Hi! You’re speaking with John Melis, a solicitor in Australia.
Did you receive any information from the immigration office regarding the Visa application?
my case is a Immigration Protection visa refusal AAT appealVictoria
could you please advise me in Melbourne, what court is the right one ?I live in Wodonga, Victoria,
1. WHAT court is the correct appeal court is itFCFOA ? or FCCfederal circuit and family court of Australia?or Federal circuit courtWhat is the right webForms to print outWebsites
Do I need to go there in Person to lodge my appeal ?What is the address ?Or how to make it per email ?
2. How do I apply for the prolongation of my Bridging VISA A ?Could you advise me please ?
Or could you lodge my Appeal ( I written 25 pages myself)Rita***@******.*** 638 724or Telstra0482 953 373
Hi, I need to lodge my AAT appeal , I prefer Chat of Email please
I need to know what court is the right one, FCOA or FCC, ?
What address in Melbourn ?
What is the web for the right forms,what Forms to print out
Could you send me the right forms to my Email please ?
You make your appeal to the AAT, not the court.
I already went through AAT.
I got the negative decision from AAT that confirmed the Immigration officer decision to refuse my Protection visa application
I have few days to Appeal I am very stressed
Can you show the AAT order please?
What is your Email ? I can send all my documents from AAT decision.
The AAT decision was 11/1 and I have 35 days - but better to lodge the next week Monday
As I have to go with the stamped lodge appeal application to the Immigration to ask for prolongation of my Bridging VISA
What did the ATT order say, can you upload it.
I am under huge pressure,
How to appload to the chat ? There are PDF documents, that I might send you into Email,
What is your Email
Upload it to the chat box.
Dear Mrs Walsh,
I am writing in relation to an application for review by the Migration and Refugee Division of the AAT.Please read the attached correspondence carefully.
If you have any questions or are experiencing problems opening the document/s attached to this email message, please contact us immediately at***@******.***, or call 1800 228 333.Please refer to the AAT website for information about temporary changes in place to respond to the impact of COVID-19 on services: https://www.aat.gov.au/fact-sheets/migration-and-refugee-review-fact-sheets/special-measures-during-the-covid-19-pandemicYours sincerelyAisling M
For the Registrar
Case number:(###) ###-####14 January 2022
Mrs MIiroslava Walsh
Dear Mrs Walsh, Master BAWIA and Master BAWIA
NOTIFICATION OF DECISION – MRS MIIROSLAVA WALSH, MASTER
FREDERICK BAWIA AND MASTER ANTHONY BAWIA
I am writing in relation to the applications for review made by you in respect of
decisions to refuse to grant Protection visas.
We have decided to affirm the decisions under review. This means that the decisions
of the delegate of the Minister remain in force and your applications to have those
decisions changed have been unsuccessful. It also means that you must pay a fee of
$1673.00.The Tribunal will contact you separately about paying the fee.
A copy of our statement of decision and reasons and a fact sheet are enclosed. A
copy of the statement of decision and reasons is also being given to the Department of
Home Affairs. Our review has now been completed.
If you have any questions, please email***@******.***, or contact me on the
number listed below, or telephone our national enquiry line on 1800 228 333. For
language assistance, please contact the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on
For the Registrar
Telephone: 03 9454 6100
Written record of the outcome of
If we affirm the decision under review, deciding that the delegate’s
decision should not be changed, or decide we have no jurisdiction to
review a decision, your bridging visa will cease either,
o 35 days after our decision is made (if your bridging visa was
granted on or after 19 November 2016); or
o 28 days after you are notified of our decision (if your bridging visa
was granted prior to 19 November 2016).
If you decide to seek judicial review of our affirmed or no jurisdiction
decision, you may be eligible for a bridging visa that will keep your immigration
status lawful throughout this process. You should apply for another bridging
visa before your current bridging visa ceases.
The effect on a bridging visa may be different where there is a decision to set
aside the decision under review and substitute a decision not to cancel a
visa, or that the visa application is invalid. In these circumstances contact the
department for specific information about your situation.
If you have any questions about your immigration status, or if your contact
details have changed since you last communicated with the department, you
should contact the department on 131 881.
Special arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you do not have a visa to remain in Australia and you are unable to
depart Australia due to travel restrictions or no available flights, you must
apply to the Department of Home Affairs for a further visa prior to your
current visa ceasing. If you are unable to apply for a substantive visa
prior to your current visa ceasing, you should apply for a Bridging Visa E.
You will be expected to leave Australia as soon as practicable once your
departure from Australia becomes possible.
For further information visit: immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/visa-about-toexpire/stay-longer.
The Minister may substitute a more favourable decision
The Minister has powers under the Migration Act 1958 to substitute our
decision with a decision that is more favourable to the applicant. Generally,
the Minister will only do so if there are compelling, compassionate or
Review of decisions
Applicants can apply to the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (the
Court) for judicial review of our decisions. The Court will consider whether we
made a jurisdictional error. If you wish to apply for review, you must do so
within 35 days of the date of our decision. If you require an extension of time,
you must ask for it in the application and explain why. The Court will decide
whether or not to grant an extension of time.
The ASRC advice is to appeal to FCC court, and I heard about Jokovic he was in FCC court decision,
But the MRDivision of AAT talk about review on Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia , web FCFCOA
What is the basis of the appeal that you want run in the FCC.
Missinf Fairness and Procedural failur, Ignorance of some documents provided
Are you able to answer my question ? What court FCFOA or FCC ?
The right forms for the appeal ?
What web and what forms web address ?
You use the General Application on the form.
Are you able to copy the right website and web with the Application for the AAT review appeal to FCC .PDF ? please
The link to the right FCC application for Appeal please ?
Could you please copy the link to the AAT appeal application pdf ?
Could you please copy the link to the Affodivat -my personal prove of Identification
Here is the link to the form.https://www.fcfcoa.gov.au/migration-law/forms/app-migration
Excuse me Where do I find the document filing an Application – Migration Act. The application must briefly state the orders sought and the basis on which they are sought
It is not easy to get through the Web, is just information, no Documents Application PDF is there
Extension of time Application
If you prefer to talk on the telephone, I have sent you a special offer of $8.00 to assist you in more detail, as it will make it easier to discuss your matter. I kindly request that you complete the information on the offer, and we can talk straight away as you need. Otherwise, we can keep chatting in this box.
I prefer the chat or Email,
I already pad 5 AUD, for Legal Aid advice
We can chat in this box as long as you need.
I hope this message finds you are well.
Just recapping your circumstance:
You are wanting to appeal the refusal of your Visa. The key element in appealing is to find an aspect of law associated with your Visa application which has not been addressed properly. That requires careful diligence. You should consider engaging a lawyer to carry out an assessment on your case. The matter you bring is before the federal circuit court.
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