Consequence of Bogus False Documents for Australian Visa
The consequence of Bogus or False Documents for Australian Visa
Ever thinking of submitting bogus or false documents for Australian Visa application?
The study that the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) will undertake on your Australian Visa application is complete and comprehensive.
And should you submit bogus or false documents for Australian visa application, it is extremely likely that the Case Officer will be able to determine if your submissions are fraudulent.
By submitting fraudulent documents with your Australian Visa application, your Australia visa application may be refused.
If a member of your family has made a visa application to come to Australia and submitted false documentation, it could also affect your Australian visa application.
If you present fraudulent documentation to your application, your family members who wish to apply for a visa may also have their visa affected because of your actions.
If you have any family dependents listed on your application containing misleading information and fraudulent documents and your visa has been refused, your dependents will not be granted entry to Australia.
If you provide false or misleading documents with your Australian visa application for Australia, you may also have a ban placed upon preventing you from being granted an Australian visa for three years.
If you have a current visa and you are found to have lodged false or misleading documentation to the Department of Home Affairs, the department may cancel your visa requiring you to leave Australia and if you are permitted to, apply for a new visa from offshore.
If the Department of Home Affairs believes you have submitted false documents with your application, they will then notify you of their findings and require you to make comments on the false documentation within a specific period (generally 28 days).
If false documents are found and your arguments for submitting these false documents are deemed to be invalid, you may be given the option to appeal the decision via the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT).
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