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Old 03-22-2019, 02:22 PM
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Visit Partner but got the ban

Hi all, short story i got re entry ban from australia, got married with Australian citizen before i left on my BVE (as like the professional agent told us to do) then now i currenty applied for my partner visa 309. done with police check AFP and My own country, medical check up too.and now i just applied visitor visa 600.

my question is i know i got the re entry ban since i left, and the visa 309 does not apply for the ban but it might effect to my visitor visa.
will i pass to get visitor visa? i waived to them wrote them the letter as they mentioned to the website. i add some documents that might help the process.

please give me any advice or many if there is any similar situation like me?
thanks so much!


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Old 03-22-2019, 10:23 PM
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Pretty sure an entry ban is just that.

It is not applied to all visas including the 309, but it does apply to the Visitor Visas. I do not think it can be waived nor would it likely be unless there were extreme circumstances.

Being advised by a professional agent is interesting and raises a big concern about your relationship to me. Getting married does not count for much.


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Pretty sure an entry ban is just that.

It is not applied to all visas including the 309, but it does apply to the Visitor Visas. I do not think it can be waived nor would it likely be unless there were extreme circumstances.

Being advised by a professional agent is interesting and raises a big concern about your relationship to me. Getting married does not count for much.
Visitor visas are subject to PIC 4014 (3 year exclusion period). Waivers are very hard to get and would depend on individual circumstances.

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