We understand that dealing with negative decisions by the Department of Home Affairs or the Administrative Tribunal/Immigration Assessment Authority can be extremely stressful. In these times, you want to have a genuine relationship with your lawyer and be guided through the process with confidence.
We specialise in complex visa situations and can help you with appeals to the Federal Courts.
Selection of cases:
28 February 2020 – Successful before Federal Court on AAT’s failure to consider good character at time of decision on a citizenship application (VFWQ v MICMSMA)
21 February 2020 – Successful before Federal Court on IAA’s failure to consider integer of a claim (ANR17 v MICMSMA)
13 December 2019 – Successful before High Court of Australia on apprehended bias – IAA considered irrelevant and prejudicial material (CNY17 v MIBP)
12 June 2019 – Grant of a SHEV after we succeeded in having his matter remitted from Federal Circuit Court and IAA (Afghan Hazara)
27 November 2018 – Successful Federal Circuit Court matter – Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (Sri Lankan Tamil)
23 November 2018 – Successful Federal Circuit Court matter – Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (Afghanistan – Hazara)
1 July 2018 – Successful Federal Circuit Court decision – applicant not an “unauthorised maritime arrival”
21 June 2018 – Successful Federal Circuit Court decision – Quashed delegate’s finding that the Applicant was an “Excluded Fast-Track Applicant”