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Mai Luong

Migration Lawyer

"The team at the WLW was always prompt in responding to my inquiries and kept me updated on the progress of my case. I highly recommend this firm to anyone in need of immigration services." - Muse

Mai completed her JD at Melbourne Law School and Practical Legal Training at Leo Cussen Centre for Law in 2022 and was admitted to the legal profession in 2023. Mai also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Arts, majoring in Politics and International Studies from the University of Melbourne.

Prior to WLW Migration Lawyers, Mai worked for several international organisations that embraced multiculturalism and diversity, which has strongly influenced her career path.  She is interested in global migration governance and how the current norms and practices of global institutions can have an impact on migration policies worldwide.


  • Bachelor of Arts (Political and International Studies), The University of Melbourne
  • Juris Doctor, The University of Melbourne
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Leo Cussen Centre for Law
  • Supreme Court of Australia, 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).