Dr Jan Gothard HEALTH AND DISABILITY SPECIALIST | REGISTERED MIGRATION AGENT
Jan Gothard is a registered migration agent specialising in the field of health and disability. Before taking up migration law, Jan taught history at Murdoch University, where she remains an adjunct professor and lectures regularly on the health requirements to the Graduate Migration Law program. She has researched and published extensively in the area of migration and disability, with her publications in the field including Blue China: Single Female Migration to Colonial Australia (2001) and Greater Expectations Living with Down Syndrome in the Twenty-first Century (2011). Jan has been an advocate in a number of high profile disability cases over the past decade on behalf of the Down Syndrome Association of Australia and she currently advises clients of the WA AIDS Council, Down Syndrome Australia and the Humanitarian Group on health or disability-related migration matters. In 2001 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to literature and society.
Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1569102)
Professional membership: Migration Institute of Australia
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