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At All Access Migration, Yossi Witkowsky is not only recognised for his dedication and unparalleled expertise in immigration law but also for his forward-looking aspirations. Serving diligently as a Law Clerk, Yossi’s value to the team has been undeniable. Yossi is poised for an exciting transition within our firm. Currently serving diligently as a law clerk until his legal practicing certificate is reinstated, he will soon evolve his role, transitioning from a stint as migration agent in running his own migration consultancy and back to an Immigration Lawyer.

Starting his illustrious legal career over 20 years ago, Yossi Witkowsky’s expertise spans two continents. Initially a certified solicitor in South Africa, Yossi mastered diverse legal sectors such as personal injury, civil litigation, and family law. Later, he transitioned towards financial and commercial law domains. His adept legal navigation culminated in his esteemed role as a law firm director in Cape Town, making him a respected figure in the South African legal community.

However, Yossi’s legal voyage took an intriguing turn after relocating to Australia. This move wasn’t merely a change in geography; it signified his profound immersion into Australian immigration law. Becoming an accredited lawyer in Australia’s Supreme Court (NSW) in 2018, he infused his years of experience into this new legal frontier. Registering with the Migration Agents Registration Authority, Yossi emerged as a sought-after migration agent in Brisbane. His prowess soon led him to a distinguished association with one of Brisbane CBD’s longest-standing law firms, where he honed his skills as an immigration attorney.

At All Access Migration, Yossi has distinguished himself with an unwavering dedication to immigration law. As an immigrant, he resonates deeply with the aspirations and challenges faced by those desiring to call Australia home. His personal migration journey offers him a unique vantage point, ensuring empathy and insight in his dealings, making him a valuable pillar of our team. His adept understanding of immigration protocols aids clients in seamlessly navigating intricate migration matters.

Educationally sound, Yossi holds a BA in LAW and an LLB and has successfully represented cases across various visa categories, including family, partner, and skilled visas. His representation at respected venues like the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and the Federal Court amplifies his stature.

Outside the office, Yossi enjoys a balanced life. He cherishes camping and immersing in Queensland’s enchanting landscapes, often accompanied by his family. His love for the great outdoors showcases his more profound connection to the beauty of the state he now calls home.

On the sporting front, Yossi is an active individual. He’s a passionate practitioner of Brazilian Jujitsu and ensures he never misses his regular gym workouts, reflecting his commitment to physical well-being.

All Access Migration celebrates Yossi’s inspiring journey, an example of resilience, adaptability, and impactful contributions. As he gears up for his upcoming transition to a full-fledged Immigration Lawyer with us, we are optimistic about the remarkable milestones ahead.

For dependable guidance and representation in immigration law, Yossi Witkowsky epitomises commitment, depth, and positive results. We welcome you to tap into his knowledge by connecting with All Access Migration for all your immigration queries and needs.

Brisbane Office

1300 245 756

50 McDougall Street,
Milton, Brisbane, QLD, 4064

Gold Coast Office

1300 245 756

Levels 5 & 9, Corporate Centre One,
2 Corporate Court,
Bundall, QLD, 4217

Sydney Office

1300 245 756

Level 3,
1 Castlereagh Street,
Sydney, NSW, 2000


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