BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
Start Your Free Assessment
This information describes the minister’s public interest powers in sections 351, 417 and 501J of the Migration Act 1958 and tells you about the types of cases that might be referred to the Minister and the types of cases that will not be referred to the Minister.
The Minister has powers under the Migration Act 1958 to replace a decision of a merits review tribunal on a person’s case with a decision that is more favourable to that person if the Minister thinks it is in the public interest to do so.
You should not assume that your request will be referred to the Minister. The Minister does not have to look at your case and does not have to intervene. Most requests are finalised by the Department in accordance with the Minister’s guidelines. Only a small number of requests are referred to the Minister.
“WE WILL NOT TAKE ON YOUR CASE
UNLESS WE BELIEVE YOU HAVE
A GOOD CHANCE OF SUCCESS”
MEET OUR MIGRATION CONSULTANT
DOCUMENTS & LODGMENT
- 16 April 2019 by Richard, in AustraliaFrom April 17, visitors to Australia failing to declare prohibited items might h...READ MORE +