Yuriy Lysenko

Partner

Yuriy Lysenko is a co-founder of Sterling Law, and has more than 10 years of legal experience, the majority of which as a Partner.

Yuriy is committed to dealing with complicated applications in a constructive and sensitive way with an emphasis on a cost-effective resolution. His experience enables him to understand a client’s precise need and assist them in making the right decision to facilitate the best outcome.

Yuriy has extensive experience in the field of personal immigration. He is praised by clients for his friendly, courteous, efficient and personalised approach. Yuriy’s extensive knowledge enables him to offer clear solutions to complex immigration problems.

Areas of Expertise

  • Personal immigration
  • Business immigration
  • Human Rights
  • Asylum applications

Professional memberships & registrations:

  • Listed in Legal 500
  • OISC (Office of Immigration Services Commissioner)
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