Ministerial Intervention

Subclass 820 Partner Visa and the Schedule 3 requirement

How to establish compelling and successful circumstances to waive the Schedule 3 criteria: The client presented to our office with a refusal from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (‘DIBP’) in relation to a refused (subclass 820) partner visa as the client failed to meet Schedule 3 of the Migration Regulations. Upon review of

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Adverse information

How to address adverse information  to avoid a potential pic 4020 issue and achieve a successful review at the AAT:  Immigration Solutions Lawyers recently attended the AAT with a client and were able to help them achieve a successful outcome. This case primarily dealt with the refusal of a Partner Visa (subclass 801) application by

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Primary Protection Visa Application

Do not underestimate the importance of Comprehensive Legal Arguments as attention to detail at the primary level is essential to a successful outcome: The Australian government have the power to grant a non-citizen a Protection visa in situations where that person would likely suffer persecution in their home country due to their race, religion, political

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Meeting the Residence Requirement in Citizenship

You may be eligible for Ministerial Discretion and what you need to do to satisfy this: Currently applicants for Australian Citizenship are required to have been in Australia for at least four years, including at least one year as a permanent resident, prior to the lodgement of a citizenship application. Additionally, the applicant cannot have

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