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Old 04-16-2014, 11:47 PM
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457, nomination refused, Schedule 3, BVA, BVC

Hi everyone!

I would really appreciate any advice I can get on our situation.

Me and my partner applied for a 457 visa (via his employer), and checked the box to withdraw our application should the sponsorship/nominated position be refused. Unfortunately the nominated position was refused and our application was withdrawn automatically. The employer intends to appeal this decision.

Is it possible for us to reapply for the same nominated position while it is under appeal, or would we get refused straight away? And if so, could we leave the country to come back on a tourist visa before reapplying for the 457 in order to get around Schedule 3 and Bridging visa C? We would like to still be able to be on a Bridging visa A so we can visit our families abroad (and it seems appealing is quite a long process).

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Old 04-17-2014, 02:07 AM
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I suspect there won't be many posters here who have knowledge or experience with this situation. You may be better off speaking with a migration agent to understand your options.

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You can't make a new visa application unless there is a valid nomination application (pending or approved) in the system somewhere.

As for appealing the nomination refusal, it is often cheaper and quicker to address the areas of concern and lodge a new nomination application.

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