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Stephanie Vejar

Migration Lawyer

“Anxiety is at rest after speaking with Stephanie. Answered all the unknowns for myself and my partner and very impressed and happy with the service provided. If we need any further help we will be using Stephanie again.” - Stephanie T

Stephanie completed her Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Spanish Studies) and her Bachelor of Laws in 2017 at La Trobe University. She commenced working for WLW Migration Lawyers in April 2018 as a paralegal. Upon gaining admission to the legal profession in October 2018, Stephanie now works at WLW Migration Lawyers as a lawyer and registered migration agent.

Prior to beginning at WLW Migration Lawyers, Stephanie completed an internship at the Australian Lawyers for Human Rights and has volunteered at the Federal Court Registry. She is currently a member of the Victorian Women Lawyers and the Northern Suburbs Law Association. Stephanie brings with her exposure to cases sensitive in nature such as human rights abuses and family violence.

Stephanie’s passion for migration law comes from being a second generation Australian and her contributions to the Australian Lawyers for Human Rights.
Stephanie has a strong understanding of current migration issues and has a particular interest in judicial review matters.


  • Bachelor of Arts (major in Spanish Studies) and Bachelor of Laws, La Trobe University
  • Practical Legal Training – Leo Cussens
  • Victorian Women Lawyers
  • Northern Suburbs Law Association
  • Australian practising certificate

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