Raymond Salomonn is an Australian Registered Migration Agent based in Sydney. His registration number is 0637372. Raymond is fully qualified to provide immigration assistance, representation, and advocacy.
Raymond completed a Master of Legal Studies from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), with distinction in Refugee Law and Practice. His thesis for this subject was on section 33AA of the Australian Citizenship Act 2007 (Cth) with the title, “Section 33AA v terrorism: An assassination of the rule of law?”
Raymond also completed a Graduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law and Practice from Western Sydney University.
He has a deep interest in International Humanitarian Law (IHL), International Criminal Law (ICL), and other international legal instruments and their applications in refugee, humanitarian, and all other aspects of Australian migration laws impacting visa and citizenship applications and cancellation regimes, with a particular focus on women and children.
Raymond’s practice covers all areas of Australian migration and citizenship legislation, including matters with the Department of Home Affairs, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (“AAT”), ministerial intervention requests, the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), as well as United Nations Human Rights Council Complaints.
Raymond appears before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal on a regular basis to represent a wide range of clients in matters pertaining to Australian citizenship, immigration, Freedom of Information, and the National Archives of Australia.
As a registered migration agent, Raymond Salomonn is bound by the Code of Conduct for registered migration agents. Clients are encouraged to be aware of this Code and also read the Consumer Guide, published by the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA).
Raymond Salomonn regularly appears in the mainstream media, both in Australia and internationally. He is also a multi-award-winning filmmaker and songwriter. He is well known for his musical film ‘Baba’ and short documentary "What is Australia Day?".
- Migration Institute of Australia
- International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS)
- International Network of Genocide Scholars (INoGS)
- Australian Writers’ Guild
- APRA AMCOS