Are you ready for a better immigration outcome?
Did you just get a visa refusal? Or a visa cancellation? Or are you worried that a visa refusal or visa cancellation is just around the corner? Your life is now on hold. Bad news – it’s going to get worse before it gets better.
I say “getting worse” because unless you properly understand how the recent notification or immigration decision is going to affect you, you are looking down the barrel of a loaded shotgun. This is the nature of very strict immigration laws in Australia.
OK – Take a deep breath. Ask yourself this key question – “In how many ways does this latest development limit my options?”
Just one? “How big is the risk I now face of losing the life that I have come to know or expect?”
My advice is to get “real”, fast. After you properly understand the bad news, you’ll be able to make far better immigration decisions for yourself. Yes! Be “real” now. Don’t get your advice sugar-coated to make it appear more pleasant than it is. And don’t settle for half-baked advice offered easily by friends, relatives, and free-consult migration agents.
You see – in the last 18 years, I’ve seen thousands and thousands of immigration notifications, visa refusal decisions, and visa cancellations. Most haven’t been properly explained to visa applicants or sponsors like you.
Don’t come to me!
Are you a visa expert? Are you the best immigration lawyer for this situation? Don’t come to me if you are. You don’t need me.
I’m not necessarily the best! But if you want clarity today and you want to start improving your situation now, rather than flying blind, book in a consultation with us.
My Tips For Getting Better Visa Outcomes:
#1 Know your very best option, not the easiest one.
#2 Be confident the advice you are getting is 100% right for you.
#3 Write a better submission (or get help) to save you grief later.
Why Use An Immigration Lawyer?
The best Australian Immigration Lawyers can help you lodge a better visa application.
You’ll get practical advice on how to avoid a visa refusal or a visa cancellation.
We offer a very outcome-focused service for obtaining Australian visa grants and immigration troubleshooting.
Sound interesting? It should – because many of our clients make mistakes with their immigration applications before coming to see us.
Don’t be a visa applicant or sponsor who decides to consult an Immigration Lawyer only after things have gone wrong.
Help You Can Expect:
We help many applicants respond to Department of Immigration “emails”, “invitations to comment” and “notices”. We can also help you make sure your next visa application is made properly.
Right from the outset, we’ll make your ride a little easier for you – with honest, realistic and accurate advice.
Every week we help people like you get visa grants to come to Australia or stay here for longer.
Together we have dealt with thousands of visa cases and we have argued several hundred visa appeals.
We spend most of our time learning about the latest developments in immigration law. You’ll find updates on immigration law practice here on this website.
Also every week, we negotiate cases and communicate with Immigration Officers and make submissions to AAT (Immigration Tribunal) members.
We attend (yes- right next to you) at Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) hearings, prepare submissions for visa cancellation and refusal appeals and seek the review of visa decisions in the Federal Circuit Court (FCC) and in the Federal Court of Australia – looking carefully for administrative decisions infected with legal error, often referred to as “jurisdictional error”.
We can’t guarantee the grant of any visa, but we do offer a 100% guarantee that we’ll help you make better Immigration applications and submissions.
Your First Step:
The first step toward getting a better immigration outcome is to have a realistic game plan – do this today by calling us – we’ll help you book in for a very personal consultation, at one of our convenient locations or by telephone conference.
Why have a consultation? Because you don’t know what you don’t know.