Notice of Intention to consider cancellation:
The Department of home affairs is normally required to send Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) other than limited circumstances when they can cancel your visa without NOICC. The NOICC can be sent to anyone when there are grounds for cancellation as per Migration Law 1958. Applicants are given a specified timeline to reply to the cancellation and response is considered before making a final decision on the matter.
Possible reasons to issue NOICC:
- Character reasons
- Visa conditions breached
- Incorrect or false information provided at the time of application
- Attendance or academic performance issues (Student visa)
- Breakdown of relationship (Partner visa)
- Withdrawal of sponsorship (Employer visa)
It is of paramount importance that a well-drafted response, along with relevant evidence, is prepared for any Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation (NOICC) as the final decision relies on responses provided by the applicant. It is advised to take help from a registered migration agent in case you have received a Notice of Intention to Consider Cancellation.
My visa has been refused. What are my options?
You can apply for AAT review within the stipulated time period. AAT is an independent tribunal who will review your case from a fresh perspective.
Can Indeedvisa help with my appeal at AAT?
The Indeedvisa team can help research your case and compare it with similar cases from the past to give you an idea of your chances at AAT.
Can I provide additional evidence for my AAT appeal?
Yes, you can provide additional evidence for your AAT appeal.