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Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Migration and Refugee Division fee increase from 1 July 2017

Administrative Appeals Tribunal - Migration & Refugee Division fee increase from 1 July 2017 for review of a migration or refugee decision

From 1 July 2017, the fee will increase to $1,731 for all new applications for a review of a migration or refugee decision by the Migration & Refugee Division where a fee is payable.

The fee payable after an unfavourable review decision is made by the Migration & Refugee Division in relation to a protection visa will also be $1,731.

In cases where a 50% fee reduction is granted the reduced fee will be $865.50.

The biennial fee increase is prescribed in the Migration Regulations.

The new fee will be reflected in updated application forms, available on our website at www.aat.gov.au from 1 July 2017.

Refunds:

The refund formula for MRD  cases remains the same ie, the AAT will refund 50% of the full application fee if there is a favorable decision on any case. If the AAT decide that an application is invalid, the entire fee paid will be refunded. 

The AAT recommends that members refer to the How much will it cost? page on the web.

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