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An appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) challenges a decision of refusal or cancellation made by the Department of Home Affairs about an Australian visa, nomination or sponsorship. The Tribunal hearing can be positive, however it comes at a cost and not in all cases you can appeal.

You can certainly consider verifying with Migration World if there are grounds to appeal and if you have all the requirements in order to obtain the Australian visa, nomination or sponsorship that has been refused or cancelled.

No-one can legally guarantee 100% of success of an appeal, hence it is important asking for advice before proceeding, because it can avoid wasting time and unnecessary expenses, and you may find other options that are more suitable considering the situation.


Frequently Asked Questions


Can Migration World represent my case with the Tribunal?

We will advise if we are able to take your case depending on the specific situation and the probability of success. If we believe there is no chance of winning, we have the duty to inform you and we may propose alternatives in case there are.


Do I need a lawyer to represent me for the Tribunal review?

Not necessarily. Migration agents are also allowed to legally represent you.

Not necessarily. Migration agents are also allowed to legally represent you.