Our multi-lingual team

By Marcus Beveridge

The lawyers at Queen City Law are speakers of Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghainese, English, Spanish, Indonesian / Malay and Tagalog.

We have specialised lawyer teams for Immigration, Property, Commercial and Disputes and are experts at solving legal issues. We are also experts in helping Asian migrants relocate to and settle in New Zealand. Our immigration service is second to none, click here to find out more. To find out more about our specialist lawyers click here.

Bradley So has accumulated considerable experience in the field of immigration law for over 10 years. Bradley and his team regularly and successfully process hundreds of immigration applications and have considerable expertise in business migration, having acted on more successful business migration cases than virtually any other company in New Zealand. Bradley also presents at national immigration law conferences regularly and speaks fluent Tagalog and limited Mandarin. He was a competitive kick boxer representing New Zealand and brings the same discipline, tenacity and team focus to his legal practice.

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Tom Huang is a problem solving senior lawyer specialising in property, finance, development, business migration and commerce. Tom is confident that his business background better enables him to provide a practical approach in solving clients’ problems. Tom was born in China and speaks Mandarin and English. Tom is a trusted advisor to many of the most significant Chinese investors in New Zealand, but has never lost the humble touch.

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Originally from Jakarta, Indonesia, Henny Bunardy is Queen City Law’s relationship manager for QCL’s immigration and investor clients. Henny loves life in New Zealand and her two sons are doing very well in Aotearoa (one has big dreams on the soccer field). Henny lived and worked in Singapore for more than 10 years and has developed exceptional networks between New Zealand and South East Asia. At QCL, Henny also mentors some of the junior staff and can always be relied upon for sound advice.

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Commercially astute, Max possesses an excellent knack of being able to quickly grasp complex issues whilst building rapport with people. Before pursuing his legal career, Max worked as a commercial manager of an international electrical cable company at its New Zealand branch for 3 years. Through such “hands on” commercial experience Max is very aware of how clients can feel in stressful situations and the need to put out fires as soon as potential issues are identified whenever possible.

Max specialises in property and commercial law acting for developers, construction companies and various business owners. He is also part of Queen City Law’s successful immigration team providing immigration advice to clients, particularly Korean. Max has regularly presented at various seminars internally and externally. Max is hard working and prides himself on being reliable and dedicated. He is fluent in both English and Korean.

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Harris has extensive experience in dealing with all types of visa applications, as well as appeals to the Immigration & Protection Tribunal (IPT), Section 61 requests, Ministerial special directions & Ombudsman complaints. He is also an Official Information Act specialist.

Harris enjoys being an integral member of Queen City Law’s large award-winning Immigration Law team. Harris speaks fluent Mandarin. Harris also publishes widely on immigration and associated issues in the New Zealand Herald and is a regular presenter on Little Red Book.

Harris won’t let you down.

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Experienced in a range of Immigration application categories including Accreditation, Partnership and Accredited Employer Work Visas.

Rita is a critical part of the Immigration Team’s administrative support. Rita’s key areas of focus are Immigration Law and administration. She also mentors junior staff and her opinion is highly sought after. Rita also speaks fluent Spanish.

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