Australian Registered Migration Agents and Strategic Immigration Consultants

As Australian Registered Migration Agents and Strategic Immigration Consultants specializing in all types of complicated Australian immigration & citizenship cases Victoria Migration Service Centre is strategically located in Melbourne CBD close to the Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT), Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) and Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) for which Victoria Migration Service Centre has successfully represented many clients in relation to the Tribunal's merits review of their visa cancellation, visa & citizenship application refusal, health & character issues (criminal records), family (domestic) violence, visa expired (overstaying Australian visa), immigration detention, and other Australian visa or citizenship related decisions made by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) formerly known as the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) or the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC).
 
Victoria Migration Service Centre is proud of providing the best, honest and strategic Australian Immigration and Citizenship advices and solutions to people from almost 70 different countries.

Australian Immigration & Citizenship Assistance

1.      All Types of Australian Visa Application (Partner, 482, ENS, Student, 485, 189/190, Visitor, Protection, Parent, RRV & etc)
2.      Australian Citizenship Application
3.      All Types of Australian Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
4.      All Types of Australian Visa Compliance & Cancellation Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
5.      Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) & Nomination Application 
6.      Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) & Nomination Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
7.      Standard Business Sponsor Compliance & Cancellation Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
8.      Unsatisfactory School Attendance & Course Progress Internal and External Review (Appeal) Represention
9.      All Types of Department of Immigration & Border Protection (DIBP) Interview Representation
10.    Immigration Detention Centre Detainee Legal Visit & Status Resolution Service
11.    Immigration Detention Centre Detainee Bridging Visa E (BVE) / Substantive Visa Application
12.    Unlawful Non-Citizen (Not Detained) Community Status Resolution Service
13.    Unlawful Non-Citizen (Not Detained) Bridging Visa E (BVE)  / Substantive Visa Application
14.    Health Issues
15.    Family Violence / Domestic Violence
16.    Section 501 Notice (Character Issues & Criminal Records)
17.    Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
18.    Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
19.    Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
20.    Ministerial Intervention
Victoria Migration Service Centre - Australian Citizenship Application Refusal Case - June 2018 (Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Melbourne)
Breaking News – Australian Citizenship Application Refusal AAT Merits Review (Appeal) Case - 01 Jul 2021 (Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Melbourne)   -  AAT OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED CASE 
Applicant:                                    Hamed Alimoradi
Respondent:                              Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant                                                          Services  and Multicultural Affairs
Dates of hearing:                       28, 29 October and 12 November 2020
Advocate for the Applicant:     Henry Qian of Victoria Migration Service Centre
Solicitor for the Respondent:  Kyu-Won Kim of Clayton Utz

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent and Immigration Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has once again successfully challenged and won the landmark Australian Citizenship Application Refusal AAT Merits Review (Appeal) Case by successfully helping his client Mr. Hamed Alimoradi to persuade the Tribunal to accept his 'life story'.

After careful consideration the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) Member Mr. A. Maryniak QC made the following key factual findings and decision in Applicant's favour as the result of lengthy and intensive three days hearing before the Tribunal and comprehensive, thoughtful, strategic and artistic written submissions made by advocate Mr. Henry QIAN on behalf of the Applicant to the Tribunal:

  1. Applicant is stateless, and accepts that in such circumstances it has not been possible for him to produce any documents as to identity, which pre-date his arrival in Australia in 2010.
  2. The Tribunal is satisfied of the authenticity and plausibility of the Applicant’s ‘life story’. The Tribunal is hence satisfied as to the Applicant’s identity pursuant to s. 24(3) of the Act.
  3. The Tribunal set asides and remits to the Respondent for reconsideration the reviewable decision of 6 February 2020, pursuant to s. 43(1)(c)(ii) of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, with the Direction that the Applicant satisfies the identity requirement as per s. 24(3) of the Australian Citizenship Act 2007.​
Temporary Graduate (Class VC, Subclass 485) Visa Application Refusal Case - June 2018 (Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Melbourne)
Breaking News – LandmarkTemporary Graduate (Class VC, Subclass 485) Visa Application Refusal AAT Mertis Review (Appeal) Case - 21 June 2018 (Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Melbourne)

Date of hearing:           15 June 2018
Member:                        Amanda Mendes Da Costa

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent and Immigration Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has once again become the first and so far the only Australian Immigration & Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Appeal (Merits Review) Specialist who successfually challenged and won the landmark Temporary Graduate (Class VC, Subclass 485) visa application refusal case by successfully helping the young nursing course graduate to persuade the Tribunal that what the Department of Home Affairs formerly known as the Department of Immigration and Border Protection has done to the visa applicant is ultra vires and the applicant does satisfy clause 485.213 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations. 

