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Old 04-10-2016, 08:35 PM
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Transit visa

Hello: my friend from Kuwait, who holds an Iraqi passport, will be transiting through Australia on his way to meet me in Auckland. We know he will require a transit visa but his situation is complicated because he was refused a visitor visa to visit me in Australia a couple of years ago. The immigration people considered him to be a risk of overstaying his visa.
My question is: how easily do you think he would be granted a transit visa? Are they normally granted as a matter of course? His transit time would only be a couple of hours while the plane takes on passengers before continuing on to AKL.
Thanks!


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