SAHARAN FAMILY & CRIMINAL LAWYERS is one of the few law firms in Western Australia specialising in migration law. Migration law is a complex area of law. So, you need someone like us who have the required expertise to represent your interest effectively. Our costs are reasonable and we work on most matters on fixed fees basis.


We can assist you if you:

  •  Are unlawfully in Australia
  • Are in immigration detention
  • No longer have any confidence in your current registered migration agent
  • Have not had your case/application properly prepared or presented by your registered migration agent
  • Have had your visa cancelled, or it is about to be cancelled
  • Have had their visa application refused, or it is about to be refused
  • Are about to be removed or deported from Australia
  • Need to leave Australia and lodge an application overseas
  • Face an “exclusion period” and need to show exceptional circumstances for a visa to be granted
  • Have exhausted their application and appeal options and need to apply for Ministerial intervention into their case
  • Have complained to the Ombudsman seeking an investigation of a decision and/or the conduct of the Immigration Department
  • Need to overcome exclusion periods which would prevent you from returning to Australia within a given period, or lodging a further visa application
  • Need to overcome a “no further stay” condition on their visa
  • Are partner visa applicant who has been the subject of domestic violence
  • Are provisional or temporary partner visa holder whose relationship with their Australian partner has ended
  • Have applied for a partner visa through a different sponsor in the past and now seek a partner visa through a new sponsor
  • Have previously sponsored an ex-partner for a partner visa and seek to sponsor their new partner
  • Have applied for a partner visa but are involved in a new genuine relationship with a person other than their original sponsor
  • Hold employer sponsored temporary work visas and their employment has terminated
  • Hold valid a valid visa but have engaged in criminal activity or in conduct which brings character into question
  • Have used a false identity to enter and/or remain in Australia
  • Have a need for your application to be processed urgently
  • Are required to show ‘exceptional circumstances’ for the grant of a visa, or demonstrate that you are exempt from certain criteria
  • Have failed in getting the desired outcome through Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) review
  • Have failed to satisfy the grounds for Australian citizenship
  • Are responding to notices to consider cancellation or refusal
  • Are facing citizenship refusal
  • Need to appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (formerly MRT and RRT)
  • Need to seek review of AAT decision through the Federal Courts.
  •  Please contact our office to discuss your situation.
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