Alice Graziotti SENIOR IMMIGRATION ADVISER | LAWYER | REGISTERED MIGRATION AGENT
Admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia
Member of the Law Society of Western Australia
Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1683374)
Alice is a senior immigration adviser, lawyer and registered migration agent with Estrin Saul Lawyers.
She has a particular passion for several areas of migration law – specifically character (s501, s116 and other visa cancellation and refusal provisions), complex citizenship applications and the family violence provisions. She also enjoys the challenges of Visitor visa applications from “high-risk” countries or applicants. She regularly assists clients at the Departmental stage as well as at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Federal Court.
She has also given a number of workshops and presentations for the Migration Institute of Australia, Law Society and Law Council of Australia and in 2018 was nominated for the John Gibson AM Award for Young Australian Migration Lawyer of the Year.
“The service provided by the firm was exceptional from the start. We were given wrong advice from our previous migration agent and had the visa refused, and were lost, frustrated and confused with what to do next. Armed with their experience and knowledge in the law, Daniel Estrin and his team helped meticulously craft a plan to assist us. Special thanks has to go to Alice who was able to calmly help us overcome hurdles and roadblocks that we faced during the process, in the most painless way as possible. We highly recommend anyone who is uncertain or having issues with the migration process, to go through Estrin and Saul. #thisfirmisawesome ” – RH & YZ
“Legal English language could be very complicated, when struck with NOICC storm it’s advised to visit the best and be honest. We did that in our complicated case, rightly suggested by my spouse we chose Estrin Saul to represent us. We met Alice and her thorough understanding of the immigration laws and her genuine interest in our case helped us to put forward our response in a timely manner. She imbibed confidence in us and helped us understand the process, and also made us aware of their capabilities to help us represent through to the last possible step if required. Luckily their representation was accepted by the Department allowing us to survive the NOICC storm.” – Name withheld
College of Law, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (2015)
University of Western Australia, Bachelor of Laws (2014)
University of Western Australia, Bachelor of Arts (2014)
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