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Re: more information regarding student visa refusal.


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Old 11-09-2013, 04:54 AM
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Re: more information regarding student visa refusal.

Hi Friends
Recently my student visa reapplication was refused. This is my situation and I would like to get any feedback/ information so that I can make the right decision
I am currently a student at a university and my visa application got refused. Background Information I used to be a student at another university and I was studying a course I didn't not want to do and was depressed and had trouble with controlling my anxiety. Because of these reasons I did not meet the expected academic performance that was expected of me and had to leave.But I was still motivated to study so I found a course that suits me and signed up for it(Foundations followed by a Bachelors Degree at my current uni). Since I was reported to the Immigration department I went down for an interview with one of the immigration officers.I explained my situation to him, that I earnestly wanted to study(not spend my time working), and that I am going back to and working from the basics(Foundations). He said that my student visa will not be cancelled and I should apply for an extension closer to the date when my student visa expires. I followed his instructions and reapplied this year(as my visa expired in August after two and a half years in my current course) I have another 3 semesters in my studies and I was informed that I can appeal to the MRT.
I would like the following information as I feel that it might shed more light with regards to my situation
1.)what do you think the chances of the appeal going through are?
2.)I understand that the review process might take around 500 days- do you think it wise for me to appeal and hope that I can finish my education within that period of time?
3.)If i don't wish to appeal can I leave the country and reapply from my home (off-shore)?
4.)What other options might be available for me?

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