Statement of Status for admission to another jurisdiction


When a person moves their principal place of practice to another state/territory/country, they may be required to provide a Statement of Status from all jurisdictions in which they are admitted.

The Bar Association provides such a statement to any practitioners (current and former) requesting . There is no charge for members of the association, but a $55 fee applies to non-members even if they hold a current practising certificate.

The relevant order form is available from the Bar Association’s reception. Applicants should be aware that it can take up to three days for all the searches to be conducted and should therefore not leave their request until the last minute.

16 January 2008

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