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You can use form 1023 to report incorrect answers. How this will be interpreted is anyone’s guess, but not declaring previous visa refusals could well have consequences, depending on when your most recent visa(s) were granted and when you’re intending to lodge a new application. It may also surface at the AAT.

On what basis would you apply for a protection visa?
 

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i am not sure if 12 months period applies to me because currently i have no substantive visa except that of a briding visa A. will that 12 months rule be applied on me while staying onshore on bridging visa without any substantive visa. should i not just stop fighting at mrt if this 12 month applies. 12 month rule is the only hope to me currently, so i hope you would be little elaborative about its application on bridging visas. many many thanks
PIC 4020 issues are way to complex to deal with on a public forum and without having access to your entire visa history and evidence provided. If incorrect information was provided for the visa that is now before the AAT, there may be additional complications.

The fact that you are considering applying for a protection visa raises some concerns as well, at least in my eyes.

Your best bet would be to go and see a registered migration agent or a migration lawyer to provide you with professional advice on these issues.
 
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