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Molly Rynhart

Migration Lawyer

"I cannot recommend WLW Migration Lawyers highly enough. Their professionalism and ethical approach to migration is second to none."

Molly completed a Bachelor of Graphic Design (Major in Branding and Advertisement) at La Trobe University in 2012. She then went on to complete her Bachelor of Laws at La Trobe University, graduating in 2017. During her studies, Molly was a volunteer at the Whittlesea Community Legal Centre where she found that her true passion is helping others. Molly went on to complete her practical legal training at Leo Cussen Centre of Law in 2018.

Molly was admitted to the legal profession in November of 2019. Prior to starting as a Registered Migration Lawyer, Molly worked as a paralegal team leader and legal assistant for several years.

In her spare time, Molly enjoys spending time with family, reading, and tending to her ever-growing collection of house plants.

QUALIFICATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS

  • Bachelor of Laws, La Trobe University
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Leo Cussen Centre for Law
  • Supreme Court of Victoria, Admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of Victoria
  • Australian practising certificate

Latest Resources

COVID visa critical sectors expanded

From Friday 14 May the criteria for the ‘COVID visa’ (subclass 408) has been expanded so that tourism and hospitality are now considered ‘critical sectors’.

Subclass 188 Victorian government nominations closing soon

Are you considering apply for a Business Innovation visa, an Investor visa or a Significant Investor visa (subclass 188) in Victoria? It is important to know that Victorian nominations for the subclass 188 visa will be closing soon.

Concessions for Family Stream visa applicants affected by COVID-19

The Australian government has announced plans to grant certain family visa applications despite applicants being unable to travel offshore as normally required.