Oksana Demyanchuk

Head of Immigration

About Oksana

Oksana is our leading immigration lawyer who has attained the highest level of OISC accreditation (Level 3) which allows her to deal with the most complex of immigration cases including appeals and representations at the tribunals. Oksana has over seven years’ experience, is dealing with a heavy caseload of immigration matters and is a great mentor and a supervisor.

She is a master of her legal craft. Exceptionally talented and dedicated, Oksana provides high quality immigration advice and impeccable service. She outstands in her submissions when highlighting the subtle case details. Exclusively attentive to the issues at hand. Her robust and can-do approach always gives positive outcome. Oksana is highly recognized for her friendly approach, fearless attitude when facing challenges and excellent client care.

Oksana has a natural ability to spot potential difficulties in the case with high attention to details. Oksana’s success rate and immigration law expertise are impressive and it is always a pleasure working with her. She always demonstrates her passion in law and finds the best strategies to resolve the most complex immigration cases.  Being creative, practical and pragmatic, Oksana supports her clients and makes sure the immigration process runs as smooth as possible.  Oksana is also a determined with excellent communication and negotiations skills.

Oksana believes every case has a chance of success if dealt with in a right manner and professionalism and offers a tailored approach to each and every client and is renowned for her efficiency with each case.

Oksana is known for her commitment to the clients and desire to ensure a positive result in every matter and is a highly sought-after lawyer with most of her clients coming via recommendations from highly satisfied clients.



Areas of Expertise

  • Appeals
  • Corporate Immigration
  • PBS Applications
  • Family Migration
  • Naturalisation
  • Long Residence
  • Settlement
  • Human Rights
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