Leila is a lawyer practising extensively in Immigration Law, Family Law and other aras of law. She is a qualified Solicitor of the High Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Queensland. She has been a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 0848264) for more than 12 years with extensive amount of experience. Leila has successfully obtained permanent resident visas on:

Qualified Lawyer and Solicitor

Leila has completed a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern Queensland and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Queensland University of Technology. Leila also holds a Bachelor’ degree in Economics and a postgraduate degree in Australian Migration Law from Griffith University, which makes her a very successful Iranian Immigration Lawyer.

Leila has a Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution and is a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.

Experienced Migration Agent

Leila has extensive experience in researching, reading and interpreting Australian Migration law. She is also a well-known Iranian Lawyer in Migration Law.

She is skilled in all kinds of Australian visas and immigration process – from the assessment of client’s case against migration law and completing relatively straightforward visa applications to undertaking complex applications requiring detailed arguments and submissions.

Leila also has a diverse and varied background in the biggest multinational companies such as Sharp, Schneider Electric and IBM in Dubai and Australia. These experiences have instilled a sense of maturity, emotional intelligence and confidence to deal with clients from culturally diverse backgrounds.

Being a migrant herself, Leila is able to reach out to her clients at a personal level. She is highly client-focused and capable of handling complicated matters.

Contact Leila

Speak to Leila by calling us on 07 3344 2888 or email her at info@timeslawyers.com.au or leila@timeslawyers.com.au.

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