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Immigration Lawyers Australia
Immigration is a complex area of administrative law, with many of the rules and regulations changing frequently and case law constantly developing. Go To Court’s immigration lawyers deal with everything from relatively straightforward visa applications to complicated applications requiring detailed submissions. We prepare reviews to the Migration Review Tribunal and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, as well as lodging submissions for Ministerial Intervention Requests.
Speak to our Australian immigration lawyers
Do you need a 482 working visa or a student visa subclass 500? Do you have a parent or partner wanting to migrate to Australia? Go To Court Immigration Lawyers can help you.
Employer sponsored migration to Australia
Australian employers can sponsor a worker to come to Australia on a Temporary Skills Shortage Visa 482.
Family visa Australia
Family visas exist to allow the overseas family members of Australian residents to come to Australia. These visas include parent visas, partner visas, child visas and carer visas. If you need to make an application for one of these visas, contact Go To Court Immigration Lawyers today.
Refugee visa Australia
Refugee visas are granted to those who are found to have a genuine fear of persecution in their country of origin from which the government cannot or will not protect them. Persecution may be on the basis of race, religion, political opinion, nationality or membership of a particular social group.
Student visa Australia
Student visas are granted to those who are enrolled in a full-time course of study, who have access to enough funds to cover their stay in Australia, who have Overseas Student Health Cover and who meet the character and health requirements.
If you need help applying for a student visa, contact Go To Court Lawyers.
Has your visa been refused?
If your visa has been refused you may be able to seek review of that decision by the Refugee and Migration Division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. The Tribunal will either affirm the decision, vary the decision, set the decision aside, remit the decision back to the Department for reconsideration, or find that it does not have jurisdiction to review the decision. The length of time it will take for a review of a decision to occur depends on the type of visa involved and the complexity of the matter.
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Australian visa breaches
- Overstaying Your Visa
- Immigration Detention Centres
- People Smuggling Offences
- Visa Cancellations Under Section 116 of the Migration Act
- Deportation and Removal from Australia
- Thomas & Love v Commonwealth: Aboriginal Non-Citizens
- Extradition from Australia
Appeal an Australia immigration decision
- Legitimate Expectation in Administrative Law
- Ministerial Review – Cancellation of Visa Appeal
- What is Procedural Fairness?
- Ministerial Intervention to Grant Visas
- Are Children Born in Australia Citizens?
- Australian Resident Return Visas