Sometimes a visa decision taken by the immigration department may go wrong. Or sometimes you being an applicant may not be satisfied with the visa decision taken by the respective department.
For situations as such, there are tribunals set by Australia immigration department. Each tribunal considers applications for different types of "Reviewable Decisions." You will be advised by the concerned authority whether or not a decision is "reviewable," if it is, then you can submit a visa decision review application.
The following tribunals review your application:
For more information on filing a review petition with any of the above Tribunals, Reach out to us. We have Registered Migration Agents do it for you.
An application fee of AUD$1604 is payable in all cases except when applying for review of a bridging visa decision (including any related decision to require a security bond) that resulted in a person being placed in immigration detention.
Our deliverable if registered for an Australia visa process: