Ministerial Intervention

You can make a request for ministerial intervention if you have received a decision by a review tribunal.

The Minister has powers that allow him to intervene to replace a review tribunal’s decision on a person’s case with a decision that is more favourable to that person when he thinks it is in the public interest to do so.

The minister generally only intervenes in a relatively small number of cases.

For you to get any chance of success, you need to demonstrate there are unique or exceptional circumstances exist that you should remain in Australia.

  • Review the prospect of Ministerial Intervention
  • Draft the Letter to Minister explaining the unique or exceptional circumstances in your case
  • Collating, organising and presenting supporting documents and evidence
  • Assistance with bridging visa application and attend the interviews during the M/I process
  • Manage all the correspondences with the Minister

Click here to book a Ministerial Intervention Case Assessment online!