Notification of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) and Australian Visa Cancellation Process.

Clint Heenan

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Either you are worried that your visa maybe cancelled, or you have already been served with a NOICC from the Department of Home Affairs, you will find this article helpful. When the Department of Home Affairs considers a cancelation of your visa, you will be issued with a NOICC in most cases. NOICC will detail the reasons why the cancellation is being considered and outline a limited time to respond. It is important to take your response seriously as the outcome of this notice will depend on the information provided in your submission. We strongly advised that you contact an expert as soon as possible to assist you with the process as this will increase your chances of success. At Heenan and Browne Visa and Migration Services, we have a team of experienced migration agents ready to assist.

When you are responding to NOICC, the following must be considered:

In most cases, we advise that you request under the Freedom of Information Act to retrieve all the information the
Department maintains about you.

If your visa has already been canceled, you may still be able to appeal the Department’s decision at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Your visa cancelation notice will specify the timeframe within which you can lodge an appeal. If you miss the deadline, your review rights will cease.

Do not delay, seek help immediately if you find yourself in one of the above-mentioned



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