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Old 08-21-2019, 04:00 PM
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I was at Australia in 2013 to study Bachelors but I was cheated by an educational agent. They sent me to the most expensive college in Sydney named Curtin college located at Central. Well, I told them that I wanted to study at University but I was given fake information and sent there. Upon arriving in Sydney I didn't like college and was too expensive for me. Then after studying for two semesters I left the country to study in the USA after trying a lot to transfer to University with in Australia but wasn't able to as I never got a release letter from my college.
I went to the USA but I returned to Nepal coz I was extremely sick after living there for 2 years. Again, I didn't graduate in the US too. Later, I had to renew US visa to return back after I was cured but my visa got rejected though University wanted me to return back.
Moving on I decided to study bachelor in Nepal. I had to start from scratch as my credits didn't get transferred.
Now I will finish my bachelor in Nepal next year and I am planning to apply to Australia to study masters. Will I get a visa or not. Since I came there to study there earlier but left after studying just 2 semesters without graduating. Also, that college has been closed permanently now as they could not meet proper standards.
Will my history affect my visa as I haven't done anything wrong. I just didn't complete my degree and left the country.

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Old 08-23-2019, 09:03 AM
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Not at all .. you can apply n visa will be granted for sure

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Old 08-23-2019, 10:27 AM
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Will my history affect my visa as I haven't done anything wrong. I just didn't complete my degree and left the country.
There is no guarantee that a student visa will be granted. For example, about 15% of student visa applications from outside Australia were rejected in the last quarter of 2018.

You seem to a have a history that will warrant some investigation. It all depends on how your application is judged.

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You will need a very well prepared visa application with a good explanation of your previous visa and education history, as well as a very strong and convincing GTE statement.

Stay away from Education Agents. Use a reputable, Australia based Registered Migration Agent instead.

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Some education agents steer students to the course provider from which they receive the highest commission. Some of them lead prospective students to believe that a Certificate III in utter BS, or similar, will put them on track for permanent residence. Historically, the more corrupt the course provider, the higher the commission and some charge a fee as well.

There must be some who apply for student visas and are not looking to PR, but in 16+ years I have not met one. I have rescued a few who took my advice and checked with a RMA before committing to a course of action.

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