Elly Fleming | Pitt & Moore, Lawyers in Nelson
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Technology Sydney (2005)
- Bachelor of Laws, University of New South Wales (2003)
- Bachelor of Arts, University of New South Wales (2000)
- Member of the Auckland District Law Society
- Member of the New South Wales Law Society
Elly has over 12 years’ Australian immigration industry experience and is currently qualified to practice as a solicitor in New Zealand. She is extremely responsive, very easy to deal with and passionate about her work.
Known for her dedication and results driven approach, Elly has successfully assisted clients from all over the world to secure different types of visas.
Elly is passionate about untangling the complexities of immigration law for her clients while strategically guiding them to achieve their goals. Elly believes that listening to – and understanding – clients is the most important foundation upon which good immigration advice is built and is the key to helping clients to make either Australia or New Zealand their home.
Elly has extensive experience in providing full, end-to-end assistance with residence applications under the Skilled Migrant, Residence from Work and Family categories. She is highly experienced in dealing with the often complex immigration policy requirements for these visa categories.
Another core area of practice for Elly is representing clients in their appeals to the Immigration and Protection Tribunal. Elly’s in depth knowledge of the Tribunal’s processes and procedures means that she can give her clients timely, practical and direct advice, particularly on their prospects of success.
She has been involved in a number of significant appeals against deportation liability as well as concerning residence class visas.Read More about this Practice Area
Elly has assisted individuals in relation to the full range of Australian visas, including skilled migration, employer sponsored migration, family migration, distinguished talent, resident return, visitor and business skills visas as well as Australian citizenship matters.
She has advised corporations and individuals on complex technical issues regarding immigration visa eligibility as well as compliance obligations.
Elly has a particular interest and background in administrative law and merits review, allowing her to give pragmatic advice on matters such as challenging visa refusal decisions before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.Read More about this Practice Area