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Old 12-16-2013, 09:22 AM
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I think the fact that you stated that you didn't believe that your application should be treated any differently is what got peoples noses out of line.

You have withdrawn from being upset about the judgemental comment, which is fair enough.

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Old 12-16-2013, 09:28 AM
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These are hard and stressful times for all of us awaiting the outcomes of our lives, especially so close to Christmas & New Years, when we just want to be with our lived ones. Sometimes things are said in haste.

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Does anyone have any experience of being deported and then getting a visa application accepted afterward? So far they asked for biometrics collection
To the question at hand - I don't have any personal experience with this, so my suggestion would be for you to ask a MARA registered agent.

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Old 12-16-2013, 12:46 PM
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I'm sorry, but it's not us judging you. I simply said Immi was right to take more time with your application. That's not judgmental, that's fact. Just like if you were from a high-risk country, and they have to take more time because they have to do more in-depth security checks. Or, in my case, they may need to take more time because I have medical issues they have to look at carefully before they decide. I don't *like* that my application may take longer (believe me), but I understand that because my case is unusual that's just the way it is. You have already been dishonest with immigration. They are right to spend more time looking at this application to ensure there's nothing dishonest about this application. It's just how the process works. There are many, many people on this forum who have followed the letter of the law in regards to immigration whose applications take 9 months, 12 months, even two years due to no fault of their own, and even people whose applications are rejected when they're a legitimate couple. There are disabled people or people with disabled children who are not *allowed* to migrate simply because of a condition they were born with or developed, again, through no fault of their own (I may end up being one of these people). So do I think it's horrible and unfair that you might have to wait a few extra months? No, no I don't.

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Old 12-16-2013, 08:19 PM
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Hi all,
Just reading spagz predicament. I can't believe she was deported so quickly. My husband had a previous record before he came to Australia from the USA. He was given a provisional visa. We separated shortly after his arrival a year ago. Now, his visa was refused in September 2013 on character grounds, yet he is still in the country, harassing the hell out of me and having a wonderful time partying. Naturally, as his sponsor, I am not informed by DIAC of anything. My husband did not appeal to the mrt, has not paid tax here(due October) still owes taxes in USA. I am wondering if he will fall through the cracks, even though the authorities know he has a history of alcohol and drug addiction which leads to violence. Anyone got any thoughts on this please?

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Does anyone have any experience of being deported and then getting a visa application accepted afterward?
Yes. As stated above, just be prepared for a bit of extra scrutiny which may take a bit more time. If your partner hasn't completed a form 80 yet, I would pre-empt a request and complete one.

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Old 12-19-2013, 05:41 AM
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Thanks. If it starts to take a hugely long time ill contact an agent

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Thanks to those who gave advice! We have thankfully put in a form 80 with our application. Good luck everyone!

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