Ministerial Intervention

Compelling and Compassionate Reasons for the Minister to waive the 8503 ‘no further stay’ condition

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection can impose certain conditions on visas that restrict what visas holders can do. The 8503 ‘no further stay’ is a common condition placed on visitor or working holiday visas that prohibits the visa holder from applying for a subsequent visa onshore. The only exception to this condition is

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The Importance of focusing on strong arguments and benefit to Australia when seeking Ministerial Intervention Request.

The applicant entered Australia as the holder of a Higher Education Section subclass 573 visa. During his time studying in Australia, the applicant applied for six successful extensions to the 573 visa that allowed him to complete three educational courses including; a TAFE Diploma of Business Management, Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters of Business

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Lateral Thinking – Where Health Criteria cannot be met. Always important to have a strategy and defined pathway in place.

The first step in migration to Australia is lodging a valid visa application. Each visa has a different application process and criteria that the applicant is required to meet. Before applying for a visa it is important to understand the process, ensure that you will likely meet the criteria and acquire all the applicable documents

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Success with a Ministerial Intervention. The significance of actions outside your control.

The Applicant came to Immigration Solutions Lawyers seeking assistance with a repeat ministerial intervention. The Applicant had lodged a number of applications in the past and sought the assistance of the dedicated legal team at Immigration Solutions. The applicant had lived in Australia for over 22 years, having arrived at aged 6, on a visitor

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