Worried about strict time limits and understanding the complex law?
Don’t worry, we understand migration law, so you don’t have to.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has the power to review decisions made by the Department in migration matters. You can represent yourself at the Tribunal. However, immigration law is consistently changing, is complex and sometimes difficult to navigate through without the assistance of qualified people. Two of our Directors are previous AAT members meaning that they have made decisions in hundreds of these cases before. They can identify the main issues and with you to present your case afresh with the Tribunal.
Federal Circuit Court/Federal Court Appeals
The superior Courts hear appeals from the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and other decision makers. It is a very complex law and it is not advised that you proceed to an appeal unrepresented and unless you have a good case. There can be serious costs implications if you do. We’ve helped hundreds of people appeal their decision to these superior Courts. We understand the litigation process and we work with you to find the grounds of appeal to give you the best chance of success.