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Old 09-04-2012, 06:47 AM
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Well done indeed, I've heard of several students who've had the same issue, and had waivers granted. I got this from another forum, just in case it's of any help to others.

"The right avenure for appeal is to the Immigration Minister (in Australia). You need to compile your appeal in writing and have it processed through the High Commission. Make sure you advise the staff there it is an Appeal to the Minister."

Good luck with your studies.


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Hi Steevg,

I have the same issue, but I just left Australia and currently in offshore and trying to get the wavier and apply for a new student visa. Please advise what steps that I need to do. Do I need to appeal to the Minister?

Thank you very much.


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Hi Maggie,

I've not had experience of this, so I;m unclear at this stage as to the actual steps you need to take, but this is most certainly the route I'd be taking if you need to appeal.

It seems there are several others on these forums who have been successful by appealing to the Minister.

Good luck.


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Anyone know what is the procedure to appeal to the Minister? Can the person appeal if he or she is offshore? Please advise. Thank you.


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Old 01-15-2013, 04:14 AM
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Appeal to the Minister regarding to student visa within 3 year exclusion period

Hi Steegv,

Would you please forward the link from the other forum that you were refered to regarding to this issue. I need more information.
Thank you for your help.

Maggie


QUOTE=steevg;63406]Well done indeed, I've heard of several students who've had the same issue, and had waivers granted. I got this from another forum, just in case it's of any help to others.

"The right avenure for appeal is to the Immigration Minister (in Australia). You need to compile your appeal in writing and have it processed through the High Commission. Make sure you advise the staff there it is an Appeal to the Minister."

Good luck with your studies.[/QUOTE]


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Hi Dave,

Good to hear that your waiver was successful.
I have incurred the 3 yr exclusion as well and am now almost 2 yrs into it. Want to go back on a tourist visa to visit friends but have no clue as how to apply for that waiver.

Did you write a separate letter requesting the waiver with your application or did u just lodge a normal app and they DIAC contacts you about the waiver?

Thanks,
Van.
Hi Pen cheng,
I am currently overseas as a result of withdrawal of 835 onshore application. I was a secondary applicant in that application. Because we divorce, I withdraw my application on 5April 2013 while I was in australia and Case officer sent an e meil to my MARA agent on 8 April 2013 notifying me to leave Australia within 28 days.Unfortunately my MARA agent forgot to frward that e mail and he forwarded me on 13 may 2013. I went to immigration on 14 may 2013 and explain my situation. They have granted me Bridging visa E untill 29 may 2013 and I left Australia on 25 May 2013.
Now I am planning to apply for 457 from overseas, I would like to know whether I am affected by 3 year excusion period or not?
Thanks in Advance
Regards
Dhamal


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I am applying student visa from Pakistan. I previously came from Australia after studies and passed all .but now when I applied for further higher studies, my case is somehow coming under the clause 4014 Public interest criteria, and the 3 years period before grant. IF somehow I still want the visa, I need to provide compelling circumstances affecting interests of Australia OR compelling or compassionate circumstances affecting the interests of an Australian citizen, permanent resident etc.
Please help me as to what compelling circumstances should I mention. ?
Please reply soon......
And also clause 4014 is imposed if you overstay the 28 days period without a visa, BUT I have the bridging visa for those 28 days that they are missing. I am confused as whether to provide the compelling circumstances OR the bridging visa copy if I failed to send it the first time OR BOTH. Please Advise, HELP................ (but still they must have all the info. about the bridging visa in their database ???


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Was it a Bridging Visa E? If you were on a BVE, that's what they give you when you are in the country illegally but planning on leaving or applying for another type of visa. If you leave the country while on a BVE, the three-year ban is automatic. Unless you have an Australian partner or child already (and I imagine you would have mentioned that), you're highly unlikely to qualify as having compelling or compassionate circumstances. You may want to talk to a professional migration agent just to make sure.

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According to the information I have gained from websites and from the document from immigration, the 4014 - 3 years ban is imposed if you do not apply for another visa or any bridging visa whether E within 28 days of your original visa cease date. But they have missed a document because I have all the BVE's. I obtained 3 because I couldn't make the departing arrangements


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Was it a Bridging Visa E? If you were on a BVE, that's what they give you when you are in the country illegally but planning on leaving or applying for another type of visa. If you leave the country while on a BVE, the three-year ban is automatic. Unless you have an Australian partner or child already (and I imagine you would have mentioned that), you're highly unlikely to qualify as having compelling or compassionate circumstances. You may want to talk to a professional migration agent just to make sure.
According to the information I have gained from websites and from the document from immigration, the 4014 - 3 years ban is imposed if you do not apply for another visa or any bridging visa whether E within 28 days of your original visa cease date. But they have missed a document because I have all the BVE's. I obtained 3 because I couldn't make the departing arrangements


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