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Jess Jeyaneshan

Migration Lawyer

"WLW lawyers are very supportive and are able to deliver to client's expectations. We are grateful and recommend their services to all prospective clients!!!" - Alex

Jess completed her Bachelor of Laws at Deakin University and Practical Legal Training at the College of Law and was admitted to the legal profession in 2022.

Prior to joining WLW as a lawyer, Jess worked as a paralegal at the firm and volunteered at Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. Jess’ interest in Migration Law began with her family’s personal experience with the migration process, and the complex nature of the Australian migration system. Jess hopes to use her experience and knowledge to assist and deliver successful outcomes to her clients, whilst advocating and bridging the gap between community and private legal services.


  • Bachelor of Laws, Deakin University
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, College of Law
  • Australian practicing certificate
  • Supreme Court of Victoria, Admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of Victoria

Latest Resources

10 May 2024 changes to Australian student visas

An increase to the financial capacity requirement for Student and Student Guardian visas will be effective from 10 May 2024.

The subclass 482 ‘Genuine Position Requirement’

Demonstrating that a position for which you are nominating a foreign worker is 'genuine' can be a particularly tricky requirement to meet under the subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage visa program.

What is the Australian Market Salary Rate?

If you are a business looking to nominate a prospective foreign employee, one of the requirements that you will have to meet is the determination of the position’s Annual Market Salary Rate (AMSR).