Migration Review Tribunal

Visa Refusal based on Genuineness

The Applicant lodged a protection visa, although he had already met the Sponsor. The Applicant and Sponsor then married, and after this the Applicant’s protection visa was refused. The Applicant then lodged an application for a Partner visa on the grounds of being in a spousal relationship with an Australian citizen. The Department refused to

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Sponsorship Limitations and Compelling Circumstances

The issue in this matter was that the Sponsor was attempting to sponsor his third partner there is a sponsorship limitation. The Sponsor had previously sponsored his first partner who was granted a Spouse visa. However, they later separated after having relationship problems and they eventually divorced. They had two children together during their marriage.

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Carer Visas: When Assistance Cannot be Provided by Welfare, Hospital, Nursing or Community Services

The applicant in this case was seeking to satisfy the criteria for the grant of a Subclass 836 (Carer) visa. The delegate had refused to grant the visa on the basis that one of the criteria was not met; whether the sponsor was a settled resident at the time of lodgement. Therefore Immigration Solutions Lawyers

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Review of a Cancellation of a Subclass 572 Visa

The applicant was granted a Subclass 572 visa, a Vocational Education and Training Sector visa, subject to condition 8202. This condition requires that the applicant; be enrolled in a registered course, have not been certified by their education provider as not achieving satisfactory course progress as specified, and have not been certified by their education

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