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  1. Hi thanks for replying i didn't say my boss was going to lie. he can say i don't work there anymore and give reasons but I agree with you guys thank you
  2. Hi everyone Hope you are going well and safe I wish you guys can help me I've applied for my 186 visa on 27 oct 2017 then on June 2018 the nomination as well as my application got refuse, applied for merits review at AAT and since then I am on bridging visa waiting for the decision. My question is: it’s been more than 2 years than I am working for this company but I now I have to leave for personal reasons. My boss has agreed with that and said even I leaving the job he’s willing to appear at the hearing when the times comes. Is there any chance that the tribunal could refuse my nomination if I am not working at the company any more even having my 2 years employment contract? Thank you all
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    AAT appeal for 186 nomination refusal

    Hi you need to get a letter from AAT stating that you are still waiting for their decision and take it to Centrelink along other documents so they will likely renew your medicare for 3 months
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    AAT appeal for 186 nomination refusal

    Hey Guys thanks for this forum! It’s “good” to know that others people are in the same situation so we can help each other. I've applied for my AAT appeal on June 2018 and since then nothing hear from them. I know it’s how AAT works but it’s really frustrating living this on this waiting, in this meanwhile I am facing a lot of mental issues, going to psychologists to treat my anxiety, it’s been a nightmare not being able to plan to much my future. I won’t lose my faith! Peace out
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