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Old 05-14-2013, 01:54 AM
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can previous student visa refusal affect future visa application

hi! does anyone here can advice me if my previous student visa refusal to uk affect my application to australia? i have applied to uk just dis year for a student visa and got refused because according to the consul who interviewed me, i lack proof that i am a genuine student who intends to follow the course. now i am planning to apply for another student visa but this time to australia, but i am very anxious as to the thought of being doubted again. i dont want another visa refusal. that would be very devastating already


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Of course, you need to provide an application and evidence that you are a genuine student. The genuine student requirements are well documented, and you should have been able to prepare quite well for this.

The past immigration history will be viewed by the decision maker, so making a very good application is my advice.

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Of course, you need to provide an application and evidence that you are a genuine student. The genuine student requirements are well documented, and you should have been able to prepare quite well for this.

The past immigration history will be viewed by the decision maker, so making a very good application is my advice.
thank you for your reply. how do i do that? i mean other than stating my purpose of studying the course in the study plan, is there anything else i can provide to show them that i only intend to study and to increase my oppurtunities. and that i will go home after the course before my visa gets expired.


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