The Administration Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is an independent body who can review a decision made by the Department (e.g. a visa refusal or cancellation). In simple terms, if you decide to appeal, the AAT will take another look at your case and decide whether the Department’s decision can be changed.
How Does The AAT Work?
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) conducts an independent merit review of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth laws. We frequently represent clients at the AAT because of visa refusals or cancellations. Australian Immigration law as we know it is one of the most complicated law in Australia. It is crucial for all Migration Agents and Migration […]
February as we know it is the month of love. We just passed the Valentines Day, and in this much spirit of love, I want to tell you about this one particular Partner Visa case that I took on years ago, and how we have prevented a young couple from being oceans apart. My name […]