Visa Refusal Appeal

Visa denial occurs when the Ministry of Home Affairs rejects a submitted visa application. In most cases, visa denials can be reviewed by the Court of Administrative Appeals (AAT).

  • you have not met the conditions of the previous visa
  •  you have not provided enough information to substantiate the claims
    you have made in your application
  • you do not meet Australia’s health or character requirements
  •  you provided incorrect information or made a false statement in your request (false documentation or misinformation)
  •  For student visas, when your preferred course does not correspond to your previous studies Does not show that you are able to support yourself financially
  •  For employer-sponsored visas, when the sponsoring business is not viable or there is no real need, the salary is not in line with market wages and many others.

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