If your visa application has been refused by the Department and the refusal has been affirmed by the AAT, you may either consider judicial review or ministerial intervention. For many applicants, judicial review is not a viable option due to the absence of jurisdictional error in the Tribunal’s decision. You may consider requesting the Minister to personally exercise his or her general power to intervene in your matter. This is called ministerial intervention.
The Minister is not bound by law to consider your case, and in fact only a nominal number of applications are considered. Therefore, it is vital that you make your case as persuasive as possible to compel the Minister to consider and grant the visa. In the process, it is strongly advisable that you engage ministerial intervention specialists to prepare your request.
permanent humanitarian visa
You must have a sponsor when you lodge your application and when you are on this visa.
We must approve your sponsor. There are limitations on approval.
You can’t change your sponsor. The person who sponsors you when you apply for the visa must be same person who sponsors you for 2 years after we grant your temporary 309 Partner visa
If you need to apply for a visa and want the process as smooth of an experience possible, talk with one our Migration Experts. Alongside their expert knowledge about migration laws they will make sure your application goes through quickly so that all eyes can stay on what really matters you.
You can be confident in your decision to get assistance from Parish Patience as an immigration lawyer. Our team of experts will provide you with the best service and advice possible for all visa needs, so don’t hesitate any longer!
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