Has your visa been refused?
Not sure what your options are in this stressful times?
Let Oz Migration Services take charge and help you to achieve best outcome possible.
Almost all visa refusals have appeal rights that are lodged in Australia!!!
The typical order of options for appeal is as follows:
Administrative Appeals Tribunal
The AAT provides an independent and final merits review of decisions concerning visas, the power of which is vested by the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) and Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth).
An appeal to the Federal Court (FC) for judicial review is generally the next possible option if an appeal to the AAT has been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of cases that the Federal Court receives, matters may also be redirected to the Federal Circuit Court (FCC) for review.
Migration law empowers the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection to revoke an adverse decision and to personally replace it with a more favourable decision, if he or she believes that it is in the public interest to do so.
ASSESSMENT OF APPEAL RIGHTS
We can determine your eligibility to appeal your visa refusal. Please complete our online assessment form and we will provide information on the steps, fees and process.