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Question: can you write a submission to the Australian Appeals Tribunal in regards to appealing a decision to cancel a visa through the 501A mandatory visa cancellation

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Of course! Here's an example of a submission that could be made to the Australian Appeals Tribunal: To the Australian Appeals Tribunal, I am writing to appeal the decision to cancel my visa under the 501A mandatory visa cancellation provisions. While I understand the reasons for the initial decision, I sincerely believe that my circumstances warrant a reconsideration of this decision. To provide some background, I have lived in Australia for the past 10 years as a permanent resident. During this time, I have built a life here, including owning a home and starting a family. However, in December of 2020, I was informed by the Department of Immigration of my visa cancellation. While I acknowledge that I have had some minor run-ins with the law, I have never been convicted of any serious offenses. In particular, the offenses that the Department cites in their decision were non-violent and non-criminal in nature. Furthermore, I have taken steps to demonstrate my rehabilitation, including completing a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, engaging in counseling, and actively working to improve my behavior. I ask that you consider the impact that this decision will have on my family, as well as my overall contributions to Australian society. I strongly believe that I am a reformed individual who is committed to being a productive member of the community, and I would appreciate the opportunity to continue to call Australia my home. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, [Your Name]

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March 14, 2023, 1:21 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, March 14, 2023