AAT (formerly known as MRT)

Australian visas can be refused for a number of reasons, but mainly come down to how DOHA interpret whether you meet the requirements for the grant of a visa or not. Likewise, visas are also subject to cancellation if certain conditions and requirements applicable after the grant of your visa have not been met.

If you come to I-Migration with a visa refusal decision from an earlier lodgement, we can assist you in the process of appealing the decision if you’re eligible. Also, if your visa has been cancelled due to a breach of conditions, it’s important that you act fast, as visa refusals and cancellations have a very limited window to appeal the decision.

We will review the facts of your case and outline whether we think there is a chance of the decision being overturned. We will then represent your case at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and advise what further pathway you may undertake.

It’s very important that if your visa is refused or cancelled to notify I-Migration ASAP.


To solve your doubts or see if you are eligible for this visa, please contact us for an assessment.



I first met Antony when my student visa (573) was cancelled for breaching condition 8202, due to not studying my enrolled course for more than a year, due to personal circumstances.

Antony was very sympathetic and understanding to me and gave me new hope. He outlined to me that he believed I had a strong case and suggested me to appeal. Antony appealed my case and represented me at the AAT (formerly known as the MRT).

He prepared me for the hearing and avocated for me in an extremely professional and confident manner. Shortly after the hearing, Antony contacted me to tell me that the AAT had overturned the decision to cancel my visa and my visa was reinstated. I was so happy when I received his phone call.

Antony then suggested the 457 pathway for me, due to the fact that I had a sponsor. He also represented me for that visa and it was granted shortly after lodgement.

I can highly recommend I-Migration for their professionalism, knowledge and confidence given with the problems that I faced.
— Daniel (Colombia)