What Are The Consequences of Australia Visa Overstay?
Did the case of Australia visa overstay happen to you?
A visa is a condition that is commonly required when entering a country.
There are many types of visas that can be used to come to Australia.
Through a visa, you can visit, work, or get an education in Australia.
In every visa application or when the visa is granted,
of course there are rules that must be obeyed by each visa owner depending on what visa you have.
As with most visitor visas, there are rules, and these are:
- No work
- No further stay, meaning you cannot stay in Australia beyond the prescribed time limit.
How important is it to comply with the conditions listed on the visa?
What happens if you are intentionally or not, violating the rules stated on the visa and made yourself as an Australia visa overstay perpetrator?
As a good citizen, you of course must understand what conditions are included in the visa and try as much as possible not to break it.
Just as you violate traffic rules, or like you have an accident, of course the local police will identify the chronology of the incident.
Similarly, if you violate visa conditions, the Department of Home Affairs will follow up on the Australia visa overstay case.
For example, when someone reports that you have broken the rules for the stay of a visa visitor, or when someone reports that you have committed a criminal act.
Then the DHA will come to interview you.
In line with the interview, you will receive several notification emails and will also get a Notice of Intent to Consider Cancellation.
You are then allowed to explain your condition when violating the rules on the visa and explain.
If the visa is canceled when you are in Australia, then you will certainly be an unlawful citizen.
In addition, you will also get a Bridging Visa E.
This will certainly affect your eligibility process to apply for another visa.
Just in case if one day you want to become a permanent resident become or an Australian citizen,
If you apply for another visa, your Bridging Visa A will be canceled as well.
If you leave the country, you may have difficulty getting a visa later, because there may be a re-entry ban imposed on you.
Similarly, what happens in conditions where you stay beyond the prescribed time limit is called overstayed.
If you do this, you are likely to be deported or have been banned from re-entering Australia for 3 years.
Not only that, if you apply for another visa in the future, the opportunity to be refused is also high.
So, if you have a partner or family in Australia. A 3-year ban on entering Australia must be avoided.
What Next To Avoid The Consequences of Australia Visa Overstay?
We understand that there are several circumstances where you may violate the conditions on your visa.
You may forget the date your visa expires, it maybe also because of the natural conditions that hinder your flight,
or there may be other personal interests that require you to stay longer in Australia.
If you have overstayed your Australian Visa, and want to apply for a visa back to Australia, we recommend using a professional and trusted migration agent.
Using an migration agent services is the best way to avoid rejection of the visa and further diminishes your chance to migrate to Australia.
ONE derland Consulting has extensive experience when dealing with cases of visa violations.
Indah Melindasari as our professional migration agent, is also very experienced in dealing with overstay cases.
Indah is also a migration agent who is registered with the Australian Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) with number 0961448.
We are regulated in our professional practice and are bound by the profession’s Code of Conduct issued by the Migration Agents Registration Authority.
We understand that applying for a visa to Australia is certainly very complex.
Indah Melindasari and the team at ONE derland Consulting will help you to understand what you have to do and also provide the best options for applying for your visa.
ONE derland consulting will take the time and compile all documents needed and guarantee that your application is 100% ready before submitting, ensuring a positive outcome for your visa application.
Our Principal Migration Agent, Indah Melindasari, is a registered agent with Australian Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA), MARN: 0961448.
Mrs. Indah has been in this profession since 2009 and will be able to help tailor your migration plan to Australia based on your background and current and future circumstances.