A visa refusal can be a very upsetting situation for both individuals and businesses. But there are circumstances where it is possible to appeal the decision made by the Department of Home Affairs to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). The AAT acts independently of the Department of Home Affairs and will assess each matter on its own merit.

AAT appeals can be done for decisions about visitor, student, partner, family, business or skilled visas. There are strict time limits for making an appeal. Time limits depend on the type of decision and whether you are in immigration detention. This time limit cannot be extended, and you should never delay in taking advice and appealing for your visa refusal.

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IAEC Migration has successfully managed many AAT appeals. From getting a genuine and timely advice till appearing with you for the AAT, we will back you up. Our experienced Migration Agents team put together a detailed submission for you by analysing interpreting the Migration Act and Regulations. We also look at other ways your case can be strengthened.

Our senior Migration consultants Ms. Seema shah and Ms. Bina Shah are most successful Migration agents in Melbourne with very high success rate in AAT appeals. We also organize free events to give information about the refusals of visas.