Kelli has completed a Bachelor of Laws through the University of Southern Queensland, where she obtained Honors in 2014. At university, Kelli was offered the opportunity to work in an immigration law firm in Brisbane, where she developed her interest in Australian immigration law.
Kelli was originally admitted in Queensland as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in July 2015. She is currently admitted as a solicitor at both the Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of Australia and is also registered as an Australian Migration Agent.
Given the complexity and ever-changing environment of Australian immigration law, Kelli is committed to providing ongoing guidance to her clients in their applications and legal submissions. Kelli is experienced in Appeals to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for refusals and cancellations of visas, Ministerial Intervention requests, family visas and corporate visas. Kelli has further experience in skilled visas, parent visas, mitigation of schedule 3, mitigation of character issues, health waivers, student visas, visitor visas and citizenship applications and refugee visas. Kelli has been working in Australian immigration law since late 2013. She is passionate about helping people from all walks of life and providing practical advice and migration pathways to her clients.