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Submissions for DIBP and Review Tribunals

We have a team of experienced lawyers, migration agents and technical writers to prepare winning submissions for different visas (e.g. Subclass 457, 187, 186, etc) and review appeals at the AAT. What makes us different from other writers in the market is our knowledge of Migration Law and our professional experience of dealing with Department of Immigration, Review Tribunals, Courts, and other authorities. 02 9687 9195

The migration industry is reporting high refusal rate for Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 457) and other Employer sponsored visas for not meeting Department’s genuine nomination criteria. We prepare Genuine Nomination submissions and Business Plans keeping in view current legislation, departmental policy, and prevalent trends. Since our submissions cover the nominations’ legislative end, department’s case officer need to work hard to come with a refusal decision which stands grounds in review appeal (if needed).

Our business plans for Business Innovation and Investment visas (Subclass 188) include sufficient information covering department’s expectations of genuine research into planned business ventures. The technical data is prepared by the professionals and presented as formal reports.

We also prepare submissions for review appeals. Many times review applicants or their representatives are not in a situation to come up with a submission themselves within due time. Our knowledge of Australian migration law and experience of representation in tribunals helps the clients to come up with strong/winning points in the appeal process.

Contact us for enquiries or to order submissions by email at 'submissions@sublimemigration.com' or by phone at 02 9687 9195.

 

 
 
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Submissions for DIBP and Review Tribunals
We have a team of experienced lawyers, migration agents and technical writers to prepare winning submissions for different visas (e.g. Subclass 457, 187, 186, etc) and review appeals at the AAT. What makes us different from other writers in the market is our knowledge of Migration Law and our professional experience of dealing with Department of Immigration, Review Tribunals, Courts, and other authorities.
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Significance of 05 Nov 2011
This date is important for International students in Australia planning to live beyond their student visa with full work rights. Graduate Visa, subclass 485, is the popular way followed after completion of Australian study. Students, who applied for their first Student Visa before 05 Nov 2011, can only avail Graduate Work stream of this visa and need to have their occupation listed in Skilled Occupation List.
 
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