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Old 11-30-2015, 01:57 PM
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withdraw or not withdraw?

Hi everybody,

This is my first time applying to a visa for Australia, and I unknow a lot of things, they are very burocratic with a lot of items, my situation is this:

Ive applied for an student visa on september 18, I should start my university course on october 22, but they took a lot of time to review my process and Ive lost the date, the issue is that my course only starts each year, Ill keep going with the process, but then the agent told me that they cant grant a visa for a course that is commencing later than 4 months after they submit a veredict, my question is, what is better to do?, to withdraw the process and start it again? or wait for the final answer (that is may be a no) and then start again? or anybody know how to stop the process and then restart it again?

Regards.
Glyz


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Old 11-30-2015, 07:08 PM
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Was your agent a registered migration agent?

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Old 11-30-2015, 08:08 PM
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Must admit I'm confused, you applied in September for a course starting only a month later? Not to mention I have never heard of a course starting at the end of the year, as they usually close early December? You would need to check their advertised processing times for a Student Visa, and I would think you need to apply at least four months before the course starts, but hopefully someone can be more specific.


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