The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is an Australian tribunal that conducts independent merits review of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth laws of the Australian Government.

We can help you to appeal your application to the Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) in the following situation: 

  • The visa application in Australia was refused by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
  • You are in Australia and your visa was cancelled by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
  • Your visa was cancelled while in Australia and your application to have the cancellation revoked was refused by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
  • You are sponsored or nominated by an employer or another person for a visa, and you lodged this visa application outside of Australia. Approval of the sponsorship or nomination must be a requirement for visa approval. Then The review of the decision to refuse your application may be lodged by the Sponsor.   In case of individual Application, the following subclasses (457, 482 TSS, 186 or 187 visas), sponsor or partner (309/100 and 300 visas), family members (carer or remaining relative visas) may be able to apply for review.
  • Resident Return visas and Visitor visas, only a parent, spouse, child, brother or sister of the visa applicant may apply for review if the visa applicant was outside of Australia at the time of visa application
  • You are an employer that applied for Standard Business Sponsorship and this application was refused

If you are in Australia or overseas, then we can apply to Administrative Appeal Tribunal on behalf of you for review. 


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