This landmark case created another “Dead duck swimming again” miracle in the Australian immigration history.
Australian Partner Visa Application
Breaking News – Herald Sun Newspaper Interview (Partner Visa Application) - Thursday, 02 July 2015

IMMIGRANTS PAY $7000 TO STAY HERE FOR LOVE
Visa to romance

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent and Immigration Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN, his happy clients Melbourne musician Mr. Mark KENNEDY (Partner Visa Applicant's Australian Citizen Sponsor) and his Swiss wife Ms. Doris KENNEDY-NEFF (Partner Visa Applicant) were interviewed by Melbourne City Editor Mr. John MASANAUSKAS from Herald Sun newspaper today in relation to the Australian Partner Visa Application. 


Subclass 820, Subclass 801, Subclass 300, Subclass 100 Same Sex (Gay & Lesbian) Partner Visa Application Refusal Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT, MRT, RRT) Merits Review (Appeal)—Victoria Migration Service Centre (Sydney Mardi Gras Parade)
Breaking News – Same Sex (Gay & Lesbian) Partner Visa Application Refusal MRT Merits Review (Appeal) Case (Schedule 3 Criteria) - 04 March 2015 (Migration Review Tribunal - Melbourne)

Date of hearing:           03 March 2015
Member:                        Jennifer Ellis

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent and Immigration Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has won another Schedule 3 criteria related partner visa application refusal case by successfully helping a same sex partner visa applicant to persuade the Tribunal that there are compelling reasons apparent at the time of the visa application for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria.

After careful consideration the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Member Ms. Jennifer Ellis made the following key factual findings and decision in Applicant's favour as the result of face to face hearing before the Tribunal and comprehensive and thoughtful submissions made by advocate Mr. Henry QIAN on behalf of the Applicant to the Tribunal:

  1. Having regard to all these factors cumulatively, the Tribunal is satisfied that there are conpelling reasons apparent at the time of the visa application for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria. 
  2. Accordingly the Tribunal finds that the applicant meets cl. 829.211(2)(d)(ii).
  3. The Tribunal  remits the applicant for a Partner (Temporary) (Class UK) visa, with the direction that the applicant meets the following criteria for a Subclass 820 (Temporary) (Parnter Visa):
  • cl. 829.211(2)(d)(ii) of Schedule 2 to the Regulations​
Partner (Spouse) Visa Application Refusal (Domestic / Family Violence MRT Merits Review Case)
Breaking News – Landmark Partner (Spouse) Visa Application Refusal MRT Merits Review (Appeal) Case (Domestic Violence / Family Violence) - 28 Jun 2012 (Migration Review Tribunal - Melbourne)

Date of 1st hearing:           07 January 2010
Member:                              Gary Ledson
Date of 2nd hearing:          26 March 2012       
Member:                              Alison Murphy

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent and Immigration Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has become the first and so far the only Australian Immigration & Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Appeal (Merits Review) Specialist who successfually challenged and won the landmark partner (spouse) visa application refusal case under the domestic violence clause for a MALE client who has not only been accused as the perpetrator by his ex-wife who successfully obtained an interim and final intervention order against him from the Court, but also been found not a victim of domestic violence by three Independent Experts (IE) from the Australian government department after almost three years of unprecedented legal battles.

This landmark case created a “Dead duck swimming again” miracle in the Australian immigration history.
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Melbourne CBD Head Office Contact Details:

Mr. Henry Qian (Registered Migration Agent MARN: 0956812)
Suite 301
620 Collins St 
MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Tel:     +61 3 9629 6818
Mob:   0413 614 849 (7 days a week)
Code of Conduct:
https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/