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Old 02-28-2019, 05:40 AM
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Hi there. I need help . I was in Australia on a student visa from 2008 till 2016. When I was in Australia, after my studies we're finished, I applied for 187 (company sponsored migration visa). Unfortunately it was rejected because my employer wasn't able to show enough finances.

I went for an MRT, which was rejected. I went for a fedral appeal, but before the first hearing date, I pulled my appeal back and left Australia.

Now I got married to an Australian PR, who I know since 2010. We always wanted to get married. I'm in Dubai now. Please advise which visa should I apply for. 820/801 or 309/100. And do you think my previous rejection history would matter.

Thank a million. Anxiously waiting for your reply.


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