Fardin Nikjoo is AC Law Group’s migration specialist. He is a solicitor and registered migration agent. Prior to his work at AC Law Group Fardin founded the successful and respected migration agency Nik Brown Migration.
Throughout his career, he has helped people in the community obtain Australian visas for themselves and their loved ones, assisting people here and abroad in the community and in detention. No matter the class of visa, Fardin has experience getting clients the best possible result. From visa applications to challenging refusals or cancellations of visas, Fardin has the knowledge and tenacity to successfully deal with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, tribunals and courts. With migration being one of the most rapidly changing areas of the law, Fardin prides himself on closely monitoring changes to the Migration Act and government policies.Read More
Fardin views immigration law holistically. He understands that having a visa granted is a life changing experience for his clients and their families. He understands the devastation and worry that having a visa refused or cancelled can cause to an individual and families. It for this reason that Fardin works tirelessly to ensure everything within his power is done to put forward the strongest case possible. To this day, Fardin still experiences a sense of pride and satisfaction when he tells a client they can now call Australia home.
Daniel is Sydney born and raised and can aptly be described as an educated battler. Since leaving school in 1997 Daniel has been employed within the provision of legal services (first as a paralegal and later as a solicitor). He has considerable experience in Criminal Law having worked in specialised offices in Sydney, London and New Zealand.
Daniel understands the criminal justice system and realises that oftentimes the first casualty of a criminal charge is damage to your reputation. Daniel always seeks for that damage to be restored. Daniel is loved by AC Law Group’s clients because he is not afraid to put forward their cases to ensure their voice is heard. Since coming to the firm, he has had a remarkable run of results in the Local and District Court.Read More
Daniel was admitted as a solicitor in 2008 graduating from the University of Technology. Since that time Daniel has worked as a solicitor for the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS), Legal Aid NSW and in private practice. Daniel has further sat on the Board at Price of Wales Hospital to improve conditions of those detained under Mental Health Legislation.
Daniel is a formidable opponent to the prosecution during defended hearings, appearances on s10 dismissal arguments, bail applications, mentions, annulments, mental health applications, sentences and severity appeals. He is also astute in negotiating for the withdrawal of criminal charges. If Daniel is your solicitor you can rest assured that he will always be in your corner and always seek to have your reputation to be restored.
Mayaz Raihani is not your everyday lawyer, he’s a genuinely caring problem solver. Combining a list of degrees and qualifications and a Solicitor with a Masters of Law in Commercial Litigation, with years of experience in a diverse range of industries as well as solid experience in growing and running businesses, there isn’t much that Mayaz hasn’t accomplished.
When it comes to giving clients advice you can rest assured that Mayaz will view your matter from a perspective not many Solicitors can see. Thinking outside of the box, Mayaz will offer you possible solutions to any challenge saving you stress, time and money. Where other Solicitors advise their clients to go to court Mayaz quite often finds solutions outside of court resulting in numerous benefits to the client.Read More
Having been involved in a range of matters from extremely complex litigation worth millions of dollars making headlines in the news to simple at the table negotiations, no matter what the challenge, Mayaz is always there to help. His knowledge and research skills are extremely developed almost always resulting in new solutions or arguments.
Outside of legal work Mayaz is often found presenting on a range of topics to organisations, local High Schools as well as mentoring students helping them make the right decisions towards their future career paths.
Feel welcome to give Mayaz a call to chat or just come over in person, he’ll always make time for you.