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Old 03-18-2020, 10:26 AM
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Tourist visa refusal impact on 482 work visa

Hi All,

I have had a tourist visa refused stating I had submitted insufficient documents a while back. I submitted only 1 payslip from my then current company but I did submit the job offer, tax return, leave letter from HR etc. but it was refused.

Now, I am getting a chance to apply for a 482 visa for working in Australia and I am wondering if my previous tourist visa refusal would cause any issues with my application. Or is there anything that says that I automatically become ineligible for any visa post a tourist visa refusal? The tourist was applied by myself for a genuine 2 week holiday.


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I am wondering if my previous tourist visa refusal would cause any issues with my application.
Probably not, given the reason you cited.

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I am wondering if my previous tourist visa refusal would cause any issues with my application.
Probably not, given the reason you cited.
So I’m still actually eligible to apply for a 482 visa and everything right? The reason they cited in my refusal for my tourist visa is stated below,

“The applicant claims to travel to Australia for tourism and visiting friends.
In assessing these criteria I have taken into account the information provided by the applicant in their visa application form and the supporting documents. I find that the information provided is not sufficient to satisfy me of their genuine temporary stay intention, and the applicant has not demonstrated that they have sufficiently strong commitments in India that would be an incentive for them to return to India.
More specifically, while the applicant claims to be employed in Accenture, India the applicant has not provided sufficient evidence with their application of a regular salary payment that supports their income and employment claims. Hence, I am not satisfied as to their ongoing employment and overall economic circumstances in India. As such, I do not consider that the applicant has strong employment or economic incentives to return India at the end of their proposed stay in Australia.
After considering the information provided, I am not satisfied that the applicant genuinely intends to stay temporarily in Australia for the purposes set out above.
Therefore, I am not satisfied that the applicant meets the relevant criteria in clause 600.211 in Schedule 2 of the Migration Regulations.”

I know it was totally my mistake for not having submitted all my payslips but I didn’t know they would be looking for more than 1. I’m not sure how serious this refusal is which is totally because of my own stupidity. I should have used a MARA agent probably even for a tourist visa.


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Since THEY are not likely to grant visitor visas for the foreseeable future they are refusing them on any grounds they can manufacture.

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Since THEY are not likely to grant visitor visas for the foreseeable future they are refusing them on any grounds they can manufacture.
Yes that’s highly possible but what they could have instead done is may he write a note asking us to be aware of the travel bans and that we should not be arriving if there is a ban. I think this whole corona thing is going to last much longer than 3-4 months 😞

I read somewhere that having a visa refused makes us ineligible to all other visas other than some protection visas. But I think that applies only if I have a visa refused at onshore correct? I hope a visitor visa refusal on just insufficient documentation isn’t something that would have drastic impacts. It’s things like these that makes anyone worried irrespective of the simply reasons they refuse the visa for.


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Correct!

Unless it was refused on character, 'false information', or medical grounds.

Not all of these are necessarily fatal to a further application, but some come with an exclusion period.

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Unless it was refused on character, 'false information', or medical grounds.

Not all of these are necessarily fatal to a further application, but some come with an exclusion period.
Perfect thank you for your patience. I hope all the replies by you here will be helpful to someone someday.

So whosoever bumps into this thread,

1. No! having a tourist visa refused due to insufficient documents, funds, employment details etc. will not hamper your future applications. You will simply have to mention it the next time you apply stating the reason and that’s it.

2. You are not ineligible to apply for other visas if you had a refusal for a tourist visa that you had applied offshore

3. If your visa was refused on grounds like character, medical or false information, you might have some trouble but you are still not ineligible to apply for future visas(read refusal letter for any conditions). You will have to read the refusal letter if any exclusion period applies for your future applications as well

4. Having a visa refused at onshore will make you ineligible for most visas and the above points are only applicable for a tourist visa that was refused that you had applied offshore


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It's exactly what wrussel says: different types of visa have different criteria. So if one visa was refused for a criteria that does not exist on another visa, it should not affect it. This is also why refusals based on characters etc are likely to affect future visas, because they are a criteria on all visas.

We had two refusals on tourist visas before getting the PMV.


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