How do you handle an Australian visa cancellation or refusal situation?
If the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIBP) cancelled your visa or refused your application for a visa, it is usually possible to appeal or apply for review of the decision. You need to act immediately to avoid losing your right to appeal as a result of time limitation expiring. Do not forget, you need to allow adequate time for your lawyers to assess your appeal. In filing for an appeal, there are several issues that must be considered:
- Do you have a right to appeal the case?
- If so, what type of reviews are you entitled to – merits review or judicial review?
- What are your grounds of appeal?
- Do you have sufficient evidence and does your evidence support the grounds that may be available to you?
As experienced migration lawyers for the past 10 years, Tang Law has helped applicants with appeals and reviews in many contexts of visa cancellation and refusal such as:
- Discovery of incorrect, false or misleading information given to Immigration
- Character ground – Failed to demonstrate good character
- Breach of visa conditions
- Criminal Deportation
- Genuineness of marital or spousal relationship
- Termination of marital or spousal relationship and domestic violence
- Genuineness of legal child
- Refusal of protection visa
- Genuineness of company sponsorship and nomination
- Termination of employment
- Revocation relating to Student Visa
There is no case too complicated for us. As fully qualified and trained lawyers, we understand the Migration Law framework and we know the legal system. We can also assist you with:
1. Appealing to the AAT for you and represent you in the merits review of your case.
2. Appealing to the Federal Court of Australia and represent you in the judicial review of your case.
3. Advice you and formulate a most suitable strategy catered to your circumstances with regards to your visa cancellation or refusal issues.
4. Formulate and prepare submissions in support of your request to revoke the cancellation decision.
5. Formulate and prepare submissions in support of your appeal for Ministerial Intervention.
6. Formulate and make submissions in support of your visa issue with the Department of Immigration.
7. Visit you if you are detained at detention center.
Improve your chance of winning with our legal guidance. Contact us as soon as possible to discuss your situation and options that may be available to you.