Administrative Appeals Tribunal
If you are not satisfied with a visa decision you receive, such as your visa application has been refused, or your visa has been cancelled, you may be able to ask for the decision to be reviewed.
Not all decisions are ‘reviewable decisions’, but the department’s decision-maker will advise you in writing if the decision is reviewable, and what steps you can take if you want to ask for a review.
Most visa decisions with a right of review are reviewable by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) , which is an independent review body that reviews decisions made by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).
Our AAT review service includes:
- Review the prospect of AAT appeal
- Advice on how to prepare the AAT review to maximise your appeal prospect
- Lodge appeal and manage all the correspondences with AAT
- Prepare additional support documents and submission
- Attend AAT Hearing with clients and provide necessary advice
- Advise options post AAT decision
Click HERE to book an AAT Case Assessment online!