Since 1993, John Zhuang has practiced extensively in all areas of visa applications, merits review and judicial review, and has established a reputation for successfully solving difficult immigration cases. He has assisted hundreds of entrepreneurs and senior business executives to migrate into Australia or to establish their business presence in Australia. John frequently represents clients at the Migration Review Tribunal, Administrative Appeal Tribunal and Federal Court for merit or judicial review of their visa applications or visa cancellations.
In the past few decades, there has been significant changes to China’s economy, culture, investment opportunities and standard of living. As an immigration lawyer and a settled Chinese-Australian, John wishes to use his own experience as well as his team’s extensive migration knowledge and diligent work ethic to help prospective immigrants settle in Australia. John strongly believe that every applicant should have their own personalised migration strategy. John and his team strive to design strategies and tailor the services to suit each client’s personal circumstances. With over 26 years of experience in the legal field, John has led Johninfo towards becoming a well-known legal firm in the Australian migration industry and one of the top choices for Chinese people who want to migrate to Australia and seek visa support. He is also the Justice of the Peace and the Australian registered Migration Agent.
In addition to his legal practice, John was the founder of The Australian Chinese Times which is the only bilingual (Chinese and English) newspaper published in Australia. He was the CEO for this newspaper between 1996-2004 and successfully established joint publication programs between Beijing Daily, Qingdao Daily, Xiamen Daily and Sichuan Daily with The Australian Chinese Times in Australia. John also writes and delivers public speech on a wide range of legal topics.
John was appointed as a visiting Professor at Fujian Normal University, China in 2009. John currently holds several advisory positions with public listed companies and community organizations in Australia and China. Notably, he is a member of the Executive Committee of Xiamen Overseas Friendship Association in China. He is also a legal advisor for Australia China Economics, Trade and Cultural Association.