Red Earth Migration agent Perth Contact Information
Phone: (08) 6161 9239
Mobile: 0410 755 603
Web Site: https://redearthmigration.com.au/
Migration Agent Perth Innaloo Wembley Visa Refusals and Cancellations
Some of the major reasons for Australian visa refusals or cancellations are job termination if in Australia on employer-sponsored visa, end of a relationship in case of partner visa etc. The Department of Home Affairs Australia held complete rights of cancelling or refusing your visa application if they find the information provided by you while visa lodgement process is suspicious or misleading.
Australian Visa Refusals
Any applicant who has provided incomplete (did not provide the complete documents listed) or misleading information while lodging a substantive visa application, in that case, the immigration authority can reject or refuse their visa.
While in Australia on a substantive visa, anybody who is found guilty is subject to breaching the code of conduct or visa rules can lead to visa cancellation by the Department of Home Affairs. You must leave Australia within a set time limit if your visa is cancelled. Serious consequences may follow if you do not leave Australia
If you fall under any one of the above situations then you can legally consult an expert regarding your Australian Visa Refusals and Cancellations. This applies in case you feel the information you provided to be genuine or haven’t violated any of the visa conditions. It is important to note that there are strict timelines to file your request to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for Visa Refusal Australia.
You Might Not Be Eligible to Apply for Some Australian Visas if:
your visa application was refused, or
your visa was cancelled
But you might be eligible to apply for some other visas. To be granted a visa, you must meet all relevant visa eligibility criteria.
No Substantive Visa and Had a Visa Refused or Cancelled, a tourist visa is a substantive visa
If you don’t have a substantive visa and you:
Since last entering Australia, were refused a visa, other than a Bridging visa
were refused an entry permit and became an illegal entrant before 1 September 1994, and have not subsequently left Australia
had a visa that was cancelled on or after 1 September 1994
You Can Apply for:
Child (residence) visa (subclass 802)
Partner (temporary) visa if, since last entering Australia, we have not refused you a Partner (residence) visa
Partner (residence) visa
Protection visa (subclass 866) (see more about Protection visa refusal below)
Medical Treatment visa (subclass 602) provided you are 50 or older and we refused you a residence visa on health grounds, or you are the family member of someone who has
Territorial asylum (residence) visa
Border (temporary) visa. Generally, only non-citizens in immigration clearance can apply for this visa – that is, before they leave the airport or seaport when they arrive in Australia
Special Category visa (subclass 444), New Zealand citizens only
- Bridging visa A – BVA – (subclass 010)
- Bridging visa B – BVB – (subclass 020)
- Bridging visa C – BVC – (subclass 030)
- Bridging visa E – BVE – (subclass 050 and 051)
Cancelled visa due to concerns about your character
You are permanently excluded from being granted most visa types except for a Protection visa (subclass 866).
Refused visa Due to Concerns about Your Character
If your visa was refused while you are in Australia, you can only apply for a Protection visa (subclass 866).
Criminal Justice Entry Visas
If you have a Criminal Justice Entry visa, or you were in Australia after we cancelled your Criminal Justice Entry visa, the only visa you can apply for is Protection visa (subclass 866).
Refused a Protection Visa
You can’t apply for a Protection visa again if, since you last entered Australia and you were refused a Protection visa. You can only make an application for another Protection visa if the Minister decides it is in the public interest for you to submit a further application.