Do you have a money-back guarantee if there is a visa refusal?

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    Trevor Cuss

    Migration law firms who generally offer this arrangement, typically charge much higher rates than our firm does so we have chosen not to operate on a “no win, no fee basis”. In the unlikely event that there is a visa refusal we are happy to offer all clients that we will redo their application/s, entirely without charging a professional fee. That arrangement is dependent on the visa refusal not being something outside of our control i.e. because of a serious error, a false statement by the client, fake document submission or an omission of key or important facts on the client’s part, or if there is a serious illness that led to the refusal. In those instances, we will also not be covering the Government related charges as those will be for your own account.

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