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AAT changes to hearings and conferences



The AAT will temporarily cease ‘in-person’ hearings, conferences and other events at its registries and instead aim, where possible, to deal with the cases by telephone or video link.Immigration News

The AAT has announced temporary changes to hearings and conferences.

 

Temporary arrangements will be in place at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) from its of business, Friday 20 March 2020.

 

The AAT will temporarily cease ‘in-person’ hearings, conferences and other events at its registries and instead aim, where possible, to deal with the cases by telephone or video link. Impacted individuals will be contacted to discuss alternative arrangements.

 

AAT registries continue to operate at this time and can be contacted through the online services, by email or by telephone.

 

If you are worried about your up-coming video-link hearing, No Borders Migration agents/lawyers can assist. No Borders Migration has assisted many clients in having adverse decisions overturned at the Migration Review Tribunal and are available to review your refusal letter to determine whether you may have an opportunity for a positive outcome through a Tribunal appeal. Please review our recent successful appeals.

 

We highly recommend seeking professional advice in migration law specialists to secure your rights and increase your chances of success before its too late.

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