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Old 12-12-2015, 01:51 PM
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Congratulations!

I hope I can hear some good news too, I'm hitting 7 months...
Thank you I have my fingers crossed for you.

Will not make it home for Christmas as waiting on my daughters Aussie passport but not long after we should all be able to fly over

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Alhamdulillah got visa today!!!! It was in a special moment I was praying for it and suddenly got email just now and thought to share here my prayers for every one else waiting keep hopeful

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Alhamdulillah got visa today!!!! It was in a special moment I was praying for it and suddenly got email just now and thought to share here my prayers for every one else waiting keep hopeful
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Alhamdulillah got visa today!!!! It was in a special moment I was praying for it and suddenly got email just now and thought to share here my prayers for every one else waiting keep hopeful
Congrats!! The waiting list is shrinking . Will you make it to Australia before xmas?


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Thank you Becks and Mish
I don't know if it's possible my husband is trying to get a ticket let's see

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Hi Mish i've applied for the e600 visitor visa for my fiance's parents to come and attend our wedding. The dad got refused and the mum is still in process. This is the reasons they gave. Could you please help me?
Findings
From all the information available to me, including the documents and information the
applicant provided, I find that the criteria for the grant of a Visitor (Tourist) visa are not met by
the applicant.
Reasons
I have assessed the application by the applicant and the reasons for my decision are detailed
below.
The relevant legislation applicable to this decision is as follows:
600.211
The applicant genuinely intends to stay temporarily in Australia for the purpose for which the
visa is granted, having regard to:
(a) whether the applicant has complied substantially with the conditions to which the last
substantive visa, or any subsequent bridging visa, held by the applicant was subject; and
(b) whether the applicant intends to comply with the conditions to which the Subclass 600
visa would be subject; and
(c) any other relevant matter.
The question of genuineness is not an objective matter but requires a judgment to be made.
In reaching a finding on the question, decision-makers are required to take into consideration
a range of factors affecting the applicant. In assessing the current application, although
consideration was given to socioeconomic and security factors in the applicant’s home
country, assessment of his personal circumstances and immigration history are the primary
considerations.
In assessing whether or not the applicant intends a genuine temporary stay, I have taken into
account the information provided in the application and all supporting documents provided in
this application.
In the visa application form, the applicant declared that he has been employed for the
past 10 years in Haider Alfaki Business For Import & Export and he provided an approved
leave. No further details or evidence have been provided to substantiate the applicant’s
employment and monthly income claims. In the absence of evidence of monthly income
and employment commencement date, the applicant’s employment commitment cannot
be verified. Therefore, little weight can be given to the applicant’s declared employment as
evidence that he intends to return to Sudan within the validity of his visa.
I note that the visa applicant is travelling with his spouse. Whilst I acknowledge that the
applicant’s non-dependant family may provide some incentive to return, the presence of
these family members are not sufficient to demonstrate that the applicant intends a genuine
temporary stay in Australia and will depart within the validity of his visa, weighed against
the other concerns outlined in this decision. Therefore, I am not satisfied that the presence
of these remaining family members sufficiently demonstrates that the applicant intends a
genuine temporary visit to Australia.
The applicant did not submit any evidence to substantiate his financial capacity for a trip to
Australia. In the absence of evidence, the applicant’s financial capacity cannot be verified
and I have concerns that the applicant may intend to travel to Australia for reasons other
than a genuine temporary stay in Australia.
The applicant has not provided evidence of any other significant assets or ongoing
responsibilities that may act as a strong incentive for him to return to Sudan.
The applicant has not provided evidence of any previous travel or demonstrated previous
compliance with immigration laws in Australia or other like countries. Since the applicant has
not demonstrated that he has previously travelled, complied with the visa conditions and
returned home, I have given this consideration no weight in my assessment.
The applicant has provided support from the family in Australia and I have considered this
information in the application. Although offers of support or guarantees given by family
and friends in Australia are considered within an application, they alone are not sufficient
evidence of a genuine temporary stay. In light of the other concerns outlined in this decision,
I have given this support limited weight.
From the information supplied in the application I am not satisfied the applicant intends
a genuine visit to Australia. Therefore, I am not satisfied that the applicant meets the
requirements of clause 600.211 and the application is refused.
An application for a Visitor (Tourist) visa has been made by the applicant.
Under the migration law, a visa cannot be granted unless the applicant meets the relevant
legal requirements that are specified in the Act and the Regulations. The above mentioned
criteria has not been met by the applicant on the date I made my decision.
Decision
As clause 600.211 is not met by the applicant, I find the criteria for the grant of a Visitor
(Tourist) visa in the Tourist stream are not met by the applicant, and thus the applicant does
not meet the criteria for the grant of a Visitor (Tourist) visa. I therefore find the criteria for the
grant of a Visitor visa are not met by the applicant.
Therefore, I refuse the application by the applicant for a Visitor visa.

Please help Mish, thank you!


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Old 12-15-2015, 09:32 PM
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Sorry for the rejection. I just had a quick skim as just got to work (will read properly tonight and see if I missed anything).

Did he provide a HR letter from his work, payslips and bank statement? Some of the wording is the same as my husband's tourist visa rejection.

They seem to indicate that claims have been made but no evidence supplied ie. Job and financial.

Do they have other children in Sudan?


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Old 12-15-2015, 09:35 PM
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He put a job letter, but there is no payslips in his work. Also no he's the only child but we provided proof of his family. He has s big family.


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Old 12-15-2015, 09:35 PM
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Do you know any free migration advice Mish? What should i do?


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