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Xxaz

457 to 186 refusal , apply for appeal , move to new company

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Hi everyone, i wonder if anyone on the similar situation as mine and if can give me a piece of advice or knowledge. i know there's a lot of mistake that has happen during my application but im looking for a solution or advice if you could share your info. I've believe most people in this forum have been through the stress and pressure with this australia immigration thingy 😞 Thank you

Background :

I had been worked for the same company over 7 year in total ,(3 year using student visa + 4 year under 457 visa )

on 2017 -  my lawyer apply for my 186 visa with an explanation my company (*ABC) is changing to another business model (*XYZ), but my immigration lawyer didnt apply a 457 transfer from ABC to XYZ for me, which result into  186 refusal on May 2018 because my company change their business model and using different name and ABN. So immigration cant find any connection between those 2 company and the new company is not making profit.

I apply for AAT on June 2018 , with a letter from my manager explaining both company is connected and the reason why the new company is not yet making profit and providing the projection the profit the company will be making in the future.

Now, my 457 has been expired (June 2019) and im holding bridging visa A. 

August 2019, i start a new job in new company with my bridging visa A.

I still havent hear anything from my ATT application which i have apply on June 2018.

im not using any migration agent anynore for my AAT Case.

did anyone got their AAT approve after their change to another company?

as I'm not working on the company i apply for the appeal meaning i dont have any hope any more for my appeal case?

Do i need to notify AAT or immigration that i change to new company?

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I don't see how you have grounds for an appeal.  Immigration did not make a mistake. Your lawyer made the mistake.  


Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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19 hours ago, Xxaz said:

Hi everyone, i wonder if anyone on the similar situation as mine and if can give me a piece of advice or knowledge. i know there's a lot of mistake that has happen during my application but im looking for a solution or advice if you could share your info. I've believe most people in this forum have been through the stress and pressure with this australia immigration thingy 😞 Thank you

Background :

I had been worked for the same company over 7 year in total ,(3 year using student visa + 4 year under 457 visa )

on 2017 -  my lawyer apply for my 186 visa with an explanation my company (*ABC) is changing to another business model (*XYZ), but my immigration lawyer didnt apply a 457 transfer from ABC to XYZ for me, which result into  186 refusal on May 2018 because my company change their business model and using different name and ABN. So immigration cant find any connection between those 2 company and the new company is not making profit.

I apply for AAT on June 2018 , with a letter from my manager explaining both company is connected and the reason why the new company is not yet making profit and providing the projection the profit the company will be making in the future.

Now, my 457 has been expired (June 2019) and im holding bridging visa A. 

August 2019, i start a new job in new company with my bridging visa A.

I still havent hear anything from my ATT application which i have apply on June 2018.

im not using any migration agent anynore for my AAT Case.

did anyone got their AAT approve after their change to another company?

as I'm not working on the company i apply for the appeal meaning i dont have any hope any more for my appeal case?

Do i need to notify AAT or immigration that i change to new company?

This is not a simple matter and you would be well advised to seek professional advice.


Raul T Senise

Registered Migration Agent

MARN 0636699

www.ozimmigration.com

"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."

 

 

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