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Visa cancellation
Non-disclosure certificate issued under s 375A Section 375A certificate is a power under section 375A of the Migration Act 1958 given to the Minister or delegate for Immigration to place restrictions on material or information given to the AAT by the Department. The power under section 375A allows the Minister by certifying, in writing, that...
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Visa condition 8539 or condition 8549 requires you to live, study or work in a specified area Condition 8539 & condition 8549 – if either of these visa conditions is attached to your visa and you (as a primary or secondary visa applicant) holds a Subclass 489, while you are in Australia, you must live,...
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Australian citizenship and character requirements
If your visa has been cancelled or expired you may be detained pending removal and deportation from Australia Removal and deportation from Australia of non-citizens who do not have a valid visa to enter or remain in Australia has serious consequences. If your visa has been cancelled or your visa has expired will cause you...
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Applying to be a Subclass 482 Standard Business Sponsor
Paying for visa sponsorship can result in your visa cancellation Paying for visa sponsorship can result in your visa cancellation if the Department come to know that you have paid someone to sponsor you for a, for e.g., Subclass 482 visa (click here to learn more about TSS 482 visa) or a Partner visa (click...
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If you have been sentenced to 12 months or more imprisonment, your visa will be cancelled Permanent residence visa cancellation – the Department has the power to cancel a permanent residence visa (click here to learn more about Subclass 155 RRV) for a number of reasons. Permanent residence visa cancellation can be mandatory or “automatic”...
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Giving of fake document or false or misleading information will affect your visa application PIC 4020 false or misleading information or bogus document: PIC 4020 is an integrity Public Interest Criteria or PIC. PIC 4020 is normally a requirement for the grant of most visas. If you or your representative or agent have provided a...
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Your temporary or permanent visa can be cancelled while you away from Australia Section 128 visa cancellation without notice while you are outside Australia means that if the Minister is satisfied that there is a ground for cancelling your visa under section 116, the Minister may cancel your visa without notifying you while you are...
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You visa may be cancelled if you are found to have provided an incorrect answer in your past visa application or incoming passenger card Section 109 incorrect answers visa cancellation – as a visa holder you must not provide an incorrect answer when completing a visa application or incoming passenger card even (s 98). This...
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Decision-maker has a duty to make inquiries before cancelling or refusing you a visa Visa cancelled visa refused – before the Department or AAT make an adverse decision, they have a duty to conduct a proper assessment and/or a duty to seek information and/or a duty to make obvious inquire about a critical fact that...
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Australian citizenship and character requirements
If you are unable to satisfy the character test, your visa may be cancelled or refused. Visa cancellation on character grounds under section 501(2) – tips on how to avoid visa cancellation. In MIBP v Stretton [2016] FCAFC 11, Griffiths J summarised 5 features of the Minister’s cancellation on character grounds under under s 501(2)...
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