Submissions (DOHA/AAT/MI)

When you apply for a visa to the Department of Home Affairs (DOHA) by lodging an application along with supporting documents, you may receive a request from the Case Officer (Decision Maker) requesting you for further information in support of your application within a tight timeframe. This is called a Request for Further Information or “RFI”.Other than RFI, submissions are also required to be made before the AAT (Administrative Appeals Tribunal) and to the Minister, as the case may be, for various matters such as visa refusal, refusal of nomination etc.

McKkr’s offers services in drafting submissions to Migration Agents and Lawyers who have received RFI requests or any refusals from DOHA and want to make strong submissions before the AAT or the Minister for their client, Discuss your Case with us today.To know more about RMA Consultations, click here.

RFI is generally issued for many applications where decision cannot be made by the Case Officer based on the available information. Of course, timing is critical. However, it is an opportunity to address Officer’s concerns to their full satisfaction.

While drafting all types of submissions, a careful approach needs to be taken. It is always good to structure your presentation of evidences through powerful submissions addressing each concern of the officer. This does not only need a good understanding of migration law and policies but also a strategic approach.

We at McKkr’s specialise in writing submissions and have assisted several Migration Agents and Lawyers in getting approvals of their clients’ applications from DOHA and favourable decisions from the AAT and the Minister.

If your client is in this situation and needs help, Discuss your Case or call us on +61 2 46261002 to speak to our migration specialists.