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Deported from UK; Want to apply for Australia Skilled Migration Visa


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Old 08-04-2012, 03:56 PM
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Deported from UK; Want to apply for Australia Skilled Migration Visa

Deal all,

A close relative of mine has been refused entry into UK on May 2012 on the basis that the immigration officer is satisfied that either false representation was employed or material facts were not disclosed or change of circumstances has not been informed. Recently he applied for New Zealand work visa but it was declined because his special direction request for character waiver was declined. He did not appeal agaist his refused entry. There is a UK re-entry ban applicable for one year (expires on May 2013). He does not have any crimial convictions in any country.

Can anyone tell whether he can apply for Australia Skilled Migration visa after the UK entry ban expires? He is a highly educated (Completed MSc with merit in the UK) and had a professional occupation in the UK for the last three years and have a skills that were shortage in Australia?

Does anyone have the same situation and got the Australian skilled migration visa?

Kindly help


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Old 08-05-2012, 07:56 AM
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First off it does not matter what kind of visa he wants or how skilled or awarded he is or isn't - if a country has a list of things they do not want at the border, and he has something on that list, they will not care what kind of visa he is requesting or not. Being highly skilled and educated on its own does not mean the rules will be bent, so the main concern is whether he'll be let in at all on any visa at all.

"on the basis that the immigration officer is satisfied that either false representation was employed or material facts were not disclosed or change of circumstances has not been informed"

This is a very wide explanation of rejection - does he know exactly what got him rejected? Because that will be the basis of Australia considering him. "False representation" can be as innocent as "named a false profession" or as notorious as "used fake identification" or "was suspected to have dodgy reasons to enter the country". The exact reason will be seen by Australian immigration so the nature of it is quite important.

I see no reason why he'd be flat out refused 100% sure but this much rejection at commonwealth borders might forebode Australia being very careful to let him in.


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