|About||Parish Patience Bitel Immigration Lawyers|
Walter Parish established his Law Practice in Sydney in 1888. He was joined a few years later by John Patience and the firm became Parish Patience. The firm has been continuously in the forefront of legal practice ever since, with the names of the two original partners being kept long after they had both died.
David Bitel joined the firm in 1976, originally working in Family Law under Ross Barwick. He soon switched to Immigration Law where he found his major interest. He became an acknowledged expert in the field and by the time of his recent death he had been accredited by the Law Society of NSW as a Specialist in Australian Immigration Law since accreditation over 20 years ago.
The firm has now been incorporated under the name Parish Patience Bitel. The legal Practice Manager is Michael Jones, who is also an Accredited Specialist in Australian Immigration Law. Michael work with David in Parish Patience from 1989 until 2000, then returned as a consultant and Senior Counsel in 2013. In that position he and David successfully ran two landmark Court cases that overturned the interpretation of the law by the Department of Immigration and Migration Review Tribunal in dozens of decisions.
• Michael Jones - Legal Practice Manager, Accredited Specialist in Migration Law - (MARN: 9255530)
• Mahalingam Sutharshan (Shan) - Director, Registered Migration Agent - (MARN: 0961664)
• Thong Nguyen - Director, Migration Agent Migration Agents-(MARN: 0322836)
• RUWAN SAMARASINGHE, Solicitor and Registered Migration Agent - (MARN: 0427978)
• Kazusa Higashioka, Solicitor, Registered Migration Agent, and Qualified Education Agent Counsellor - (MARN:1576947)
• Alasdair Dougall, Solicitor, and Registered Migration Agent -
• Mohammed Dawood Ali Hyder Ali Khan, Registered Migration Agent - (MARN: 0741639)
|Awards||The Law Society of NSW Accredited Specialist|
*Business & Investment visas
*Employer Sponsored Visa (457)
*Permanent Employer Sponsored Migration – ENS and RSMS
*RRT/MRT / FMC / HC Appeals
*Non Immigration law Matters
*Other Family and Child Migration
*Asylum Seekers Refugee Visa
*IELTS - APB Education