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Old 06-29-2020, 10:52 AM
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Student visa issue

Hello!
I have a complicated issue please bare with me,

I am trying to return to Australia to complete my study as I am in my final year of the bachelor degree.

I used to study in Australia and I was unable to return as I was refused a student visa and had a three year ban- long story.

The ban period is now over. However, I was still unable to obtain a visa as my application was under further assessment for too long (+two years). I think the department had flagged my application as a security risk- though not having any criminal background.

The university isn’t willing to offer me a seat due to the previous visa refusal. Even if I was offered re-enrollment, the university would not hold the seat for too long- if my visa got delayed.

What should I do? I couldn’t transfer to any other country because I was not given any credit for my previous study and I cannot start the degree over!

My situation here is not good. I hate my job and I cannot work in the field I desire without the degree.

Would you please suggest me a solution?

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Old 06-29-2020, 07:59 PM
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Perhaps you could apply for advanced standing elsewhere?

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Old 06-29-2020, 10:53 PM
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Sounds like you mucked up. You wouldn't get a refusal for no good reason. Jobs come and go, get on with it wherever you are - you'll bring your personal issues no matter where you are. Canada is warm this time of year if you can get in.

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High security risks in visas is not limited to criminal records. It means you are a risk of doing a violation with the visa which is backed-up by your previous ban. It has nothing to do with your clean criminal background.

You have to find an institution in countries accessible to you to accept you in advanced standing, there are many, you just don't want to. You have to accept the fact that Australia might be impossible for you at the moment. Next time, respect the rules of the visa, you have an excuse, if it's justifiable, you wouldn't get a ban but apparently it is not excusable.


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Hello!
I have a complicated issue please bare with me,

I am trying to return to Australia to complete my study as I am in my final year of the bachelor degree.

I used to study in Australia and I was unable to return as I was refused a student visa and had a three year ban- long story.

The ban period is now over. However, I was still unable to obtain a visa as my application was under further assessment for too long (+two years). I think the department had flagged my application as a security risk- though not having any criminal background.

The university isn’t willing to offer me a seat due to the previous visa refusal. Even if I was offered re-enrollment, the university would not hold the seat for too long- if my visa got delayed.

What should I do? I couldn’t transfer to any other country because I was not given any credit for my previous study and I cannot start the degree over!

My situation here is not good. I hate my job and I cannot work in the field I desire without the degree.

Would you please suggest me a solution?

Cheers!
Sara,

I am not sure what country you are from, but try and apply for a tourist visa - that will help to find out if there are any issues. It is a little complicated but if you use a Registered Migration Agent they can explain the logic behind doing that. Take care. Peter


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Old 07-07-2020, 01:24 AM
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You wouldn't get a refusal for no good reason.
What about a 2-year-old who was refused a visitor visa because he did not have a job to which he could return? I could multiply examples.

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Old 07-07-2020, 02:17 AM
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What about a 2-year-old who was refused a visitor visa because he did not have a job to which he could return? I could multiply examples.
Fair enough, could you list some relevant examples regarding the OP's initial enquiry? I'm curious


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Old 07-07-2020, 07:01 AM
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Most uni and college classes are not face-to-face yet in Australia anyway - they're online only. Most campuses remain closed or are only partially open. So if you really want to maintain your study in an Australian institution, you can do so from your own home country via online.


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