If the Department decided to cancel your visa or not to revoke your visa cancellation you may be eligible for appealing the decision to the Administrative Appeal tribunal (AAT).
Depending on the ground of the cancellation, the decision might be reviewed by the General Division of the AAT or Migration and Refugee Division of the AAT. In some cases, such as when the Minister personally has cancelled your visa, you might have no right to appeal the decision at the AAT. However, you may have ground for appealing the decision to the Federal Court of Australia.
Note: It is important to act quickly when you receive a Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) letter or a Notice of Cancellation letter. If you miss the AAT appeal deadline, you might not have any other chance to appeal and review the decision before the AAT. If you are in this situation and need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our registered migration agents have years of experience and a comprehensive knowledge of Australian migration law, so you can be rest assured that you and your case are in capable hands.