Does a 3-year re-entry ban mean I can’t get a visa to go back to Australia?
Many feel like the route back to Australia has been cut off to them forever but in fact, they still have options to apply for a visa for Australia.
Unfortunately, there’s no getting rid of them once they are applied by the Australian government, so simple first step, please, please don’t overstay your temporary visa in Australia.
If you can help it and most times you can by being aware of when your visa is going to expire and taking steps to submit an application for a new visa if you want to stay before the expiry date.
Also, don’t leave it until the last minute to do something. At the last minute, the universe can plot against you. Your internet connection will break down, your credit card will be declined and so on. Prepare and submit a new application early if its possible.
If not, make plans to get out of Australia. If you get out of Australia after your visa expires, the re-entry ban will be applied automatically.
Now here’s the good news . . .
You still have Australian visa options if you are interested in pursuing a permanent residency visa and of course, you are eligible. Skilled migration visas are the category to look at.
Check out my new video where I talk about what you can and can’t do when you have a re-entry ban in place.
Hope you find the video helpful, if so, please like it and share it with your friends. I would really appreciate.
I would love to hear from you. Have you been on the receiving end of a re-entry ban? Did it spoil your experience of Australia, would you go back?
Please share your thoughts, stories, and ideas in the comment section.
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