Any person who remains without a valid visa or Bridging visa in Australia is liable for detention and possible removal from Australia. We can assist you to liaise with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) to ‘regularise’ your visa status and apply for the appropriate Bridging visa.
We assist people who have been detained after their visas have been cancelled or they have been found to be unlawful in the community. This assistance can include applications for Bridging visas and appeals on the refusal of a Bridging visa. If a person is in immigration detention and their Bridging visa has been refused, there is a very quick and strict time limit for lodging a valid appeal to the Tribunal.
The Registered Migration Agents at MSM Legal can also advise and assist with Bridging visa related issues including applications for permission to work or study, renewing Bridging visas, refusal and cancellation, and associated appeals to the Tribunal. In all cases, matters involving Bridging visas require timely advice and action.
Our experienced Registered Migration Agents are well versed to counsel you on these matters and can respond quickly to time sensitive issues. Contact us now, before it becomes too late!