May 18, 2024
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Marsha Bassily, MB Lawyers

Marsha Bassily, MB Lawyers

As a Principal Immigration Lawyer and Notary Public at MB Lawyers, I have over 18 years of experience in advising and assisting international and national clients with Australian immigration law, visa options, and migration compliance. I have a strong track record of delivering successful outcomes for corporate and individual clients across various sectors and industries.

My core competencies include corporate migration, skilled migration, partner and family visas, and review applications. I also have expertise in notarial practice, legal education, and publication. I am passionate about providing quality, efficient, and empathetic legal services to help clients achieve their goals and overcome their challenges. I am a member of several professional associations and hold various credentials in law and migration.

My qualifications and professional memberships are as follows:

  • Bachelor of Law/ Arts, Sydney University, 2004
  • College of Law, NSW, 2005
  • Solicitor of the Court of New South Wales, 2005 to present
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Australia, 2005 to present
  • Solicitor and Barrister of New Zealand High Court. 2022 to present
  • Member of Law Society of New South Wales, 2005 to present
  • Member of the Migration Institute of Australia, 2011, 2023
  • Member of the Migration Alliance, 2011 to present
  • Member of the International Law, Law Council of Australia, 2011
  • Registered Migration Agent with the MARA (MARN 0701366), 2007 to 22 Mar 2021
  • Notary Public 2018 to present.
  • Mentoring Certified¬†

Senior Lawyer. Admitted to the legal profession in 2005, & Notary Public 2018, by NSW Legal Practitioners Board. Registered with NSW Law Society since 2005, Solicitor and Barrister of New Zealand High Court. 2022 to present

02 8999 8012
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New South Wales

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