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Help to apply a Visitor Visa 679 or 600


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Old 10-28-2013, 02:18 PM
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Help to apply a Visitor Visa 679 or 600

Hello,

Please excuse me for my English and my mistakes.
I need help because I want to apply for a 600 visa as a visitor .: (
I am Algerian living in France since 2003 , and I have in my possesion a work visa until May 2014 , renewable.

I lost my job for economic reasons for which I held a position as a financial controler. I intended to do a language course in Australia to improve my English and find a job quickly in France .

I will wish to stay three months and a half in Australia, two months to improve my English and one month and a half to Visit .

I have 50K USD on my savings account .

I have already traveled to many countries and I have never overstayed my visa.

I care because I do not have family ties in France and the fact that I am unemployed for the visa application .

This being so I could put the evidence in the record as what I pay taxes in France until October 2014 , that the fact that I receive unemployment insurance and the following may be cut off if I'm not back in France ..
Another thing I am a permanent resident in Canada since 2012, I went to last year for 12 days. but I 'm not returned my resident status is still active.

What you could advise me as to information and documents in my file , because reading the form , I can not seem to find a similar case .

Thank you for your answers


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Old 10-28-2013, 09:33 PM
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No possible answer?


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Old 10-28-2013, 09:39 PM
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Sorry Dendi - this is not one I know the answer to. Hoping someone else will come along who does.

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Hi Dendi, not sure if this applies in your specific case, but for us who have applied for a TV from the Philippines, we need to show solid proof that we are in fact returning to our home country. We need to show proof that we are gainfully employed (or have a regular source of income), that we have family and friends to return to and other links that will ensure we do have every intention to go back.

It would help if you had a sponsor for your visit.

Good luck!

From: Philippines, Applied: 27 Aug 2013, Applied From: , Visa Sub: 820 Partner Temporary Onshore, Application: Paper, Agent: No, Medicals: 27 Aug 2013, Police Checks: 27 Aug 2013, CO Assigned: 28 Aug 2013, Visa Granted: 29 Aug 2013, To: Australia

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Hi Dendi, not sure if this applies in your specific case, but for us who have applied for a TV from the Philippines, we need to show solid proof that we are in fact returning to our home country. We need to show proof that we are gainfully employed (or have a regular source of income), that we have family and friends to return to and other links that will ensure we do have every intention to go back.

It would help if you had a sponsor for your visit.

Good luck!

From: Philippines, Applied: 27 Aug 2013, Applied From: , Visa Sub: 820 Partner Temporary Onshore, Application: Paper, Agent: No, Medicals: 27 Aug 2013, Police Checks: 27 Aug 2013, CO Assigned: 28 Aug 2013, Visa Granted: 29 Aug 2013, To: Australia
Thank you Mariania


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