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Ministerial Intervention

Ministerial Intervention

If your visa has been rejected, you may be able to apply for Ministerial Intervention. Under the Migration Act 1958, the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection may, in certain circumstances, overturn the original decision and grant you the visa. Ministerial Intervention is the last step of appeal in the visa process. This step should be properly considered and dealt with by an expert.

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