Alexander Kaufman is an Australian Immigration Lawyer with 18 years' experience in business, investment and employment related migration and the provision of associated legal services. Alex leads the Migration Law team of Longton Legal in Sydney. He is the NSW/ ACT Branch Vice President of the Migration Institute of Australia and is recognised by Doyles Guide as one of the top Immigration Lawyers in in NSW for the last two years running.
Adept at bridging the gaps between immigration and employment law, Alex also has the analytical skills and experience to anticipate the tangential factors that can arise from taking a particular course of action and adapt to the constant changes in Australian immigration law and policy.
Alex’s notable Clients include engineering firms, health service providers, financial institutions, recruitment businesses, education providers and high-net-worth individuals. He has acted for two major banks in relation to immigration compliance following a merger and transition to a single Authorised Deposit-Taking Institution, a global Fortune 500 company, and a major e-commerce and online payments conglomerate in relation to immigration compliance following a demerger.
Just this week, Alex joined an esteemed panel including the former Prime Minister of Malta at Citizen Pathway’s GLOBAL INVESTMENT MIGRATION CONFERENCE 2022.
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*Disclaimer: This is intended as general information only and not to be construed as legal advice. The above information is subject to changes over time. You should always seek professional advice beforetaking any course of action.*
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