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Have You Received an Adverse Decision?


Most people do not expect to be refused. It seems reasonable to assume that good people, with good intentions, should not have any problems.


But in practice, that’s not how our immigration system works. As such, people often find themselves unexpectedly fighting for their lives against what they know to be an unjust decision.


The problem is, if your decision-maker did not know it was unjust, who will? And how?


Tough questions need to be asked: how well do you really understand the legislative criteria, caselaw and policy upon which such decisions are made? How well did you (or your representative) communicate your case?



You Do Not Need to Accept an Unfair Decision


Global Mobility Immigration Lawyers understands that when you decide to get a decision overturned or revoked, you cannot afford to make any false moves, that it may be your last real chance.


We represent clients seeking to overturn decisions, in all forums including:

•    Applications for internal review or revocation
•    Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)
•    Federal Circuit Court
•    Federal Court
•    High Court
•    Applications for Ministerial intervention


Time is of the Essence


Reviews and appeals are, with few exceptions, subject to very tight deadlines. If you have received an adverse decision, you should explore your options immediately, before time runs out. A few days can make all the difference.


Evan Resnik

We would like to thank you for your help and support we received recently. You were able to put our minds at ease and we appreciate the sound advice you gave us and the results we were looking for. We intend to pass on your details to our friends living in South Africa for their immigration needs.


Get started on your case today by scheduling a free mini consultation with an accredited specialist immigration lawyer in Melbourne.


Call now on +613 8740 2191, or click the button below to book online.


Get started on your case today by scheduling a free mini consultation with an accredited specialist immigration lawyer in Melbourne.


Tap to call on +613 8740 2191, or click the button below to book online.

Have You Received an Adverse Decision?
Most people do not expect to be refused. It seems reasonable to assume that good people, with good intentions should not have any problems.
But in practice, that’s not how our immigration system works. As such, people often find themselves unexpectedly fighting for their lives against what they know to be an unjust decision. The problem is, if your decision-maker did not know it, who else will? And how?
Tough questions need to be asked: how well do you really understand the legislative criteria, caselaw and policy upon which such decisions are made? How well did you (or your representative) communicate your case?
You Do Not Need to Accept an Unfair Decision
Global Mobility Immigration Lawyers understands that when you decide to get a decision overturned or revoked, you cannot afford to make any false moves, that it may be your last real chance.
We represent clients in all forums, seeking to overturn decisions via:
•    Applications for internal review or revocation
•    Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)
•    Federal Circuit Court
•    Federal Court
•    High Court
•    Applications for Ministerial intervention
Time is of the Essence
Reviews and appeals are, with few exceptions,subject to very tight deadlines. If you have received an adverse decision, you should explore your options immediately, before time runs out. A few days can make all the difference.
To get started, call +613 9123 1234 or click on the button below to book your consultation online.
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