Court Appeals [Refusals]
Visa Migration Services Australia does not manage or provide advice for court appeals.
An example of when you may require judicial review is a visa refusal under The Migration Act 1958 and Migration Regulations 1994. There is a process. Before an immigration matter is to be heard, it must have first been reviewed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. If the AAT agrees that you should not have been granted the visa, then you may consider a court appeal.
VMSA does not and cannot provide judicial review services.