We recently hosted a free legal workshop covering the areas of the law that affect us all in our daily lives. Topics included wills, family provision claims, family separation, cyber-bullying, domestic violence, children and welfare.
- 15 March 2019: 12pm-4pm
- 16 March 2019: 9am-1pm
- The Connection, 30 Shoreline Drive, Rhodes (only 600 metres from Rhodes Station)
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Sanjay Deshwal heads up the Australian Visa & Migration Consultancy Services, which specialises in temporary and permanent residency visa applications onshore and offshore for Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Since 1996, Sanjay has successfully assisted thousands of individuals and families to obtain permanent resident or temporary visas in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Sanjay is an experienced professional who is always up to speed with the ever-changing immigration laws in Australia.
Dr Kiran Jassal
Dr Kiran Jassal is passionate about women’s health and family wellness. She has been working as a family GP for over 25 years after graduating from Sydney University.
In her practice, she has seen the need for women to look after their mental, emotional and physical well-being so as they are able to thrive in their intense daily lives.
In her career, she has had the opportunity to work with women and families from a range of different cultural backgrounds and is acutely aware of the challenges they face.
Kiran is a member of Lean In Inc, a not for profit association that is dedicated to the empowerment of new migrant women.
Deep is a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia & New Zealand. He is also a fellow Chartered Accountant (CA) and Cost & Management Accountant (ICWA) from India. He holds a practicing CISA designation from ISACA, USA.
Deep started his career with AF Ferguson in Mumbai before moving into financial consulting in Dubai specialising in market entry structuring. He spent his next 10 years in Sydney with the ING Group and with the National Australia Bank in SOX and in Financial Governance. In between, he did a 2 year secondment at ING Asia Pacific regional office in Hong Kong. Deep has extensive experience in structuring market entry into Australia, taxation, regulatory compliance and auditing.
Linda is a caseworker at the Lisa Harnum Foundation supporting and empowering families affected by domestic abuse. Lisa is also the Secretary of the Hills Domestic Violence Prevention Network.
Lisa was born in New Zealand and has lived in Australia for 37 years.
Linda has 17 years of working within non-government organisations (NGO’s), ranging from Special Homelessness Service, and in a non-government protection role in Western Sydney. It is through the differing roles within these services, Linda believes has contributed toward her becoming skilled, informed and has grown her as an individual and as a worker.
From this experience Linda has been able to gain significant insights into the coal face issues that are facing individuals accessing services. In addition, the challenges workers face as they seek to deliver services to their clients.
Linda is currently working with women and families experiencing and escaping domestic violence, through her role as The Lisa Harnum Foundation Caseworker. The Foundation focuses on walking the journey of love, hope and freedom, placing value, worth and purpose on the women and children impacted by the trauma and devastation of domestic violence.
Linda is passionate about building and linking other services within the Hills District as she holds a strong belief that services working together, in a holistic approach, can only benefit those who are seeking help.