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Student visa 500 refusal on clause 500.214 financial evidence not provided


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Old 04-06-2018, 03:24 AM
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Student visa 500 refusal on clause 500.214 financial evidence not provided

Hi everyone,
I am a last year student finishing my course in June. I applied for a new visa because my first visa was tend to expire before my course completion.
My first visa was tend to expire on 15th March and on 16th March I received a notice of refusal because clause 500.214 was not satisfied.
I did not attach my financial documents because I was told by migration agent that it is not required because you are about to finish your course and that your degree is 75% completed. The department also never requested me to produce the documents.
I have filed for an appeal with the AAT now providing financial documents that include Bank statements, land assets papers.
What to expect?

Please give me your feedback about this situation.


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Old 04-06-2018, 09:22 AM
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What has you migration agent said, and are they a registered agent?

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If you are unable to find a satisfactory answer on this site, I suggest that you approach and a Registered Agent who is an expert in Student visa applications.

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Starting February 2018, those applying for Australia’s student visa will have to show more funds to prove that they have sufficient funds available whilst undertaking studies in Australia.
Australia requires applicants from certain countries applying for student visas to have enough funds that is genuinely available to pay for course fees, travel and living costs for the student and their accompanying family members while in Australia.
Alice Maclean, Director of Student and Graduate Visas said ‘the Department is currently concentrating on managing the peak lodgement period. Between now and April 2018, it is expected that a large number of student visa applications will be lodged. Given the growth in the program, it is important you continue to submit complete applications at least six weeks before course commencement.
More information about the Student visa financial capacity requirements is available at http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/S...dence-of-Funds.

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Hi Westly
When the document checklist tool does not ask for evidence of financial capacity, should we show it anyway or wait to see if we are asked?
Thanks.
Jenny

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Starting February 2018, those applying for Australia’s student visa will have to show more funds to prove that they have sufficient funds available whilst undertaking studies in Australia.
Australia requires applicants from certain countries applying for student visas to have enough funds that is genuinely available to pay for course fees, travel and living costs for the student and their accompanying family members while in Australia.
Alice Maclean, Director of Student and Graduate Visas said ‘the Department is currently concentrating on managing the peak lodgement period. Between now and April 2018, it is expected that a large number of student visa applications will be lodged. Given the growth in the program, it is important you continue to submit complete applications at least six weeks before course commencement.
More information about the Student visa financial capacity requirements is available at http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/S...dence-of-Funds.


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