Ministerial Intervention is usually the last option for people looking to have their issues considered. Hence, it is essential that your case is submitted to the Minister in the best possible way.
The Minister can reserve a judgment that has been made by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), with a more positive decision. The Minister has a set guideline that describes the types of cases that might be referred for the Minister’s consideration which fall under unique or exceptional circumstances.
With our skills and knowledge, will assist you better in presenting the case that meets the Minister’s guidelines.
The Minister has provided the following guidance on the types of unique and exceptional circumstances that could be brought to the Minister’s attention. This list is not exhaustive.
- Ministerial Interference is generally the last option for people looking to have their matter considered and it is exceptionally important that you are signified by experienced and highly experienced immigration lawyers presenting your case to the Minister in the best conceivable way.
- Strong compassionate circumstances that if not recognized would result in serious, ongoing and irreversible harm and continuing hardship to an Australian citizen or an Australian family unit, where at least one member of the family member is an Australian citizen or Australian PR.
- Compassionate circumstances regarding your age and/or health and/or psychological state, that if not recognized would result in serious, ongoing and, irreversible harm and continuing hardship.
- Exceptional economic, systematic, cultural, or other advantages, that would cause you to be allowed to remain in Australia.
- Conditions not expected by applicable legislation; or clearly unintentional outcomes of legislation; or the application of relevant legislation lead to unethical or unreasonable results in your case.
- You cannot be returned to your country of citizenship or usual residence due to conditions outside your control.