How To Succeed in Visa Reviews, The Factors That Really Matter For Refugees
When seeking a review of their case, refugees and asylum seekers with legal representation are unsurprisingly much more likely to succeed than those without legal representation – but new data has revealed they are seven times more likely to succeed. Additionally, those from certain countries are more likely to succeed over others.
This new data has revealed the factors that really do matter when getting a case reviewed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and it is surprising to say the least!
The Daily was joined by Daniel Ghezelbash, an Associate Professor at Macquarie Universities Law School to unpack what factors really matter, and the significance of such research.
To find out more, Daniel’s article in The Conversation can be found here.