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I’ve completed my Juris Doctor degree in Australia!

Hi guys!
I’m thrilled to share some fantastic news with you all – I’ve successfully completed my Juris Doctor degree in Australia! 🎉

Back in 2020, right before the pandemic hit, I decided to start my studies. But, of course, I couldn’t leave my clients behind, so what was supposed to be a 2-year program turned into 4 years (part-time study). To be a professional is highly important for me!

So, why did I decide to pursue this degree, you might ask? Many people think that only lawyers can represent clients in tribunals, and that’s why I went to study. Others assume that our prices will skyrocket and compete with the high fees of law firms. But both are not our case.

Here’s my answer: it became essential for me to understand how the Australian legal system works, and to know which button to press and which doors to knock on when our clients face unique challenges on their migration journey. I wanted to be certain of what I can do when other agents give up on clients when a case is refused. Now, I can confidently say I know where I should dig deeper to find the root cause and resolve the issue. Believe me, these insights were worth four years of sleepless nights, countless thick textbooks, and exam stress.

These have been an intense and rewarding 4 years, during which I not only gained a wealth of new knowledge and my master’s degree but also tripled my migration practice, met amazing people, and visited nearly every state in Australia (Northern Territory, we will meet soon!).

I can’t overstate the contribution of my precious family and loyal team, who supported me every step of the way and continue to stand by me in all my endeavours. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

And a huge thank you to all of you, friends, for your congratulations and kind words. Our service will now be even better and more efficient. Stay tuned!

With love,

Yulia Moiseeva

You can ask me questions at any time.

Just email me at office@yuliamoiseeva.com.au and describe your migration issues!

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