Response to NOICC Visa Cancellation Appeal

Receiving a Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) can be daunting. If you are faced with a NOICC you are entitled to seek professional advice and assistance with providing response.

    In many cases, where a visa is cancelled, the decision can be appealed. Our team has had experience in successfully overturning visa cancellation and in all successful cases, receiving information and instruction at the earliest possible time was crucial to attaining a positive outcome.

There are various reasons that the Department of Home Affairs may consider cancelling a visa. In some cases the reason for cancellation requires mandatory cancellation but in many other situations, immigration officers can apply discretion and consider reasons why a visa should not be cancelled even when the grounds to cancel exists.

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Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC)

These NOICC notices are generally provided to visa holders inside Australia. By law, a NOICC must clearly outline the particular ground for cancellation and the information that has been relied on to establish such position. If you have received such notice you are entitled to seek professional advice and assistance.

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Appeal of decision to cancel Merits Review Appeal - Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT)

If a decision to cancel a visa is received, in many circumstances the decision can be appealed. As with responding to the NOICC you can seek professional assistance with the appeal process.

Immigration Advice and Assistance

It is important to note that the information supplied confirms the types of visas applications we can assist with. To attain professional immigration advice, on the requirements of a particular process and to gauge your suitability, formal initial consultation is required. Please contact us to arrange a suitable time with one of our Registered Migration Agents. Following consultation we can provide service agreement should you wish to engage us for a particular matter.


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