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Recent Successful Cases: Complex Visa Applications; AAT; Ministerial Interventions
Revocation of Cancellation of Student visa: The client’s student visa was cancelled under S.128 (of the Migration Act) whilst he returned to his home country. Even though his address was correctly registered with the Department, the client argued that he had not received the Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation. The client was given 28 days to respond with a Request for Revocation of Cancellation. A Request was drafted for the client along with specific documentary evidence and submitted. The revocation was granted within 3 weeks and the client was allowed to return to Australia and continue his studies. –Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Request for Revocation of Cancellation
Skilled Independent (SI-189) visa grant. Applicant’s temporary visa was due to expire two months prior to meeting 12-month Australian work experience requirement on Expression of Interest. Visa status was managed for the applicant until invitation to apply for SI-189. Application lodged soon after. SI-189 visa grant notice issued to applicant within 2 months.–Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Skilled Independent Applicant
Family (BU-838) Aged Dependent Relative refused on grounds of failing to show dependency in relationship. AATreview allowed for provision of additional evidence to show dependent relationship, resulting in the original decision being overturned and sent back to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection for reconsideration.–Administrative Appeals Tribunal Case
DIBP issued a ‘Notice of intention to take action’ (NOITTA) against sponsor on gronds of failing to meet obligations 2.84(3)of the Migration Regulations 1994. AAT review allowed for a case to be built against the delegate’s decision using case law involving Section 140M of the Migration Act. The AAT varied the suspension allowing the employer to continue to sponsor UC-457 visa applicants.–Migration Review Tribunal Case
Applicant refused Skilled (VC-485) Graduate visa on grounds of IELTS English Proficiency criteria not met. Decision affirmed at MRT but referred to Minister on grounds of defective application under Section 351 of the Migration Act. Applicant permitted to make onshore application.–Ministerial Intervention Request Client