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Your may have heard that a student whose student visa has expired and who remains in Australia after their student visa expires has a 28-day “grace period” during which they
In a recent case the Federal Court was asked if the Appellant, a subclass 485 visa applicant, had to satisfy cl 485.222 to Schedule 2 of the Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth), which
Given AR LAW Services assists many clients through out the world with, not only Australian visa applications – that is with matters before the Department of Immigration – but also
Work visas (457, 482 & ENS) Nomination refusal – winning cases AAT appeal, talk to us. Don’t risk your visa, your money or your future with a dodgy migration agent!
A major Australian sport association retain AR LAW Services. Master Migration Lawyers to manage a review at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) due to their Nomination for a “work visa”
Adverse information: can the AAT properly treat an applicant’s failure to reply to an invitation to comment as an “admission” of a fact that is damaging to the applicant’s case?
So unlike Sargent schultz is not knowing “nothing” enough, or need there be more than just “failing to reply”? The question was recently explored by the Federal Circuit Court in
As readers of this post will note I regularly appear at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and Federal Court. Much of that work has to do with Health or Character
It is an uncomfortable and unpleasant subject, but an important one and given the current Coronavirus pandemic, it is a subject that is on everyone’s minds. Death. It happens to
It is both surprising and disappointing how much work comes my way due to the most basic and avoidable mistakes. Many of these errors are due to poorly trained, ill
As noted in Senate committee wants IT build pulled in-house. The federal government should scrap the planned outsourcing of Australia’s new billion-dollar Visa Processing Platform and instead build the system
Coronavirus & Student Visas: How to reapplying after cancellation of Temporary Student Class TU visas due to the COVID-19 pandemic
The law has recently changed a new ” Instruments”, that make arrangements for those whose Student, Student Guardian and Visitor visas were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Former visa
Recently the Full Court of Federal Court of Australia it was held that in DFQ17 and BMY18, in order for a notification of visa refusal under s 66(2)(d) to be valid, it