Zhanna HeenanVisa News 8 February, 2024
Explore Appeal Options:
Some applicants have the opportunity to lodge an appeal following a visa rejection. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) can review your case within a specified timeframe. The AAT holds the authority to overturn a decision and send it back to the department for reconsideration.
Understand the Decision:
Take the time to understand why the Department decided to refuse or cancel your visa. Identify the specific reasons or grounds for the decision. This insight is valuable when preparing an appeal or exploring other migration options.
Consider Other Visa Options:
Even after a rejection, there may be alternative visa options available based on the circumstances of your case. Assess whether you are eligible to apply for another visa. Keep in mind that if you are onshore, there might be a limited timeframe to submit a new visa application.
Remember, a visa rejection doesn’t signal the end of your migration aspirations. Depending on the circumstances, there may be viable migration alternatives. Our team of seasoned migration agents at Heenan & Browne Visa and Migration Services is here to assist you in navigating the complexities of the Australian visa process and appeals. Schedule a consultation today with one of our Canberra migration agents to discuss your current situation and explore potential solutions.
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