VISA REFUSAL - APPLY FOR REVIEWS
If you receive visa rejection or receive a notice from the Department of Home Affairs to cancel your visa, you don't need to be panic.
There can be a solution in most of the cases.
Australian Visa Refusal/Cancellation Reasons
Application for a wrong type of visa
Submission of an incomplete or false supporting documents
Applicants' sponsor failed to meet the requirements
Failure in meeting visa conditions
Miscalculation of points for skilled migration
Failure in providing concrete future plans
In most of the cases, you may be eligible to approach Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) for a review of your visa decisions.
About the AAT
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) conducts independent merits review of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth law. It is the only body that has the authority to review the merits of a visa decision.
The AAT can reconsider visa applicants' case files entirely, review the facts provided, laws relating to the decision, and arrive at a new decision.
But remember there is a time limit! You must lodge the review application within the timeframe specified in the notification letter of visa decision. There may also be an additional application fee applied.
We Are Here to Help You
Applying for a review is a very delicate and intimidating procedure. This is your last chance to change your visa decision.
RACC Registered Migration Agents have extensive knowledge of Migration Law. With some experience of handling multiple cases of myriad situations, we will help you identify potential issues and find out the best alternatives.
We understand how crucial it is for you and hence, we will help you make a strong appeal against your visa refusal or cancellation.
We give the best advice based on your needs
We assess your situation to
ensure you meet the