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Old 01-14-2013, 02:15 AM
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Sorry to hear it didn't work out at the border but hopefully the new application will work out keep us posted on that!


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Old 01-15-2013, 01:25 AM
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hey guys! my GF just recieved an email from immi asking her the following:

Please provide details of your reason for visiting Australia.
● Please provide a full travel itinerary covering your travel arrangements and dates of travel
to and from Australia.
● Please provide a description of the activities you plan to undertake over the period of your
intended stay in Australia.
● Please provide statement about your intentions after departure from Australia (for example,
continue to travel or return to usual country of residence).

Yeah so was wondering if we should leave any information out or should truthfully fill them in on her plans. She plans to return to basically sign off her lease get her bond back sell off all the furniture and all at the current apartment. Then we plan to leave in April as it is...
I dont know whether that would be a good enough reason though.
shoudl she mention that she plans to travel to the Gold Coast and Brisbane before she leaves? and if she does will she have to provide a ticket booking?
will she have to provide any evidence of how she will support her self here? and if so will a letter from her parents saying they will be funding her stay suffice?
She wont be able to book her ticket to leave here and return to England untill after she comes back to Australia. so how will that effect her?
but that is her plan to leave even after 8 weeks if thats all they give her.
for her itinerary currently she only has a return ticket from the USA to Australia as thats what she booked when she left.
We wont be able to book her ticket to leave here till she has returned though.
So just wondering what the best was is to handle and answer all these questions.
Thanks alot guys!
cheers!


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Old 01-16-2013, 09:03 AM
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hey guys! my GF just recieved an email from immi asking her the following:

Please provide details of your reason for visiting Australia.
● Please provide a full travel itinerary covering your travel arrangements and dates of travel
to and from Australia.
● Please provide a description of the activities you plan to undertake over the period of your
intended stay in Australia.
● Please provide statement about your intentions after departure from Australia (for example,
continue to travel or return to usual country of residence).

Yeah so was wondering if we should leave any information out or should truthfully fill them in on her plans. She plans to return to basically sign off her lease get her bond back sell off all the furniture and all at the current apartment. Then we plan to leave in April as it is...
I dont know whether that would be a good enough reason though.
shoudl she mention that she plans to travel to the Gold Coast and Brisbane before she leaves? and if she does will she have to provide a ticket booking?
will she have to provide any evidence of how she will support her self here? and if so will a letter from her parents saying they will be funding her stay suffice?
She wont be able to book her ticket to leave here and return to England untill after she comes back to Australia. so how will that effect her?
but that is her plan to leave even after 8 weeks if thats all they give her.
for her itinerary currently she only has a return ticket from the USA to Australia as thats what she booked when she left.
We wont be able to book her ticket to leave here till she has returned though.
So just wondering what the best was is to handle and answer all these questions.
Thanks alot guys!
cheers!
Hey
My fiancée applied for tourist visa and he was denied. So I can tell you that it's always best to be honest. Firstly you need a decent lump some of money. Approx $5000 in the bank. It matters what you tell the embassy but the thing is when she comes to our airport and does the immigration process she needs to show that she has a flight ticket for returning back to her home. Also she must prove her work status that she has worked for her company for approx. 8 months or more and demonstrate that she would be returning to her work. If you haven't applied for another visa and only this one and her reason for visit is for you her boyfriend then they might deny because they would believe that she wouldn't leave the country. If you have another visa currently in process they are most likely to accept your visa along with your financials and work status. If she doesn't have all that you could write a statutory declaration as a sponsor for what you'll provide when she's here as well as providing your salary, bank statements, accommodation and your current work status. Good luck


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Old 01-16-2013, 10:27 AM
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Always be honest... my first visit to Australia on a tourist visa I was asked at the airport, at two points, what my business was and I (completely unaware of visa purposes, immigration business etc) just said "here to see my Australian boyfriend". Technically that could have caused problems (hindsight) but it didn't at all. They appreciate honest - BUT your situation is different, it was my first visit, and I had no assets in Australia beside my boyfriend to prevent me going home. Still honesty always goes a long way.

If she cannot book her ticket flying out of Australia, she should do everything to prove she has the money to buy one when she gets there.

Good luck!!

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Hey guys, so been away for a while. But was hoping for none help had some developments, well when she went to the U. S she applied for an evisitor online after they asked for more info which we provided her visa was rejected. We were absolutely shattered and in a real bad spot. Anyway whilst at the travel agent to book her ticket back to England, her agent told her that through her she can still apply for an ETA and give that a go. Anyway she applied and was approved in a few minutes. So basically she now has a ETA to come here. She boarded the next flight home and is already half way here.
The thing I am worried about is issues at the airport here with immigration control.. Will they ask her about why she applied for a evisitor and why it got rejected etc..??
Or will they just let her walk through.
She got her boarding pass for the flight no problem. And I would imagine they would check the visa before issuing it!?
Anyway please help just very confused.
At immigration I have told her to be honest. As she provided them all the info during her evisitor request for more info process.
Anyway just a bit worried after this massive roller coaster I just need this to go smooth.
Any advice on what and how to deal with immigration would be greatly appreciated!!!
Thank you guys so much!


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Old 01-25-2013, 12:03 AM
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Hey guys, so been away for a while. But was hoping for none help had some developments, well when she went to the U. S she applied for an evisitor online after they asked for more info which we provided her visa was rejected. We were absolutely shattered and in a real bad spot. Anyway whilst at the travel agent to book her ticket back to England, her agent told her that through her she can still apply for an ETA and give that a go. Anyway she applied and was approved in a few minutes. So basically she now has a ETA to come here. She boarded the next flight home and is already half way here.
The thing I am worried about is issues at the airport here with immigration control.. Will they ask her about why she applied for a evisitor and why it got rejected etc..??
Or will they just let her walk through.
She got her boarding pass for the flight no problem. And I would imagine they would check the visa before issuing it!?
Anyway please help just very confused.
At immigration I have told her to be honest. As she provided them all the info during her evisitor request for more info process.
Anyway just a bit worried after this massive roller coaster I just need this to go smooth.
Any advice on what and how to deal with immigration would be greatly appreciated!!!
Thank you guys so much!
I'm not an expert on this but from what I know, you can always be stopped and asked questions at the airport. For as far as I know they can not like your answers but if you have a valid visa they cannot revoke or cancel it unless they see proof of breaking visa conditions or have solid reasons to believe you'll outstay your visa.

Anyone else know any additional regulations regarding this?

For instance when I got my Working Holiday Visa, they were still legally allowed to stop me at the border and refuse me if I could not prove I had a flight back or the money for it, as that is a condition for that particular visa.

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Applied: 23 January 2013 (front loaded)
Application: Paper
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Case Officer Assigned: 23 December 2013
Request for More Information: 19 May 2014
Requested Information: Australian Federal Police Check
Supplied on: 26 May 2014
Visa Granted: 4 June 2014


Permanent Stage Application: 22 January 2015
PERMANENT PARTNER (801) GRANTED ON 18 MAY 2015 - WE DID IT!

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