All your children’s details must be included in any Visitor’s or Tourist visa application to Australia

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All your children’s details must be included in any Visitor’s or Tourist visa application to Australia


 

All your children’s details must be included in any Visitor’s or Tourist visa application to Australia from the Philippines, otherwise, face a ‘very difficult and expensive’permanent visa application process in the future.

It is becoming very disturbing to find so many Filipino applicants that approach us for further assistance in their permanent visa applications to Australia from the Philippines are actually not including their children’s details on their earlier Visitors or Tourist visa application when they decide to travel to Australia initially.

I do acknowledge that a majority of these incidences are ‘not completely the fault for the Filipino applicant themselves’ but are a result of ‘engaging other third parties’ assisting the Filipino applicant.

However, the department of immigration and border protection is not concerned about this and are only interested in protecting their visa application processes and its integrity systems. In fact it is a known fact that in the application form itself a message is written by the department of immigration that the Filipino applicant is ‘totally responsible for all the information and documents’ provided to the department of immigration.

• So, why am I having another ‘heart attack’ in this BLOG?

Yep, you guessed it… the dreaded Public Interest Criteria or PIC 4020.

Providing‘false and or misleading information or BOGUS documents’ to the department of immigration of Australia and their ‘dire consequences to Filipino applicants’ that make ‘further permanent visa applications in the future’ and also ‘risking their ability to secure their citizenship’ at the end of the application process.

The department of immigration from Australia are serious about this public interest policy position and are ‘enforcing it vigorously’.

There are remedies and solutions for these types of situations and ‘they need to be address sooner rather than later’ and this is why we need to clear a date and a time to discuss and ensure that you have not ‘accidently and or innocently’ submitted any potential PIC 4020 that the department of immigration may use against you in any future permanent visa application to Australia.

Just log on at www.respall.com and enter your details in the Partner Visa portion of our homepage and we will organise to call you either through SKYPE, VIBER or FACEBOOK and clear a date and time to discuss your smooth and seamless permanent visa application in the future to AVOID the MIGRATION MINEFIELD and Safely Migrate to Australia from the Philippines.

February 08, 2016