Have you had your visa cancelled, or has the Department of Home Affairs sent you a NOIC, or Notice of Intended Cancellation, that they are seeking to cancel your visa?
A visa may be cancelled for a many number of reasons, including, but not limited to, a breach of visa conditions, character issues, or claims that you provided false or misleading information with your application or on arrival to Australia.
The cancellation of a visa is a serious event. It is stressful for you and those around you. If a visa is cancelled, you may be detained at an immigration detention centre until you are deported, or while an appeal is being heard. You may also find that you have an exclusion period preventing the grant of certain visas for Australia for up to 3 years or more.
If you have received a Notice of Intention to Cancel (NOIC) your visa, you must respond quickly.
Obtaining good advice early on will give you the best chance to provide a response to the Department as to why your visa should not be cancelled.
Obvia Legal will assist visa holders with visa cancellation issues, both in responding to Department, and on appeal. Contact us now and book an appointment to discuss your matter before it becomes too late!