The Department of Home Affairs is the entity in charge of deciding whether to refuse or approve all visa applications to enter, stay or visit Australia.
However, if your visa application has been refused by the Department of Home Affairs, you might be eligible to appeal the decision, by requesting a review from the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT).
In order to appeal the refusal of a visa application, you will need to apply for a review within the timeframes stated by the DHA and the AAT. Our Registered Migration Agent will provide you with a personalised checklist of the evidence and documents which will most support your case.
In most cases, the AAT will send an invitation to a physical or online hearing, where you will be able to support your case with evidence, documents and even witnesses.
Our experienced migration agents and lawyers in Sydney are ready to answer your questions on the application for review and we will assist you with every step of the appeal process, guiding you through the preparation of statements and documents for the hearing, within the relevant timeframes.
Contact us or visit our office in Bankstown.