I was here on this site hoping someone could give me advices and what to do next after my tourist visa refusal..
I apply my first tourist visa subclass 600 last december 2017 and it was good.. they give me multiple entry for one year..
Every 3months i exit australia bcoz it saids there that need to exit every 3months.. i comply all of it.. i did not over stay..
When i apply for subclass 600 visa again ..i got refused..
This is there findings:
On the basis of all the information available to me, including the documents and information
the applicant provided, I find that the criteria for the grant of a Visitor (Tourist) visa in the
Tourist stream are not satisfied.
I have assessed the application and the reasons for my decision are detailed below.
An application for a Visitor (Tourist) visa in the Tourist stream has been made by the
A visa cannot be granted unless the relevant criteria specified in the Migration Act and the
Migration Regulations are satisfied.
In this case, I am not satisfied that clause 600.211 in Schedule 2 of the Migration
Regulations is satisfied. This clause provides that:
The applicant genuinely intends to stay temporarily in Australia for the purpose for which the visa is
granted, having regard to:
(a) whether the applicant has complied substantially with the conditions to which the last
substantive visa, or any subsequent bridging visa, held by the applicant was subject; and
(b) whether the applicant intends to comply with the conditions to which the Subclass 600
visa would be subject; and
(c) any other relevant matter.
In assessing whether or not the applicant genuinely intends to stay temporarily in Australia,
I have taken into account information provided in the application, the applicant's immigration
history and compliance with previous visas. I have also taken into consideration any
supporting documents as well as the applicant's personal circumstances, commitments, and
incentive to return to their country of residence.
My decision is based on the following factors
Systems check show that since 17 December 2017, the applicant has spent an accumulated
stay of 264 days in Australia. I also note the applicant last departed Australia on 10
November 2018 and has now re-applied to re-enter Australia for a stay of up to 6 months.
I have concerns as to how often the applicant is visiting Australia and the length of each
stay in Australia. In assessing whether the applicant meets the genuine temporary stay
requirement I place significant weight on the applicant’s travel history. Per policy, a visitor
would be expected to spend at least as much time out of Australia as in Australia. Based
on the applicant’s known travel history, I find I cannot be satisfied the applicant meets the
genuine temporary stay requirement. Although I acknowledge that the applicant have
complied with the conditions of the visas previously granted, I am not satisfied that the
applicant does not intend to continue to spend the majority of her time residing in Australia.
Therefore, I am not satisfied that the applicant is a genuine visitor.
I am not satisfied that the applicant’s personal circumstances support her claims that she
intends to temporarily stay in Australia as a visitor. Therefore, I find that she does not meet
After considering the information provided, I am not satisfied that the applicant genuinely
intends to stay temporarily in Australia for the purposes set out above.
Therefore, I am not satisfied that the applicant meets the relevant criteria in clause 600.211
in Schedule 2 of the Migration Regulations.
As clause 600.211 is not satisfied, I find the criteria for the grant of a Visitor (Tourist) visa in
the Tourist stream are not satisfied. Therefore, I refuse the application by the applicant for a
Visitor (Tourist) visa in the Tourist stream.
Position Number: 60081921
Department of Home Affairs
04 March 2019
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