(1) A person who wants to make an application for the review of a migration decision must file an originating application, in accordance with Form 70.
Note 1: The Federal Court only has original jurisdiction in relation to migration decisions of the kind identified in section 476A of the Migration Act 1958 .
Note 2: A lawyer may file an application only if the application includes, or is accompanied by, a certificate under section 486I of the Migration Act 1958 signed by the lawyer.
Note 3: An application in relation to a tribunal decision must include a disclosure under section 486D of the Migration Act 1958 .
Note 4: The application must be made within 35 days of the migration decision--see section 477A of the Migration Act 1958 .
(2) If the grounds of the application include an allegation of fraud or bad faith, the application must include details of the alleged fraud or bad faith.