Have you had a visa application refused? Have you been notified that your visa has been cancelled?
Applications for visas as well as citizenship get refused by the Department of Home Affairs for different reasons and, there are times when visas are cancelled.
If you find yourself with either a visa refusal or a visa cancellation, you need to take action today.
If you are informed that your visa application has been refused, or is being considered to be refused, it is very important that you act immediately and have your situation assessed by a lawyer as soon as possible.
- There is a time limitation for the ability to reply to or appeal a visa refusal.
- It takes time to put together a detailed submission to reply to or appeal a visa refusal decision.
- We may be able to help you have your visa refusal decision reviewed by the Tribunal.
If you receive notification that your visa has been cancelled, or is being considered to be cancelled, you should seek legal advice as soon as possible.
If your visa is being considered for cancellation, then we are able to assist you in putting your strongest submission forward as to why your visa shouldn't be cancelled.
If your visa has already been cancelled, you may have an opportunity to have the decision revoked (reversed) and you should seek legal advice as soon as possible.
In limited circumstances we may be able to apply on your behalf to the Minister of Immigration to consider your visa refusal or cancellation.
A Ministerial Intervention application is the absolute last resort when all other legal avenues have been exhausted.
Why use Visa Citizenship?:
At Visa Citizenship, we understand that if you find yourself in either of the above situations that it can be a stressful time for you, your family and friends.
Our process with a visa refusal and cancellation is to:
- Clearly explain to you the situation that you are in and what your options are;
- Ensure that you do not become unlawful in Australia and if you do, secure an available visa for you as soon as possible;
- Represent you:
- at the Tribunal or Court; or
- with an application to the Minister for Ministerial Intervention.