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Old 07-05-2012, 07:24 AM
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Protection visa refused

Hello,

i am from Germany.
My parents has applied for protection visa in Australia.
The protection is refused by the immigration office.
Now they has left Australia and want re-enter to Australia.
I had applied for a tourist visa again, but it was unsuccessful.

I and my wife are on working holiday visa and working in Australia.

Now my question: How can my parents re-enter to Australia?


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Old 07-05-2012, 09:58 AM
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You can't request a protection visa if you have been in other "high human index" country like Germany. You are basically taking away a spot from other people who might be in actual need of protection. Germany is already providing you with protection. This is against UN humanitarian protection charter and Both DIAC and Australian community takes this very seriously.

The only option is skilled stream.

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Old 07-05-2012, 11:49 PM
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Ok .... What do you mean ...?
Can they apply for a student visa?


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Old 07-05-2012, 11:51 PM
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It depends, what is their main purpose of entry? Meaning what is the intent?


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Old 07-05-2012, 11:54 PM
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If they want to study in australia and live permanent.
Is it possible?


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Old 07-06-2012, 03:34 AM
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Hi Ghalib,

Sorry but I'm kinda confused about your case. Your "they" here is you and your wife or your parents? Re-read your 1st post again, I suppose you and your wife is currently on working holiday visa, then "they" is your parents? If so, I don't think your parents can apply for student visa.

Btw, you should be aware about the purpose of each individual Au visa. In case your parents wish to apply for tourist visa, they have to prove that they have genuine purpose of travelling otherwise there will be the deny. I can see why your parents' tourist visa application was unsuccessful coz they had applied for protection visa. Au Consulate would see that they ain't genuine visitors. I don't think the idea of trying to apply different visa for them at this time would be worked, maybe you better off for a period of time.

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Old 07-06-2012, 03:44 AM
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They(my parents) are able to apply for student visa.
This is confirmed.
After a period? After a month, two month ... Or ...?
They are at this moment in new zealand.
Any possibilities to enter in australia trought new zealand visa??

I need urgently a advice. I have not enough money for lawyer.


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Hi Ghalib,

Yes, they can, maybe I didn't make my point clear enough but how old are they? what course they would be enroll? what the option after studying? then you can see the chance to get their student visa application approved. The cooling off should be at least 3-6 months. What visa they are holding now in NZ? How about your own case? I think they will have higher chance to get Au visa if they have family with PR status that is you. Eg. if you can apply for skilled, then they may have the better reason to come Au as a visitor.

Cheers,
p.s Just a thought that if you really wanna us to share with you. Explain the whole situation as details as you can, then we would be able to give you more exact info.

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Old 07-06-2012, 04:58 AM
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Hi Ghalib,

They can always apply for student visa. However student visa doesn’t provide any rights to stay permanently in Australia. The same when it comes to your WHV. In 1 year (maximum 2 ) you will have to leave the country unless you fulfill one of immigration streams.
Both student visa and WHV doesn’t entitle you to stay in Australia permanently.


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Old 07-06-2012, 05:35 AM
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Thanks.

Ok i will give all information about the situation.
I need some time and i will write in the next few hours.


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