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Tourist Visa subclass600-Denied-Lack of economic ties-Help

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Old 11-29-2019, 12:09 PM
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Tourist Visa subclass600-Denied-Lack of economic ties-Help

Good evening.

I would like to ask for your ideas regarding my situation. I would really appreciate any input. Thank you in advance.

I was kind of confused right now, after receiving a visa refusal. I applied for a tourist visa, 3 months, sponsored by my Australian boyfriend. I wish to spend the holiday with him and do some traveling again in Australia. The reason I got denied is due to lack of economic ties.

As of the moment, I am a freelancer, the company I'm with doesn't provide any contract as it is really not necessary because I always have an option to not work to them. I am working as a transcriber online. Because of this, the only proof I could provide is my PayPal transactions showing they are paying me. I also do not possed any properties here in the Philippines.

I fully understand why my visa was refused.

My question is there any workaround for this? Is there a way that I can have my visa approved? Besides employment and properties/land title/, what other evidence I can show them that I am going back to the Philippines? Any suggestion please or maybe, should we try to apply for another type of Visa.

By the way, this is the second time I applied for a tourist visa. The first one was approved because I have a job at that time.

Right now, I felt that I am in a dead-end. I really cannot think of anything to show them I am coming back to the Philippines considering I am working home-based or online.

Thank you again.

I like to attach the refusal letter but cannot see how.

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