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Old 07-21-2014, 01:16 AM
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I am in a very similar condition as you experienced before. i am a current student at university of Canberra and had 573 visa for 2 years but i was unable to complete my degree within given visa time then i overstayed my visa by just 31 days and i tried to apply online on 26th day but system said i can apply in person only and next day and 28th day were public holidays and all this happened due to a miss-understanding that i wasn't suppose to apply online and now i am in Pakistan and going to apply for student visa 573 tomorrow morning with assessment level 1. I just want to complete my degree no matter what conditions they put on my visa. kindly help me out by telling me what should i mention in application for wavier of re-entry ban? I was told at DIBP office at canberra that it will easier for me to get a visa off shore. my case is so similar to urs pls guide me. thanks
Fellow,

As advised by CollegeGirl & other seniors here your case seems a bit sensitive, you are highly recommended to consult with a professional MARA registered agent to tackle your case.

Instead of asking here again & again, if I were you I would have spent few bucks on a quality agent to improve my chances of success.

I am not being offensive here, just trying to give u a sincere suggestion. No one here would be able to guide u accurately unless your case is analyzed from all aspects by an expert...

So don't waste money by applying for a visa unless u r able to provide reasonable explanation to DIBP to overturn their decision...

Btw, I m too Pakistani & won't consider it necessary to reveal my nationality, especially if I did something wrong... Hope u r smart enough to grasp what I mean...

Take care buddy.

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Bret


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Hi Bret,

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Fellow,

As advised by CollegeGirl & other seniors here your case seems a bit sensitive, you are highly recommended to consult with a professional MARA registered agent to tackle your case.

Instead of asking here again & again, if I were you I would have spent few bucks on a quality agent to improve my chances of success.

I am not being offensive here, just trying to give u a sincere suggestion. No one here would be able to guide u accurately unless your case is analyzed from all aspects by an expert...

So don't waste money by applying for a visa unless u r able to provide reasonable explanation to DIBP to overturn their decision...

Btw, I m too Pakistani & won't consider it necessary to reveal my nationality, especially if I did something wrong... Hope u r smart enough to grasp what I mean...

Take care buddy.

Best,
Bret
Thanks for your response, although it is utterly useless for me or anybody else but still many many thanks for your time. I am already getting legal advise from a MARA registered agent and have already submitted my visa application. apart from that you talked about revealing my nationality, Bro there is a small flag right in front of my username at the top of this post so its an open secret. and i really don't want to be that smart. If i can't share and discuss my problem here "again and again" then can you please explain the purpose of this forum?
Instead of posting useless stuff**~*@!*! here again & again, if I were you I would have spent few bucks on a quality doc to get my brain fixed.

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Thanks for your response, although it is utterly useless for me or anybody else but still many many thanks for your time. I am already getting legal advise from a MARA registered agent and have already submitted my visa application. apart from that you talked about revealing my nationality, Bro there is a small flag right in front of my username at the top of this post so its an open secret. and i really don't want to be that smart. If i can't share and discuss my problem here "again and again" then can you please explain the purpose of this forum?
Instead of posting useless stuff**~*@!*! here again & again, if I were you I would have spent few bucks on a quality doc to get my brain fixed.
haha...nice one bloke... I really like that brain fix thing.

Indeed, no one can stop you from asking questions here and this is the purpose of this forum. But the question u r asking should have enough info to give complete picture to the audience. You never said in your previous posts that u were using a registered agent.

If you have overstayed, it does not matter whether you overstay for "just 31 days" or for a day, you have violated the immi rules.

I don't wanna go into the depth but if u r disclosing your nationality it in fact becomes your moral obligation to ensure that you r safeguarding your country's esteem.

Lets take it that way, what would it leave on 3rd person's mind when he/she witnesses same sort of poorly drafted questions from your native nationals with issues like criminal conducts, visa violation, false info to immi authorities, deportation and fake documents submission???

It would definitely have negative impact on your country's rating & its perception. Sorry but that's a bitter truth.

Anyways, I don't wanna waste further on this ridiculous conversation. But a quick & a concise suggestion: Take criticism positively and try to look into someone's concerns instead of flashing your anger!

Best of luck with your application!

Regards,
Bret


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Okay, let's take it down a notch, please, and just let this type of conversation end. If anyone has any questions/answers related to the original topic, you can of course ask them. Thanks.

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Okay, let's take it down a notch, please, and just let this type of conversation end. If anyone has any questions/answers related to the original topic, you can of course ask them. Thanks.
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Btw saw your pix CollegeGirl, they r just awesome... Many many congrats on receiving the grant.

What an exciting moment,isn't it?

Remember us in your prayers too !

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Bret

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I'm not religious at all, sorry Bret, but I'll keep my fingers crossed for both you and usman.

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I'm not religious at all, sorry Bret, but I'll keep my fingers crossed for both you and usman.
Prayer is prayer (like a wish) sweetie irrespective of the fact whether u follow religion or not... U don't need a specific religion or need to be religious to do that at all!

And for Usman,

I do apologize if my words hurt him!

Cheers...

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usman101 - wondering if you have any updates for us as to whether you were successful with this?

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HI

Hi Dave. I am glad to know your decision was made. If you have time I need some help as well. I know some one very dear to me who had to leave Melbourne due to the overstayed visa and now has been imposed a three year ban. I am heart broken and I am unable to cope I am sure you can understand how it feels.

I am looking forward for you response in this matter. I would like you help.

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Hi,
I recentely was told by DIAC that I am subject to 3 year exclusion period due to overstay in Australia in my last visa.. I am very confused about that because I was very careful by not overstaying in Australia when I used to live there. Before I left Australia I was told by DIAC that I do not have the 3 year exclusion period and that I can apply for a visa once I am outside Australia. One of the things I wanted to do in Australia was to study so that's what I am trying to do on getting the Student Visa.

I applied for Student Visa, to do a bachelor in Banking & Finance, and I got an email from DIAC saying that I am subject to 3 year exclusion period and the request for the waiver of the exclusion period is currently being assessed. They asked if I completed any courses in Australia or overseas and to send the copies of them.

I got qualified as Electrical Operator/Electrician after 3 years of study in Italy in 2008. At the moment I am working at my brother-in-law's business, I am getting experience in administration, finance management, etc. related on what I want to study.

Do I have a chance on getting waived this 3 year exclusion period?
I really need advices please!


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