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Old 10-29-2015, 03:24 PM
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Applied: Vfs Global Office (24th Feburay 2015) (Paper)
Visa Applied: Visa 309/Subclass 100
Application Received by AHC: 9th March 2015
Medical: 23/12/2014
Pcc: 21/12/2014
Case Officer Allocation: 29 October 2015
Visa Grant: 29 October 2015

Case Officer called My Husband asked couple of genreal questions, I didnt receive any call straight after one hour I received Visa Grant email.

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Hi All

Applied: Vfs Global Office (24th Feburay 2015) (Paper)
Visa Applied: Visa 309/Subclass 100
Application Received by AHC: 9th March 2015
Medical: 23/12/2014
Pcc: 21/12/2014
Case Officer Allocation: 29 October 2015
Visa Granted: 29 October 2015

Case Officer called My Husband today asked couple of genreal questions, I didnt receive any call straight after one hour I received Visa Grant email. Will be leaving in March


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my wife called high commission. and was told case was opened 2 days ago. no contact by case officer till now. lodged in 25th jan and both PCC and Medical done at asame time. all the documents are there. how long does it take to finanlize after the case is opened?



i've two issues with my case. when filling the form name and family name was incorrect which is correct now with incorrect answer form.
i applied for sponsered tourist visa for year which was rejected from australia(paper based - lodged for 1 year as the option were 3 month to 1 year and the fee was same) and then applied from delhi(through agent) we clearly said it was rejected once- agent negligence, agent didn't mentioned tourist visa rejection, rejected again


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Details of Application
Application ID
Visa Class VISITOR (Class FA) VISITOR (Subclass 600)
Visa Type Temporary
Application Lodgement Date 5 August 2015
File Number
Payment Receipt Number

Information Considered
I am a delegated decision maker under Section 65 of the Migration Act 1958 (the Act). In reaching my decision, I have considered the following:

relevant legislation contained in the Act and Migration Regulations 1994 (the Regulations) collectively “migration law”;
information contained in the department's Procedures Advice Manual 3;
documents and information provided by the applicant(s); and
other relevant information held on departmental files.


Reasons for Decision
I have assessed the applicant(s)’ application and the reasons for my decision are detailed below.

The applicant(s) have made an application for a Class FA, Subclass 600 - Visitor (Visitor Stream) visa. 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 applicant(s) in this case do not meet the legal requirement in clause 600.213 in Schedule 2 of the Regulations on the date I made my decision. Clause 600.213 states that:

(1) The applicant satisfies public interest criteria 4001, 4002, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4011, 4013, 4014, 4020 and 4021.
(2) If the applicant has not turned 18, the applicant also satisfies public interest criteria 4012, 4017 and 4018.

In your case, I am not satisfied that you meet the following requirements:

Migration Regulations 1994, Clause 4020 - Public Interest Criteria:

4020

There is no evidence before the Minister that the applicant has given, or caused to be given, to the Minister, an officer, the Migration Review Tribunal, a relevant assessing authority or a Medical Officer of the Commonwealth, a bogus document or information that is false or misleading in a material particular in relation to:

(a) the application for the visa; or
(b) a visa that the applicant held in the period of 12 months before the application was made…

The reason(s) that your application did not meet the criteria for grant is/are indicated below.

From the details provided in your application and supporting documents I note that you intend to travel to Australia to visit your spouse. In your application form you have indicated that you have not previously been refused a visa for Australia. Departmental records however indicate that you have applied for and been refused tourist visa as the decision maker was not satisfied based upon the information presented that a genuine visit was intended.

As you have provided misleading information to the department regarding your immigration history I have concerns relating to the overall genuineness of your proposed visit.

Based upon this factor I am not satisfied that a genuine visit is intended.

Whilst I have considered the level of support provided by your inviter, please note that the onus is on the applicant to satisfy the decision maker that a genuine visit is intended.

You have not submitted any information to demonstrate there are compelling circumstances affecting the interests of Australia. Nor have you provided any information to demonstrate there are compassionate and compelling circumstances that affect an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen that would justify the granting of the visa.

Decision
As you do not meet clause 600.213 I find that you do not meet the criteria for Class FA, Subclass 600 - Visitor (Visitor Stream) visa.

Therefore, I refuse your application for a Class FA, Subclass 600 - Visitor (Visitor Stream) visa lodged at the Australian High Commission New Delhi.

Exclusion period may now apply
This application has been refused following an assessment that the requirements of the PIC4020 criterion were not met. Consequently each person included in this decision is now subject to a provision which may preclude them from being granted another visa for Australia for a period of three years.

This is because PIC 4020 includes the following clause:
(2) The Minister is satisfied that during the period:
(a) starting 3 years before the application was made; and
(b) ending when the Minister makes a decision to grant or refuse the application; the applicant and each member of a family unit of the applicant has not been refused a visa because of a failure to satisfy the criteria in subclause (1) of the PIC.

This provision will affect any subsequent application made for a visa that contains the requirement that the applicant satisfies PIC 4020 and may prevent the grant of a further visa in this period.



please suggest. thanks


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Public interest criteria is very crucial one. I think you're in serious trouble. You may not be granted a visa for three years. You should always fill your forms yourself cuz you know best about yourself and your circumstances. You are gonna have to show that you not being granted a visa can affect interest of an Australian citizen. I suggest you consult with some good migration lawyer. And always be mindful what information you give to immigration and it should not be conflicting with information you gave them before.
I wish you all the best


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Old 11-20-2015, 01:42 AM
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Hi Jamie,

how long does it to finalise the case, after the case officer is assigned.


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Hi Jamie,

how long does it to finalise the case, after the case officer is assigned.
How long is a piece of string?

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Hi
I am new to this forum and this is my first post.
I am 189 visa holder with first entry done. I am currently working in Singapore. I plan to move to Australia by June 2015.
I am getting married soon. I and my fiancee hold Indian passport.
Indian passports contain the holders current Indian address and spouse name (if any).
I intend to apply for 309 visa for my fiancee after marriage.
Is it a requirement that our passports should have respective spouse names endorsed to get 309 visa?
Is it a requirement that our passports should have identical Indian address to get 309 visa?

I can change entries in my passport in Singapore. But my fiancee will have to get the changes done in India and she will be required to stay at my parents place to get the address changed. I would like to avoid this if it is not mandatory for 309 visa.

Any suggestions are welcome.


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Hi
For 309 there is no requirement that passports should have identical Indian address, 309 document checklist is available on https://www.border.gov.au website.
But, 309 offshore visa is for Australian citizen/ Pr holders, which means sponser has to be an australian citizen or pr holder before he/she could sponser spouse.
In your case, you are on Visa 189 which I think is an independent work visa, so I don't think your are eligible to apply 309.
Look for other visas it could be dependent tourist etc. Go on australian government immigration website (https://www.border.gov.au) here you will find visa and other information that suit your requirement best.
Cheers!


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Old 11-23-2015, 02:29 AM
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Thanks for your reply Nick88.
I think 189 visa is permanent resident visa. 189 visa holder can sponsor spouse for 309 visa.
Can anybody from India confirm if having spouse name on passport and having same address for husband and wife is mandatory/desirable for 309 visa?


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After waiting for 362 days my wife got her PR -Partner (subclass 100).


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