Does using a immigration lawyer guarantee the success of my visa application?

If you’re applying for a visa here in Queensland, you may be wondering whether a immigration lawyer can guarantee the success of your application.

The short answer is no, an immigration lawyer cannot guarantee the success of your visa application.

The success of your visa application will depend on a number of factors, including your eligibility for the visa, the completeness and accuracy of your application, and the discretion of the Department of Home Affairs in assessing your application.

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While an immigration lawyer can provide you with good guidance on the visa application process and help you prepare a strong application, they cannot guarantee that your application will be successful.

The Department of Home Affairs has the final say in whether to grant or refuse a visa application, and their decision is based on a thorough assessment of your application and supporting documents.

Of course, having an experienced immigration lawyer who is familiar with the nuances of applications, can significantly improve the process for you.

It’s important to be wary of an immigration lawyer who make promises or guarantees about the success of your visa application. These promises are often misleading and can lead to disappointment and financial loss if your application is refused.

Instead, it’s important to choose a reputable and experienced immigration lawyer who can provide you with honest and realistic advice about your visa options and the likelihood of success.

Steven Gething, our principal Immigration Lawyer, takes an enormous amount of pride in providing good advice based on years  of experience.

Steven will work with you to prepare a strong application and provide you with the best possible chance of success. Contact Steven on 07 3317 8380 or here 


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