If you have had your visa cancelled, or received from the Department of Home Affairs a NOIC (Notice of Intended Cancellation), we recommend you seek professional advice, and promptly.
A visa may be cancelled for reasons, including, but not limited to, a breach of visa conditions, and provision of false or misleading information.
Any visa cancellation must be taken seriously. If not, you may be taken away and held at an immigration detention centre.
Seeking and obtaining professional advice early will be in your best interests, and will enable you to respond promptly and accurately to the Department of Home Affairs. This will give you the best chance of challenging your visa cancellation.
We can also provide advice as to any other alternative visas you might be eligible for.
Please contact us to see how we can assist you.