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Old 01-23-2020, 01:51 PM
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Hello everyone please I need your advise, I applied for visitors visa subclass 600 and I'm waiting for final decision but my intended date of travelling has passed and now my question is, can I get a visa grants after my intended date of travelling is over?


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Old 01-23-2020, 08:32 PM
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Depends on the circumstances of your case.

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Depends on the circumstances of your case.
What do you mean when you say depend on the circumstances on my case please?


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If, for example, you were granted leave by an employer with a stipulation that you return by a certain date and that date has passed, you might have a problem.

Without knowing the full particulars of your case it is not possible to offer a considered professional opinion.

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If, for example, you were granted leave by an employer with a stipulation that you return by a certain date and that date has passed, you might have a problem.

Without knowing the full particulars of your case it is not possible to offer a considered professional opinion.

Best of luck.

Yes I was granted leave by my employer on the 22nd of January and to return back on the 29th of January, which is 6 days leave and was applied on the 10th of January and there was no enough time for me but my employer has accepted to extend my travelling date to February 28th, right now I don't know what next to do either to send an email and explain things to them with a proof of a written letter from my company of rescheduling the date of my entry before they make a decision of my case.... Please do you have any idea what I should do?


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I just received my refusal letter now, the refusal is based poor travelling history and i didn't declare friends or relatives living in australia,*and i have traveled to turkey and dubai few weeks ago after i have already applied to visit australia , my question is can i also include my travel history in my next application and secondly do i need to declare a friend or relatives because i don't have any and i didn't choose the option in my application......please guys i need your advise and your help on how to reapply again....thanks in advance.

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It seems they don't believe you will leave Australia after your visa ends given you don't have family/friends here to visit and you also come from a high risk area (Africa) for overstayers. You can try to apply again but I suspect you will have the same outcome. If you want to try again, I'd strongly suggest you engage the services of a migration agent to assist you with your application.

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It seems they don't believe you will leave Australia after your visa ends given you don't have family/friends here to visit and you also come from a high risk area (Africa) for overstayers. You can try to apply again but I suspect you will have the same outcome. If you want to try again, I'd strongly suggest you engage the services of a migration agent to assist you with your application.
Thanks for your respond, I do have traveling history on my previous passport but unfortunately I lost it but I can present a police report which I had to get my new passport and my flight ticket, but as a tourist do I have to declare family or relatives because I didn't choose the option yes.


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It seems they don't believe you will leave Australia after your visa ends given you don't have family/friends here to visit and you also come from a high risk area (Africa) for overstayers. You can try to apply again but I suspect you will have the same outcome. If you want to try again, I'd strongly suggest you engage the services of a migration agent to assist you with your application.
Thanks for your respond, I do have traveling history on my previous passport but unfortunately I lost it but I can present a police report which I had to get my new passport and my flight ticket, but as a tourist do I have to declare family or relatives because I didn't choose the option yes.
I have been to 3 different countries in my old passport, Korea, dubai and Turkey and my maximum stay is 10 days and I can show my flight ticket and with police report to proof that I obtained a new passport also... But I don't have any family or friends living in Australia and also do I need to declare, please what do I have to do as this is just a tourist visa which is not must to have someone living there in Australia.


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I have been to 3 different countries in my old passport, Korea, dubai and Turkey ..
Did you explain that in your original application?


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