You have completed your application, provided all the relevant documentation, and lodged your application with the Department. You wait, sometimes quite a long time, and then you receive a letter or notice of refusal. Or you have been going through a difficult time, you may have become unlawful for some reason, and you have been told your visa may be cancelled. Now what?
We have had clients come to our offices stressed, anxious and extremely worried about their situation – this is not unusual and it shouldn’t be dismissed – a client has a right to be worried.
However, Brett Slater Solicitors are known for their ability to manage Refusals, Appeals and Cancellations (urgent matters too). The available options when something like this happens may surprise you.
Just know there are options, and we will assist you, so don’t lose hope (just act very quickly).
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The most important thing you can do if you receive a refusal or cancellation is to contact Brett Slater Solicitors immediately. Most rights to appeal are time sensitive and there is much to do. Do not delay under any circumstance.
NOTE: This section of law also extends to refusals rendering the Applicant subject to a Section 48 BAR and Public Interest Criterion (PIC) matters. These are complex elements and must be discussed with an Applicant before assisting with the matter.
Brett Slater Solicitors can assist with: