IMMIGRATION VISA AND CITIZENSHIP APPEAL
VISA OR CITIZENSHIP REFUSED / CANCELLED – USE AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER
If you have had a Visa refused or Cancelled by the Department of Home Affairs (Formally known as the Department of Immigration and Border Protection) (the Department), Corsers can assist you or your Sponsor Appeal to the Administrative Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal), who are independent from the Department, to review the Delegate’s decision to refuse or cancel your Visa/Australian Citizenship. We will guide you and/or your Sponsor to prepare a thorough application, submissions brief and represent you at the Tribunal Appeal hearing.
If you are appealing a decision to refuse or cancel a Visa, this can only be made by applicants/sponsors in Australia at the time the decision was received.
Overseas Visa applicants who have had their Visa applications refused are not usually eligible to apply for appeal unless they are sponsored by Australian organisations, Australian citizens or permanent residents.
Visa and Australian Citizenship Refusal
Visa Applicants who have been Refused or had their Visa cancelled should be aware that the Appeal process can be lengthy, stressful and you may not have work or study rights. There may be options to request work rights in limited circumstances. Use our services to save you time and stress.
If you are appealing a decision to refuse your Citizenship Application, then we will assist to negotiate with the Department’s Solicitors, and if required, prepare witnesses, submissions, brief and defend your position and/or guide you on the best approach.
If you have a decision from the Tribunal that you are not satisfied with, we can assist you with an application to the Courts or to the Minister to intervene, also known as a MINISTERIAL INTERVENTION APPLICATION, depending on the decision and your circumstances.
As strict time restrictions apply for Appeals, it is prudent that you contact us as soon as you receive the decision to refuse your Visa. Early advice in any event, on whether you have options moving forward may save you and your family from possible further unnecessary costs and traumatic deportation possibilities.
Below are some of the more complicated appeals we have been successful in. Published on Austlii.
SENTOSA (Migration)  AATA 3546 (7 July 2020)
La (Migration)  AATA 1038
Sok (Migration)  AATA 838
Lam (Migration)  AATA
Joshi (Migration)  AATA
Chatzigeorgiou (Migration)  AATA 190