Cancelled Visas

WAS YOUR VISA CANCELLED? DON’T PANIC, IT’S NOT THE END

If you have received a notice that your Australian visa is being considered for cancellation, or that your visa has been cancelled, don’t be disheartened as you are not alone. Cancellations have risen dramatically under the current government and in many cases, the Department of Immigration exercises discretion on whether or not to cancel a visa. Engaging help from a expert in visa cancellations is the most important thing you can do, as there are often steps you can take to appeal or have the decision revoked.

Visa cancellation decisions can be set aside, overturned or revoked by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and the process for applying for a review of the decision can be done quickly and effectively by a lawyer who is a experienced in the area of cancelled visas.

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WHAT DO I DO NEXT?

We can help. First, you need to confirm that your case is eligible for appeal or revocation.

Check the notice you received from the Department of Immigration. The sections under which you can receive a Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) include 501, 137J, 134, 116, 109. In these cases, there is often an opportunity to appeal.

In the case of a mandatory cancellation 501(3A), however, there is no right of appeal, but an application can be lodged for a revocation of the decision.

ACT FAST! It is critical that you act quickly and take the necessary steps to lodge your appeal or application for revocation. You need to speak to a professional who is experienced in this area as soon as possible.

Strict time limits apply. If you miss your window, you will lose your right to have the decision reviewed and be left with no other recourse. You will become an unlawful non-citizen who can be placed in detention, be forced to immediately leave the country, or be excluded from ever returning to Australia (or at least for a number of years).

Don’t delay. Speak to one of our experienced visa cancellation experts now to find out where you stand.

How We Can Help You

Timpson Immigration lawyers are experts in all matters related to immigration, specialising in visa refusals and cancellations.

  • We are experts in visa cancellation cases
  • We are experts in character, health, technicalities, and other discretionary grounds
  • We understand how important these cases are to each individual
  • We lodge urgent appeals fast
  • We have well over 10 years of experience presenting cases for favourable reconsideration
  • Our single goal is to get you that YES

A visa cancellation is something that everyone dreads receiving or even hearing about. But if you act quickly and choose the right representative, it does not have to mean the end.

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