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Fozail Sukhera
Migration Consultant
With experience in a variety of Australian visa and migration streams, Fozail is a practising Registered Migration Agent and also represents clients in Migration Review Tribunal. Fozail is multilingual and helps our clients from multi-cultural backgrounds.

Anna Ryburn
Lawyer and Migration Agent
Anna Ryburn is a practicing lawyer and Migration Agent with over 18 years of experience. She consults for complicated visa matters, Review appeals for visa refusal in AAT, Federal Courts, and deal with Ministerial Interventions.

Achudhan Sivaguru (Dan)
Legal Consultant
Dan is practising solicitor and Registered Migration Agent. His expertise include representation of clients up to High Court level of Australia. Dan is multi lingual and consults for Sublime Migration Services.

Rana Sajjad
Rana, being a fully qualified and experienced Australian Accountant, is an important team member. He looks after the company's accounts for local business in Australia and overseas ventures.

Lee Turner
Business Development Manager
Lee has recently joined our team with special focus to develop business in overseas markets. He is responsible for developing and maintaining productive relationships with international corporate clients.

Japanese Coordinator and Interpreter
Sayoko coordinates with Japanese background clients. She arranges meetings between Japanese clients and Sublime Migration professionals and also offers interpreting services.

Submissions for DIBP and Review Tribunals
We have a team of experienced lawyers, migration agents and technical writers to prepare winning submissions for different visas (e.g. Subclass 457, 187, 186, etc) and review appeals at the AAT. What makes us different from other writers in the market is our knowledge of Migration Law and our professional experience of dealing with Department of Immigration, Review Tribunals, Courts, and other authorities.
The Colours of Australia
All Australians have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to participate freely in Australia's national life while respecting the Australian law. Everyone is expected to uphold the principles and shared values that represent and support Australia's way of life. These include dignity and freedom of individuals, freedom of speech and religion, democracy, equality, and respect of law.
Significance of 05 Nov 2011
This date is important for International students in Australia planning to live beyond their student visa with full work rights. Graduate Visa, subclass 485, is the popular way followed after completion of Australian study. Students, who applied for their first Student Visa before 05 Nov 2011, can only avail Graduate Work stream of this visa and need to have their occupation listed in Skilled Occupation List.
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