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RRV any risk to request it?


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Old 08-29-2019, 01:40 PM
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RRV any risk to request it?

Hi,
I have earned my PR in June 2015, My PR expires as last day of arrival June 2020. I havent lived in Australia since the first time i landed, I had two kids born offshore whom i included to my PR and I had two trips to Australia to include them as first entry.
Eventually I am planning to move and settle there. However, I still would like to stay for one or two years for following reasons:

1- I am staying with my dad where we previously lost my mother and i am staying close to my dad to help him and more time to recover.
2- I have a decent job where i would like to collect more saving to be well established before making my move.

My two questions are:
1- do you think the above are considerable reasons to approve my RRV for a year or two? i will be submitting that offshore of course.
2- Last resort will certainly be moving to Austrlaia if they don't approve my RRV, I am not gonna dumb my PR. But the question is do you think if i submitted RRV application and they havent approved is it gonna affect my current valid PR ? or i will still have the deadline of June 2020?

Thanks for your support.


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Old 08-29-2019, 11:54 PM
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From what you have posted, your probability of being granted a RRV is close to zero.
A RRV refusal would not adversely affect your current visa.

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Old 09-02-2019, 01:14 PM
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From what you have posted, your probability of being granted a RRV is close to zero.
A RRV refusal would not adversely affect your current visa.


thanks for your response.. Any advise to have the probability going up? I am planning to get a mortgage and buy a house . does it help?

Plus if you are saying there is completly no harm neither now nor in the future, , i am thinking to apply anyway .


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Old 09-02-2019, 05:07 PM
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That will perhaps help ... but it’s about the totality of your substantial ties and why they are of benefit to Australia.

Also, what Westley said was that a refusal wouldn’t adversely affect your current visa, which it won’t, but if you get a refusal for a badly put together and/or doomed-to-fail application then you will have to explain the refusal on every subsequent visa application in Australia and many other places for all time.

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