Onshore or sponsored visa application refusals and cancellations can be challenged in a tribunal or the Federal Court. National Visas can represent you at a tribunal, prepare ministerial intervention requests on your behalf, and work with solicitors for matters that go before the federal court.
Tribunal and Court Appeal Options:
Migration Review Tribunal (MRT): A refused visa application or cancelled visa may have rights of review (appeal) at the Migration Review Tribunal.
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT): The AAT reviews administrative decisions made by a range of Australian authorities. Refusal of an Australian Citizenship application may have rights of review (appeal) at the AAT.
Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT): The RRT reviews decisions made in protection or refugee visa applications.
Federal Court: An appeal to the Federal Court may be an option if the MRT or AAT action has been unsuccessful.
Ministerial Intervention: Migration Law empowers the Minister to substitute a negative tribunal decision with a more favourable one on compassionate grounds, and/or if the Minister personally believes it is in the public interest to do so.
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