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After Refugee Visa, Can I apply for independent skill?


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Old 03-26-2010, 05:04 AM
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After Refugee Visa, Can I apply for independent skill?

Hi Folks,
I arrived in Australia with visa 676 (tourist for 3 months) at the second month I went to DIMIA and applied for the refugee visa they gave me a bridging visa with some restrictions like: No work, No study, No further stay, until the decision comes up, finally took like a year and the decision comes saying that I was not eligible as a refugee person, so, I went to RRT (Refugee Revies Tribunal) cost me $1,400 to appeal for the government decision, after that I was on anther bridging visa with the same conditions, then I sent a letter to the Migration Minister and I waited for 7 months and nothing happened, I got tired of that and I decided to leave Australia, now time has changed and 6 years has passed since I left Australia and I want to come back but on a different visa application, as a Independent Skilled 175 subclass, do you think that will be a problem if I apply for the 175 sublcass visa? how much is the probability that the goverment will accept me and my family under the subclass 175 visa???
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Hi Folks,
I arrived in Australia with visa 676 (tourist for 3 months) at the second month I went to DIMIA and applied for the refugee visa they gave me a bridging visa with some restrictions like: No work, No study, No further stay, until the decision comes up, finally took like a year and the decision comes saying that I was not eligible as a refugee person, so, I went to RRT (Refugee Revies Tribunal) cost me $1,400 to appeal for the government decision, after that I was on anther bridging visa with the same conditions, then I sent a letter to the Migration Minister and I waited for 7 months and nothing happened, I got tired of that and I decided to leave Australia, now time has changed and 6 years has passed since I left Australia and I want to come back but on a different visa application, as a Independent Skilled 175 subclass, do you think that will be a problem if I apply for the 175 sublcass visa? how much is the probability that the goverment will accept me and my family under the subclass 175 visa???
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If you left Australia of your own accord and there were no issues like misrepresentation or non compliance registered against you, I'd not think there is any reason why a new visa could not be considered.

Of course there is going to be the question of eligibility just as there is for any visa and skilled visas have a prioritisation and numbers capping application, significant changes being implemented this year, a link in a sticky thread having details.





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If you left Australia of your own accord and there were no issues like misrepresentation or non compliance registered against you, I'd not think there is any reason why a new visa could not be considered.

Of course there is going to be the question of eligibility just as there is for any visa and skilled visas have a prioritisation and numbers capping application, significant changes being implemented this year, a link in a sticky thread having details.


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Hi All,
Thanks again for your answer, just one question, I didnīt pay the fee to the RRT (Refugee REview Tribunal) on the final decision that was not to grant a protection visa because my situation wasnīt according to the definition of a refugee person.....at the time that I left Australia Oct 2004 I wasnīt on the financial conditions to pay that fee, now I am looking to apply for a Skilled Immigration to Canada that debt will affect my Canadian process?
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Thanks again for your answer, just one question, I didnīt pay the fee to the RRT (Refugee REview Tribunal) on the final decision that was not to grant a protection visa because my situation wasnīt according to the definition of a refugee person.....at the time that I left Australia Oct 2004 I wasnīt on the financial conditions to pay that fee, now I am looking to apply for a Skilled Immigration to Canada that debt will affect my Canadian process?
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That'll be up to the Canadians if they are at all aware of it which they could be depending on whether your debt was listed by Australia in regard to any immigration file.





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Old 10-08-2010, 07:53 AM
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Hi shogun,

When you went to DIMIA and applied for the refugee visa they gave you a bridging visa with some restrictions like: No work, No study, No further stay, until the decision comes up.
Did they give you a welfare or english class or anything you do during your waiting period? or just waiting and live from your own expenses


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Old 10-24-2010, 04:26 AM
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Hi alcayoob,
Sorry I couldn't reply you before, the answer is Yes, DIMIA left me live on my own expenses, I didn't get anything in that period.
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