Dan Jebsen | Founding Partner


LLB.(Hons), LLM., GDLP., LPMC. Solicitor, High Court of Australia Secretary, MIA MARN: 1281101

+61 401763237 dan@auslaw.com.au
  • 2020: Register or Practitioners, High Court of Australia
  • 2019: Secretary, Migration Institute of Australia (QLD & NT)
  • 2012: Solicitor, Supreme Court of Queensland
  • 2013:Qualified Education Agent Counsellor, PIER
  • 2012: Registered Migration Agent, Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority
  • 2012: Member, Migration Institute of Australia
  • 2020-Current: Founder&Legal Practitioner Director, Auslaw Partners, Australia
  • 2017-2020: Migration Lawyer, the Migration Place/ Irish Bentley Lawyers, Australia
  • 2012-2017: Team Leader/Manager/Migration adviser, Emergico Migration, Australia
  • 2011-2012: Legal Intern, Australian Taxation office, Australia
  • 2020: Legal Practice Management (Distinction), The College of Law
  • 2018: Master of Law, major in Immigration law, Australian National University
  • 2012: Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Queensland University of Technology
  • 2008-2011: Bachelor of Law (Honours), Queensland University of Technology
  • Immigration Law
  • Family Law
  • International Law and Litigation.
  • Dan is a lawyer, registered migration agent and a member of Migration Institute of Australia. Dan has extensive experience across the full range of visa types. With over 10 years of experiences managing very busy workload, Dan has an exceptional record in assisting clients secure residency in Australia. Dan is specialized in handling complicated Migration matters, preparing public interest criterion submissions including 4020 and three years preclusion ban waivers, character and health waivers, advising and assisting with refusals and cancellations of visas and if appropriate preparing applications for review in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, courts or seeking Ministerial Intervention. Alongside her work, Dan undertakes a number of voluntary positions, including Secretary of Migration Institute of Australia (QLD & NT), the leading association for migration professionals, voluntary solicitor at Pine Rivers community legal services since 2011. These positions and experience allow her to given back to the migration professional community and use her expertise and network to support those who are in need. Dan is proud to be recognised for her pro bono contributions.
  • Successfully obtained exemption from the Minister of Immigration for British couples illegally detained in Australia. And successfully submitted the visa.
  • Nearly 100 appealed and obtained visas for applicants accused of providing false information during the visa application process. Zero failure cases.
  • For a Chinese lady who has been illegally detained in Australia for more than three years, successfully obtained a spouse visa within six months.
  • Successfully obtained student visas for student visa holders who have been illegally detained in Australia for more than half a year.
  • Provide entry and exit visa applications for relevant staff and employees for enterprises and institutions in Australia, overseas, and government departments.
  • Acted for many visa refusals and cancellation appeals, and successfully helped the applicants obtain visas.

Secretary, Migration Institute of Australia (QLD & NT)

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