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Hi, I'm currently holding student visa. Due to personal issue now I'm returning back to home and not wish to continue my studies in Australia (courses still on-going, CoE still valid). The only thing I'm concerning is that I didn't withdraw from my college prior leaving back to home. I heard that I can cancel my student visa back at home, is there any effect or anything I will be facing in the future when I visit back to Australia? Or can I cancel my student visa without withdrawing from my course?
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You will have the question on visa application forms something like

" Have you ever had a Australian visa cancelled before"

Answer "Yes"

Please provide details

I voluntarily applied to have my Student Visa cancelled due to personal reasons.

They will probably cross check with their system and that will be about it.

- Well that's how I believe it works.

The only issue I see with voluntary visa cancelations, is when applying for electronic visa (ETA) as they seem to be hard answers and can not interpret reasons.

Also to note- the OP may still have financial contracted obligations with the Training Provider. This is unlikely to effect any visa applications, but to be aware about.
 

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You will have the question on visa application forms something like

" Have you ever had a Australian visa cancelled before"

Answer "Yes"

Please provide details

I voluntarily applied to have my Student Visa cancelled due to personal reasons.

They will probably cross check with their system and that will be about it.

- Well that's how I believe it works.

The only issue I see with voluntary visa cancelations, is when applying for electronic visa (ETA) as they seem to be hard answers and can not interpret reasons.

Also to note- the OP may still have financial contracted obligations with the Training Provider. This is unlikely to effect any visa applications, but to be aware about.
Thanks for the info. It's really helpful. 👍So meaning to say there'll be not much of the problem for me to travel back to Oz next time (as a tourist and not for study purpose) right? BTW what is OP?
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A visa should be assessed on its merits based on the criteria in the act. If you voluntarily cancel a visa and haven't been in breach of the conditions then you've complied with the requirements of previous visas. Gaining a student visa for the same course a year later may be harder but applying for other visas the application should be assessed on its own merit..
 

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If I am stay in Australia but my current visa BVa will expire in a month, can I apply for a student visa? And how many percent of successful in apply student visa?
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BVA's don't really expire..they are waiting for a decision on a current application, or ha your visa been refused and you have x days remaining to leave?

Either way the questions and answers to this will probably get complex so best to start a fresh thread as opposed to us hijackig this one :)
 
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