Australian Immigration & Citizenship Assistance
- All Types of Australian Visa Application (Partner, 482, ENS, Student, 485, 189/190, Visitor, Protection, Parent, RRV & etc)
- Australian Citizenship Application
- All Types of Australian Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
- All Types of Australian Visa Compliance & Cancellation Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
- Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) & Nomination Application
- Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) & Nomination Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
- Standard Business Sponsor Compliance & Cancellation Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) Represention
- Unsatisfactory School Attendance & Course Progress Internal and External Review (Appeal) Represention
- All Types of Department of Immigration & Border Protection (DIBP) Interview Representation
- Immigration Detention Centre Detainee Legal Visit & Status Resolution Service
- Immigration Detention Centre Detainee Bridging Visa E (BVE) / Substantive Visa Application
- Unlawful Non-Citizen (Not Detained) Community Status Resolution Service
- Unlawful Non-Citizen (Not Detained) Bridging Visa E (BVE) / Substantive Visa Application
- Health Issues
- Family Violence / Domestic Violence
- Section 501 Notice (Character Issues & Criminal Records)
- Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
- Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
- Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
- Ministerial Intervention
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
Visa to romance
- 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.
- Accordingly the Tribunal finds that the applicant meets cl. 829.211(2)(d)(ii).
- 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):
This landmark case created a “Dead duck swimming again” miracle in the Australian immigration history.