Visa Rejection – Has Your Visa Application Been Rejected?

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Visa Rejection

Looking for help after your Australian visa rejection? So, if the DIBP has rejected your visa, you need to know what type of rejection it is.

Visa Rejection Because Of Invalid Application

This is perhaps the worst type of rejection because you may now be unlawful. Invalid applications mean that any bridging visa you thought you held (as a result of having made a valid application) does not exist.

You should discuss this with your advisor immediately. You can call me for assistance.

Visa Rejection – You Don’t Meet The Criteria

If you have a rejection, it’s most like to be a visa refusal. Additionally, you will receive a notification of the decision and attached decision record which explains why the visa has been refused.

If you are in Australia, it’s most likely that you have a right to appeal the refusal decision. In other cases, you may be able to lodge a fresh application. In the worst case scenario, you won’t have any appeal rights.

Visa  – Advice

Please call me to discuss what is possible after your visa application has been rejected. There is no one answer which fits all situations.

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  • My application has been refused from dibp asbi dont met gte requirements. I applied for Australia. Can you tell me what exactly they are looking for it?

  • My visa subclass 485(post study work visa) has been rejected because my IELTS test date was 28th March 2015 and the result date was 9th April 2015 and in the application I have inputted as my IELTS date was valid till 9th April 2018. I’m planning for AAT

  • Mother of my child overstayed a visitor visa by 3 years. She came to Australia with her mother and her mothers partner. She was 19 when she first came here and her step father had told her and her mother that he had the visas all organised. After 2 months of us being together her parents decided they were going to move to another state. She wanted to stay with me so we asked him about the visa situation and he was very cagey and wouldn’t tell us what the situation was. If her stepdad told the truth we would not have taken the next step. We called immigration to find out what her visa was and they told us she had overstayed. Immigration advised us to attend an office asap to organise a new visa. On arrival they locked us in a room and issued her with a notice to leave and a bridging visa for i think it was 30 days to come up with the money to leave. She was also banned from applying for a visa to Australia for 3 years. Long story short she got sent back and 3 days after she got back we found out she was pregnant. I supported them financially until my son got to the legal age to fly unaccompanied. I got him Australian Citizenship by descent and he now has been living with me in Australia for 2.5 years. My question is, if I apply for the fiance visa for her to return will the past problems make it difficult or would it be straight forward?

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