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Old 12-27-2012, 11:25 AM
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what would you do if visa was declined

I stumbled on a very interesting site; ever wondered what you can do once a visa has being declined or where to go ect; well this site explains all of this, i found it by accident when searching for answers for some one on this forum.
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visa rejected,refused, cancelled, condition 4020, 501, 116,119 | Future in Australia

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If my visa was declined I would realize I did not do my homework first..cheers

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If my visa was declined I would realize I did not do my homework first..cheers
WOW. This is the second rude response I've seen from you so far today (I haven't completely caught up on posts yet, so maybe there are more waiting for me).

There are people who DO their homework and are still declined for reasons outside their control, like not passing the medical check. There's no need to be so callous about it.


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I'd have to sell everything I own and move to Kenya to live with my man. We've been apart for far too long to go through this crap again. It's far too heartbreaking.

On top of that, I'd probably write a few very nasty, emotional letters. Not that it would do anything to change it....it'd just make me feel better. LOL


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I fear it would be the end of the road for us. I know this sounds both shocking and unbelievable but it is the undeniable truth I've had to come to accept with great sadness.

We don't have the money and I feel I don't have the strength to fight this machine any longer (appeal or do a different visa) and given my mental health issues I don't feel living in another country is a possibility either.

The thought of it is heart breaking so we try not to focus on it and say that God really needs to come through for us with this visa or we bust....oh what a terrible day that would be.


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College girl..... If u fail the medical there is a reason. Some girls will fail the first medical because of maybe a UTI infection and after taking medicine they will have another test 3 weeks later and be clear.

If you fully fail a medical with no second chance then u have something serious wrong with you which Australia will not wish to pay the hospital bills for you if granted a visa.

It is so simple....

Prove that you are in a true relationship and have met many times and your visa will be ok...

The truth will not be a lie....

Embassy staff are trained at their job. This is all they do...They have access to all information on the sponsor and the applicant. They are trained to see what is the truth.

If your visa is declined then there is a problem. You should never apply for a visa without doing your homework..

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Ehm... you can fail a medical over a UTI?! I was pretty sure medicals were mainly to determine long term/permanent health issues, but hey, either way I'm healthy...

By the way I don't believe rejection is an automatic consequence of laziness or lack of devotion. You can't really expect everyone who is able to fall in love with a foreigner to also be equally good at bureaucratic/paperwork matters, not to mention some of us simply are unlucky - my partner and I for instance have always been financially struggling, meaning no joint property or rent (living with family) so we do not have joint lease agreements and/or bills and we did not want to marry just because of that, as it would feel insincere just to do it because we are not perfect de facto partners on paper. Whatever you may think of that is fine with me, I realize it may diminish our chances but we know the truth behind and it really isn't your place to decide whether we are deserving of what and what not. But think as you please, as I will do that, too.

Either way if we got rejected we would probably go offshore and try again in a while. If not we'd go to Germany or Belgium, which is close to my family anyways, and try again there. We'd figure it out one way or another.


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WOW. This is the second rude response I've seen from you so far today (I haven't completely caught up on posts yet, so maybe there are more waiting for me).

There are people who DO their homework and are still declined for reasons outside their control, like not passing the medical check. There's no need to be so callous about it.
College girl you are such a doll and i carnt help but laugh, your so to the point lol. this post was really to show people where they can go and what to do IF they had a visa declined, as you said people are refused due to reasons beyond there control, you made my day hun i carnt stop laughing.

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College girl..... If u fail the medical there is a reason. Some girls will fail the first medical because of maybe a UTI infection and after taking medicine they will have another test 3 weeks later and be clear.

If you fully fail a medical with no second chance then u have something serious wrong with you which Australia will not wish to pay the hospital bills for you if granted a visa.

It is so simple....

Prove that you are in a true relationship and have met many times and your visa will be ok...

The truth will not be a lie....

Embassy staff are trained at their job. This is all they do...They have access to all information on the sponsor and the applicant. They are trained to see what is the truth.

If your visa is declined then there is a problem. You should never apply for a visa without doing your homework..
But failing a medical test is not the fault of the person taking it, example; why should a women be failed because she has a urinal tract infection (UTI) Most are common in women and something that cannot be detected in the early stages, even your grandmother can get one. Any women or man in a true loving relationship can contract a UTI.... You cannot presume that every UTI is a sexual transmitted disease of some sort, Cystitis is the biggest cause of UTI in women, its not a disease and it certainly doesnt call for a women to be refused a medical.

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College girl..... If u fail the medical there is a reason. Some girls will fail the first medical because of maybe a UTI infection and after taking medicine they will have another test 3 weeks later and be clear.

If you fully fail a medical with no second chance then u have something serious wrong with you which Australia will not wish to pay the hospital bills for you if granted a visa.

It is so simple....

Prove that you are in a true relationship and have met many times and your visa will be ok...

The truth will not be a lie....

Embassy staff are trained at their job. This is all they do...They have access to all information on the sponsor and the applicant. They are trained to see what is the truth.

If your visa is declined then there is a problem. You should never apply for a visa without doing your homework..
If what you say is true why are so many visa's rejected and then that decision overturned at a MRT? Yes there must be a problem but it looks like the problem might have been with the person making the decision??

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