The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) conducts independent reviews of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth laws. The AAT reviews decisions made by Australian Government ministers, departments and agencies prior to them going to Court.

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What is the Difference Between a Migration Agent and a Lawyer?

What is the Difference Between a Migration Agent and a Lawyer?

There are many similarities between migration agents and lawyers. Both are required to abide by a code of conduct, and they can both provide advice and conduct research where required. While there are similarities, there are also differences in their qualifications and what they can do for their clients especially when it comes to Immigration.

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My Visa Has Been Refused, Can I Appeal The Decision?

My Visa Has Been Refused, Can I Appeal The Decision?

When a visa is refused, it’s human nature to let panic set in. While can be distressing, it’s important to remember there are options available to you; one of which is appealing the visa refusal with the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, provided you are onshore when the visa is refused.

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What happens if my Australian Visa gets cancelled?

What happens if my Australian Visa gets cancelled?

Visa cancellation is a serious issue. Visa cancellation is at the discretion of the Department of Home Affairs and may also result in the cancellation of visas held by family members of the cancelled visa holder. Only the Minister for Immigration or a delegate of the minister can cancel Australian visas.

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