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Old 04-18-2015, 11:54 PM
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Exclusion periods are applied by operation of law, so they are not administrative decisions that can be challenged.

There are visas for which the exclusion period does not apply and from what has been posted, it might be possible to have the exclusion period waived.

May suggest that you refrain from taking further advice form DIBP sources or trying to represent yourself and consult a registered migration agent?

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Old 04-19-2015, 08:30 AM
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Exclusion periods are applied by operation of law, so they are not administrative decisions that can be challenged.

There are visas for which the exclusion period does not apply and from what has been posted, it might be possible to have the exclusion period waived.

May suggest that you refrain from taking further advice form DIBP sources or trying to represent yourself and consult a registered migration agent?

I agree with Wrussel, my case is extremely complicated, there is so much of back and forth. I would advise you to go to agent and let the agent handle the case for you.

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Old 04-27-2015, 11:42 PM
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Hi Naseeb no i did not.
When did you leave Australia when your bridging visa been cancelled?
I think your problem here is your visa has been cancelled ,it meant you faced to be banned 3 Years from Australia and after that you overstayed in Australia, i guess you overstayed for a long time.That why they rejected your application visa.Your case is very serious.

My friend has overstayed 3 days and got banned 3 years at counter in airport but after that ,she apply offshore and explain clearly reasons why she overstayed and she got her student visa again in 14 days from the day she left Australia. She's from Vietnam


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When did you leave Australia when your bridging visa been cancelled?
I think your problem here is your visa has been cancelled ,it meant you faced to be banned 3 Years from Australia and after that you overstayed in Australia, i guess you overstayed for a long time.That why they rejected your application visa.Your case is very serious.

My friend has overstayed 3 days and got banned 3 years at counter in airport but after that ,she apply offshore and explain clearly reasons why she overstayed and she got her student visa again in 14 days from the day she left Australia. She's from Vietnam

Would you mind sharing the reasons that they considered enough to warrant a waiver?

I'm trying to suss if it's worth the risk to apply for a student visa. My onshore partner visa application got refused while I was there, and I had to request a Bridging Visa E for a few additional weeks so I could complete my exams. Have a semester left to complete the degree ://


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