Overview: AAT stands for Administrative Appeal Tribunal. Applicants can apply for the review of their visa cancellation or refusal to AAT. AAT is the independent body from the Department of Home Affairs. AAT has power to consider the applicant’s migration matter on merit grounds and can remit/affirm the original decision made by the DHA.
- Subclass 189- Skilled Independent Visa
- Subclass 190- Skilled Nominated Visa
- Subclass 491- Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa
In case your visa has been refused, the AAT reconsiders your case, reviewing the facts, documents and evidences provided based on laws relating to your specific immigration application. They arrive at a new independent decision.
If you have officially received a notification from The Department of Home Affairs of canceling/refusing your visa application, do not be disheartened. We will help you find a way forward! Possible reasons for refusal of visa application
Not limiting to but following might be the reasons for the refusal of your visa:
- Failing to provide details of financial capacity
- Imperfect, incomplete or incorrect information
- Sponsor of the applicant unable to meet the eligibility criteria
- Applicant’s inability to provide evidence of solid future plans and leaving the country
- Inaccuracy in Points calculation
- Fake/ faulty Documents
- Application in the wrong type of visa category
In majority of these cases, the applicant may still be able to acquire a valid visa by approaching Administrative Appeal Tribunal. Worry not! Our consultants at Vision Overseas Australia will guide to make your application for AAT review.
Please contact us for further details at 1300 VOGROUP
Visa Subclass 189
The 189 Visa is a permanent visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an Australian company, family member, state or territory. To be eligible for the Skilled Independent visa, applicants must score at least 65 points on the point. The candidate must submit an expression of interest (EOI) and be invited by SkillSelect to apply for this visa. The visa holder and accompanying family members can live, work and study in Australia as permanent residents once the Skilled Independent Visa is approved.
Visa Subclass 190
The Skilled Nominated Visa is a permanent visa for skilled workers nominated by a state or territory government in Australia. To be eligible to apply for a Skilled Nominated Visa, applicants must receive a minimum of 65 points on a points assessment and be nominated by a participating State or Territory government in Australia. You must submit an expression of interest (EOI) and be invited by SkillSelect to apply for this visa.
Visa Subclass 191
The Skilled Work Regional Visa is a five-year visa designed to encourage skilled professionals to live and work in specific regional areas of Australia. Applicants must be sponsored by an Australian relative who lives in a defined location, or by the government of a State or Territory.
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We at Vision Overseas Group assist clients in making the process of skilled migration easier and less stressful. Skilled migration is a difficult visa to obtain because it necessitates a great deal of documentation and takes a long time. We take our clients' burdens on our shoulders and deliver excellent outcomes. We provide a diverse choice of skilled migration visas, and our staff of professionals has been working on them for decades.