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On the back of a refused 309 the chances of a successful family sponsored tourist visa are slim.

Are you aware that there is a time limit in which you can appeal to AAT?

Have you taken any leave at work or do you still have all your leave - approximately 7 weeks by my calcs.


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remik. Mark would have been lucky to have made much more than $10-15 per hour on our applications.


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On the back of a refused 309 the chances of a successful family sponsored tourist visa are slim.

Are you aware that there is a time limit in which you can appeal to AAT?

Have you taken any leave at work or do you still have all your leave - approximately 7 weeks by my calcs.
Yes Mish, I do know that AAT time is quite limited, my time will be over 6th of Feb. But I do not wanna go in to it, to me it is just another refusal, on what bases should I go there. My future plan is, I will wait for few weeks more , until i get my outcome of Visit visa. If I we get positive result, then she will fly here and live in her new home, and we will start our life from our new home, but if we get negative result then I will apply 309 again while I will be here in Australia and fly back and stay with her for 2- 3 months. What they only need spend bit time with her.


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On the back of a refused 309 the chances of a successful family sponsored tourist visa are slim.

Are you aware that there is a time limit in which you can appeal to AAT?

Have you taken any leave at work or do you still have all your leave - approximately 7 weeks by my calcs.

Hi Mish please say positive things , please do not say negative. My gut feeling says I will get it.


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Old 01-22-2016, 12:26 PM
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" What they only need spend bit time with her. "

No anyone can do that.

You need prove you love her.

Like the difference between having sex and making love or worse rape.


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309 Visa:

You must live with your partner or, if you do not, any separation must be only temporary.
https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/309-

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Yes JandE things a "registered MRA" would know.

Would love to know their # if they are actually that. Personally I think not.


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Hi Mish please say positive things , please do not say negative. My gut feeling says I will get it.
Would you rather we sugar coat it for you and say yes you will get the visa when we know that there is only a slim chance it will be approved? Slim means that there is still a chance it will be approved but not to be disappointed if it gets rejected. What happens then if you don't get it? Then you say that we said you will get it. With visa's there is no certainty that you will get it. With Australia tourist visa's are even more unpredictable for high risk people. A member of this forum her then fiancÚ was told that they would never give him a tourist visa so stop applying even though he met all the requirements.

Nobody knows if it will be approved or not but it is better to think there is a possibility that you may not get then getting your hopes up high.

If you spend enough time on this forum you will see people get rejected for family sponsored tourist visa's infact we saw 2 rejected just before Christmas.

The number one thing they look at is her reason to leave Australia after the visa ends.

A friend of mine had a 309 rejection she applied for a family sponsored tourist visa for her husband for the birth of their child and it was rejected. One of the reasons was that he had stronger family ties to Australia then his home country.


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You have to remember that after a refused 309 they look at the new 309 more carefully. You really need a better MARA agent for your next one to be able to address all the issues. I highly recommend the ones on this forum.

A friend of mine her husband's 309 was refused then about 18 months later they applied for a 461 visa (relationship with a NZ) because they were afraid of rejection again and didn't want to waste alot of money if rejected. They had since had a baby and they both got asked alot of questions during the 461 visa. It was looked at more thoroughly because of the rejection.


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