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Old 04-25-2010, 04:25 AM
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if you get rejected for one visa - does it mean..

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this is a totally theoretical question, but if you got rejected for a student visa due to problems with the educational institute would you be rejected for a partner visa?

Does anyone know...?

I know you have to put it on your visa application - but does it mean you will be disqualified or is it just one of the things they think about???

This hasn't happened but we need to think about all the possibilities. It may not even happen, but we need to be educated about it. Thanks.
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hello again

this is a totally theoretical question, but if you got rejected for a student visa due to problems with the educational institute would you be rejected for a partner visa?

Does anyone know...?

I know you have to put it on your visa application - but does it mean you will be disqualified or is it just one of the things they think about???

This hasn't happened but we need to think about all the possibilities. It may not even happen, but we need to be educated about it. Thanks.
Interested.
I do not know for sure and as always, it'll be in the detail but I'd be surprised if a visa rejection because of a problem with an educational institute would lead to further rejection unless there was a serious fraud situation of some sort to impinge on character.





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Old 04-25-2010, 12:11 PM
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Thanks a lot Wanderer.
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I do not know for sure and as always, it'll be in the detail but I'd be surprised if a visa rejection because of a problem with an educational institute would lead to further rejection unless there was a serious fraud situation of some sort to impinge on character.


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