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WHO CAN COME TO THE CONSULTATION WITH ME?

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Our accredited specialist team of Registered Migration Agents welcome anyone to the consultation that may help answer any questions we have. We have had many family, friends and translators join in consultations with clients to ensure that you obtain the most you can from the consultation and have peace of mind once the consultation is complete. If you have any questions regarding who you would like to bring along to a consultation, please don’t hesitate to ask our friendly team.

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WHAT METHODS OF CONSULTATION DO YOU OFFER?

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Ferguson Migration & Education understand that not everyone can travel and may have work or life commitments that need attending to. We can organise face to face meetings, phone or skype consultations or even provide you with advice via email. There are plenty of methods we can use to provide you with the best options and ensure you start your Australian visa application successfully.

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ARE YOU A NEW ZEALAND CITIZEN?

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As a New Zealand citizen your eligibility for Australian citizenship depends on whether you arrived in Australia before or after 26 February 2001. Once you have arrived in Australia, most New Zealand citizens are automatically granted a Special Category visa (SCV). An SCV is a temporary visa, but it allows the holder to work and remain in Australia. If you were present in Australia on 26 February 2001 as the holder of an SCV, you might be eligible to apply for Australian citizenship. Our Registered Migration Agents have helped many New Zealand citizens apply and successfully gain Australian Citizenship. Contact us [...]

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WHEN I BECOME AN AUSTRALIAN CITIZEN, WILL I LOSE ANY OTHER CITIZENSHIP?

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It is possible to hold citizenship of two or more countries if the law of those countries allows. This is known as dual, or multiple, citizenship. People can become dual citizens automatically, or after being granted citizenship of another country. For example, an Australian citizen may automatically gain citizenship of another country through marriage, while a permanent resident of Australia may become a dual citizen by becoming an Australian citizen.

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WHAT IF MY VISA APPLICATION IS REFUSED OR MY VISA IS CANCELLED?

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If your visa is refused or cancelled, you might be able to have the decision reviewed by a merits review tribunal, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Not all decisions are reviewable by the AAT. For example, if the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection personally decides to refuse or cancel your visa under section 501 of the Migration Act 1958, you cannot apply to have a decision reviewed by the AAT.

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WHAT ARE THE LIKELY REASONS THAT MY APPLICATION MIGHT BE REFUSED?

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Generally speaking, the main reason that visa applications are refused is due to applicants submitting the application with incomplete information. This is where using a professional service and Registered Migration Agent (such as Visa Australia) can save you time and money by ensuring all your information lodged with your application is correct. There are many other reasons why Australian visa applications get refused including: providing false and incorrect information; missing proof of financial information; nominating the wrong occupation from the Skilled Occupations List (SOL); using a tourist visa to visit relatives or partners; not meeting the strict health requirements that Australia [...]

WHAT ARE THE LIKELY REASONS THAT MY APPLICATION MIGHT BE REFUSED?2018-08-23T20:53:01+00:00

CAN MY VISA APPLICATION BE CANCELLED, REFUSED OR DENIED?

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Yes – your visa application can be refused and cancelled. If your visa is refused or cancelled, you may be able to have the decision reviewed by a merits review tribunal, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Our migration lawyers have in depth experienced dealing with visa refusals and cancellations and can represent you throughout the review at the Administration Appeals Tribunal.

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WHAT IS AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)?

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An expression of interest (EOI) is a way of showing your interest in applying for a skilled visa to immigrate to Australia. It is an online form in SkillSelect which asks a series of questions about your skills depending on the visa subclass that you are selecting to apply for. The EOI is used to calculate your ability to meet the points test for certain skilled visas. It is available for Employers and State/Territory Government agencies should you like to be considered for a sponsored skilled visa.

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