Resident Return Visa

Substantial employment and personal ties to Australia

The applicant was refused a resident return visa as he had spent only 20 days in total in Australia in the previous 5 years. We argued that the applicant had substantial employment and personal ties with Australia which are of benefit to Australia. In particular, we emphasised his involvement as a consultant with Sydney Water

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The Importance of Understanding the Criteria for Resident Return Visas.

Relevance of a Substantial Ties Submission. Only Australian Citizens can travel to and from Australia freely. Whilst Australian Permanent Residents can stay in Australia indefinitely, if they choose to travel, it is important that they are aware of their travel facility. When a person is granted any Australian permanent residence visa, they usually have a

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The Importance of Establishing Ties to Australia for a Resident Return Visa

The Resident Return visa allows Australian Permanent Residents, former Permanent Residents and former Australian Citizens travel facilities to and from Australia while retaining or regaining Permanent Residency status. There are large ramifications in the case of a Resident Return visa not being held by a permanent resident on return to Australia. Engaging the professionals at

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The Importance of Meeting the Criteria in your Application for a Resident Return (subclass) 155 Visa

When applying for your Resident Return (subclass 155) Visa, there are a number of different criteria that you must meet to pursue a successful outcome. Immigration Solutions Lawyers are able to assist you to increase your prospects of a successful Resident Return (subclass 155) Visa application. The Resident Return (subclass 155) Visa allows Australian Permanent

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