REQUEST A CONSULTATION
If you have already been unsuccessful at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), Best Migration Services (‘BMS’) assesses your unsuccessful AAT case prior to lodging comprehensive Ministerial Intervention (MI) submissions to explain why the Minister of Home Affairs should intervene, take a full consideration of the submission materials and exercise his/her discretion on your MI case.
The Minister is not legally bound to intervene and usually only considers intervening when it is the public interest to do so. The Minister will consider cases that:
- Strong compassionate circumstances that if not recognised would result in serious, ongoing and irreversible harm and continuing hardship to an Australian citizen or an Australian family unit, where at least one member of the family is an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident.
- Compassionate circumstances regarding your age and/or health and/or psychological state, that if not recognised would result in serious, ongoing and irreversible harm and continuing hardship.
- Exceptional economic, scientific, cultural or other benefit that would result from you being permitted to remain in Australia.
- Circumstances not anticipated by relevant legislation; or clearly unintended consequences of legislation; or the application of relevant legislation leads to unfair or unreasonable results in your case.
- You cannot be returned to your country/countries of citizenship or usual residence due to circumstances outside your control.
BMS understands how the complex and lengthy process MI applications can be and will lodge strong and compelling submissions on your behalf. If you are considering making a request for MI, BMS strongly advises you get legal advice immediately.