Ministerial Intervention


Australian Immigration and Border Protection Minister has the power to change any decision by any of the tribunals or courts.

You can make a request for ministerial intervention if you have received a decision by a review tribunal. This is because the minister’s public interest powers need a review tribunal decision to exist before he can intervene.

Ministerial Intervention is the last visa applicant chance built into Australia’s Migration Law. It enables the Minister to make a decision favourable to the applicant once all avenues of appeal have been exhausted, either from the Tribunals or Courts. The decision is made by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection personally.

Such applications are extremely complex and require a great deal of preparation from an experienced Migration Agent. Please contact us so that we can review your eligibility.