The offices at Level 4, 119 North Quay and Level 26, 215 Adelaide Street have closed.
The office at level 5 of the same building has closed.
An increased fee of $1,731 is payable for all new applications for a review by the MRD.
The Attorney-General has announced appointments to the AAT.
The AAT’s decision in an application lodged by Mr Jagdeep Singh has been published on the AustLII website. A summary of the decision is available.
On 26 May, the AAT held the finals for the 2017 Noot Competition in Brisbane.
Interim President arrangements have been announced.
Federal Circuit Court decision about when the time period starts
The AAT’s 109 St Georges Terrace has now closed.
The Attorney-General has announced 17 appointments to the AAT.
The AAT’s 45 Grenfell Street and 91 Grenfell Street offices have now closed.
Our Annual Report 2015-16 is now available on our website.
Feedback received from the survey conducted in May 2016.
The eleventh annual Administrative Appeals Tribunal National Mooting Competition has been underway since August 2015 and is now approaching its Grand Final round on 6 October 2015.
From 1 October 2015, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal will only accept applications for review made to the Migration and Refugee Division on M1, M2 and R1 paper forms with design date 07/15, or those generated by the online lodgement system.
The President gave the annual Jack Richardson Oration at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra on 15 September 2015.
General Divisions’ registries across the country will be taking a coordinated approach to non-compliance by representatives from 1 September 2015.
The AAT’s Corporate Plan 2015–16 is available on the Corporate Information page.
2015 National Mooting Competition Advanced State Round information now available
Current vacancies in Canberra, Sydney and Perth
2015 National Mooting Competition Preliminary State Round information now available
Australia’s Attorney-General, Senator The Honourable George Brandis QC, today officially launched the Amalgamated Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Sydney.