Immigration Lawyer For A Second Opinion?
Nilesh Nandan | Immigration Lawyer
I’m Nilesh Nandan. I help people like you every day with Immigration lodgements and appeals.
I’ve trained as an Immigration Lawyer in Australia. Admitted to practice law 20 years ago, I’ve been helping visa applicants and sponsors for the last 15 years. All I do now is practice Immigration Law. I’d like you to call me to discuss your next immigration move.
Have you wasted too much time already worrying about how best to get started? Unsure what to do next?
What the consequences will be if your application is delayed, or your visa is refused, or your visa is cancelled?
If you answer YES! to any of these questions, then call me today.
I’ll explain how Immigration can be made easier.
I’ll help you to respond more effectively to Immigration requests and explain the best pathway to follow, to get a visa outcome you can live with.
I can’t help everybody, but I guarantee you’ll get the confidence to deal positively with Immigration, whatever your circumstances, by retaining me.
BBus(Accy) LLB(QUT) GDLP(QUT) MBA(IntBus) MARN 0104983
Immigration Law Specialist | MyVisa®
Note:. We are not the Department of Immigration (DIBP). We are independent visa experts.
Free Advice From An Immigration Lawyer?
Sorry. I don’t provide free services, except in limited circumstances.
For free visa advice, you can visit www.immi.gov.au or call them at 131881 – If you need my help and experience in dealing with the DIBP (Immigration), then please contact my office to arrange a paid consult with me.
I simply offer to listen carefully. I’ll get to understand your circumstances and then I’ll advise you on what steps to take next.
Your next steps are the most important you could be making in your immigration journey.
If you are a sponsor, or visa applicant, or a concerned friend or partner, book a consult (and pay for accurate advice) with an Immigration Lawyer to help you make sure you are on track.
How Immigration Lawyers Help With Visa Refusals & Visa Cancellations?
If your visa has been refused, I can help you understand the reasons why the refusal occurred, and then will quickly clarify this for you in simple terms. I can help you confirm options and select the best way forward. What can be done to fix difficult situations depends on how well you and I communicate, share information, and the level of trust we have in each other.
If you are worried that your visa application is likely to be refused, I could be useful to get things back on track, before the refusal decision is made.
I have many clients who dig themselves deeper and deeper into holes when trying to sort things out themselves. Get good advice early!
I specialise in understanding the legal rules (immigration laws, regulations and case law precedents) affecting your case, not just the internal policies that an Immigration Case Officer at the Department of Immigration might apply.
There can be a very big difference between what the law says on the one hand, and the policy and methodology used by an Immigration Case Officer to decide your case, on the other hand. The difference is the gap you need to plug and we’ll work on this together.
Over the last fifteen years I have seen many cases (almost daily) where decisions are made contrary to law. Immigration lawyers like me can scrutinise the difference between the good and bad decisions of Immigration. I read hundreds of decisions. That’s my job.
I can help you troubleshoot cases where Immigration has applied the wrong policy or methodology, resulting in an incorrect or unlawful refusal or cancellation.
Every month, hundreds of visa applications are refused inappropriately. Just look at the approvals received every month after the same refused visa or cancelled visa application, is either appealed successfully by us or re-lodged with our proper submissions.
Get some advice quickly from a lawyer like me that specialises in Immigration – it might be possible to avoid a visa refusal or visa cancellation, if you act fast.
A visa refusal can be stressful and costly. Strict deadlines apply during which you must appeal the refusal. Refusal decisions also limit significantly further lodgement options.
So, if you have been refused, let’s discuss without delay, how to make the most of your situation.