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  1. Hi Mai, Apologies for the late reply! I rarely open this website. I would like to tell you about my experiences in detail, but for some reason, I can't message you personally. Would you be able to message me? Also, are you based in Sydney? If yes, I don't mind meeting you if I can help in any way. Thanks.
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    Advise needed regarding 3 year ban

    Hi Raisa, yes of course, I would be happy to help. As mentioned by other members above, it is best to ask advice from a professional migration agent. But, I will let you know about my experiences and the advice that I received from my agent.
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    Advise needed regarding 3 year ban

    Hi Darren, I had the same problems as you back in January 2018. I overstayed and was issued a BVE with a 3 year reentry ban. I managed to get it waive after 2 months waiting period, and was granted a new student visa in March 2018. Message me if you have any questions, I might be able to help with some advices. All the best!
  4. Hi everyone, I once overstayed my student visa in Sydney for 6 months due to pure carelessness, I have forgotten to renew my student visa when I transferred universities. Once I realised this, I immediately went to Immigration and they issued me a Bridging Visa E(BVE). So I went back to my country, applied for a new student visa, and tried my best to waive my 3 year re-entry ban. I wrote a statement letter to Department of Home affairs stating the reason why I overstayed and left my visa to expire. Miraculously, my student visa was granted after 2 months of waiting. So I was allowed to go back to Australia to continue my studies. So I am now back in sydney to finish my degree. I have 2 more semesters left, and I am planning to apply for a temporary graduate visa after I complete my degree. Under normal condition, I know that this visa should not be difficult to obtain. However, with my history of bridging visa E, what are the chances of a TR visa to be granted? Would it be possible that they will refuse due to my previous history? Will BVE history affect my chances of obtaining a permanent resident too? Many thanks.
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