Section 57: A Guide To Invitation To Respond Letters [Updated 2020]

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So you’ve received the Invitation to Comment letter issued under section 57 of the Migration Act?

This is usually because something is worrying the decision maker about your application for a visa for Australia.

It could well be that there is nothing problematic for you at all and that issues concerning the decision maker at the Department can easily be clarified.

If you are well organised, able to articulate your circumstances and have time to put together a response to the Invitation to Comment Letter, then you don’t need me.

However, if on the other hand you’re worried about what the Department case officer is thinking, then you might consider having a 10 minute chat with me to discuss your options further.

The Invitation to Comment letter is also known as a section 56 letter. Its name originates from the section of the Migration Act. Section 57 authorises the issue of the letter by a case officer to a visa applicant prior to making a decision in relation to a visa application.

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