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Australian Visa Refusal

The Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) is an organisation that reviews the merits of a visa application. It is the only organization authorized to review the decisions made by the Federal Government.

Australian Visa Refusal

AAT reconsiders the case file, reviewing the facts provided and laws relating to the decision. The processing time for an appeal varies depending on the case complexity; however, it generally ranges from 12 to 18 months.

If the results came as ‘Affirm’, the applicant will be left with two options: applying to the Federal Court or applying for Ministerial intervention. Asia Pacific Group, a team of registered MARA Agents, has extensive knowledge and experience in handling multiple cases of various situations. They can help you get success, solve potential issues, or provide better alternatives in your appeal.

Get in touch with Asia Pacific Group to help you make an appeal against your Australian visa refusal or cancellation.

Reasons for Visa Refusals

  • Visa application for the wrong type of visa
  • Inability to prove financial capability
  • Submitting false or inadequate information
  • The applicant’s sponsor did not fulfil the requirements.
  • Ignorance of the applied course
  • The applied course has no relevance to the applicant’s present experience or qualifications.
  • Inability to present specific plans for the future
  • Inaccurate Point Calculation
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FAQs about Australian visa refusal

Visa refusals can be due to various factors, such as incomplete documentation, health or character issues, or insufficient genuine intent to visit or stay in Australia.
The Department of Home Affairs' online portal allows you to track your visa application status, and if your visa is refused, you will receive a refusal letter.
An appeal for a visa refusal decision can be made, but the process depends on the type of visa and refusal reasons, and it is advisable to consult an immigration lawyer.
To appeal a visa refusal, submit an application to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal within the specified period, and seek legal representation.
The visa refusal rate varies based on the visa subclass and the applicant's country of origin, but each application is evaluated on its own merits.