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Old 02-11-2016, 10:25 AM
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Question australia visa related issue

Hi,
i have an issue that i wanted your help on guys. I have applied
for EOI at the moment. my problem is that i am presently living in
india. I have lived in the UK for a couple of years and got some schooling from there. I was on my parents passport, and due to some
circumstances, we overstayed and my father applied for asylum. We
eventually left before we received the decision for asylum. I
was a minor then and had no say in my parents decision. I have
since then , lived in other countries in Europe and have been
lawful and have never overstayed. Will this cause any problems for
me when i apply for the 189 visa and how do i approach the visa
form.


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Since it would be on record that you had overstayed a visa, you should be upfront and declare this when you apply for your visa. You could then include a statement explaining the situation, the fact that you were a minor and had no say in the decision and that you are aware of the requirement to comply with visa conditions, that you have never since acted in contravention of any visa or legal requirements, etc.

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Since it would be on record that you had overstayed a visa, you should be upfront and declare this when you apply for your visa. You could then include a statement explaining the situation, the fact that you were a minor and had no say in the decision and that you are aware of the requirement to comply with visa conditions, that you have never since acted in contravention of any visa or legal requirements, etc.
Maggie, would they know this information if i dont tell them about the asylum thing? would they ask me about my visa status after they see that my school education was done in the UK?


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Maggie, would they know this information if i dont tell them about the asylum thing? would they ask me about my visa status after they see that my school education was done in the UK?
The UK and Australia share a LOT of info.

eg: British Banks now tell the Australian Tax office about any interest earned by the British in Australia !!

It seems anything may be possible now.

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Maggie, would they know this information if i dont tell them about the asylum thing? would they ask me about my visa status after they see that my school education was done in the UK?
It is very simple Be upfront and don't try and hide any information. No point speculating what they might or might not find out. If you provide incorrect information, your visa will be refused. Even if it comes to light at a later stage, your visa could still be canceled.

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