Australian Protection (Refugee) & Humanitarian Visa Specialists – Registered Migration Agent Melbourne
As Australian top Protection (Refugee) & Humanitarian Visa Specialists and Melbourne CBD best Registered Migration Agents and Immigration Law Consultants specializing in all type of protection visa application processes as well as highly complex protection visa application refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) cases Victoria Migration Service Centre is strategically located in Melbourne CBD next to the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Division and Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) Division of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) for which Victoria Migration Service Centre has successfully represented many clients in relation to the Tribunal's merits review of their protection visa application refusal, health & character (criminal records) issues, unlawful non-citizen, immigration detention, Bridging Visa E (BVE) application and other decisions made by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
If you have any difficulties or puzzles with your protection visa application, or your protection visa application has been refused by the Australian Department of Immigration & Border Protection, you should consider seeking immediate advice from Australian top Protection Visa Specialist Mr. Henry Qian who specializes in all type of protection visa application processes as well as highly complex protection visa application refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) cases.
Victoria Migration Service Centre is proud of providing the best and honest Australian Immigration and Citizenship advice to people from more than 60 different countries.
Case Study – Pakistanis Visa Applicant's Protection (Class XA, Subclass 866) Visa Application Refusal Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) Merits Review Case
Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has won another Protection (Class XA, Subclass 866) visa application refusal case for a Pakistanis client by successfully helping him to persuade the Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) that there is a real chance of persecution upon return to Pakistan.
The Tribunal finds, by reference to the applicant's evidence and the material concerning the situation in Pakistan in various other sources that there is a real chance that he may suffer persecution, for reason of his perceived political opinion (as opposed to the XXX) and member of a particular social group (XXX), in the area of XXX.
The Tribunal remits the matter for reconsideration with the direction that the applicant satisfies section 36(2)(a) of the Migration Act 1958, being a person to whom Australia has protection obligations under the Refugees Convention.
Melbourne CBD Head Office Contact Details:
Mr. Henry Qian (Registered Migration Agent MARN: 0956812)
620 Collins St
MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Tel: +61 3 9629 6818
Mob: 0413 614 849 (7 days a week)
Code of Conduct: