Australian Student visa (Subclass 500) Rejection Reasons

Rejection Reasons for Australian Student visa Subclass 500.

Not all Student Visa applications are accepted, and according to the AAT, the most common reason for a refusal appears to be that the Department of Home Affairs believes that the applicant did not genuinely intend to stay temporarily in Australia.

Some common reasons for student visa rejection are:

    • The visa applicant did not prove that they had sufficient funds genuinely available to cover living costs.
    • The visa applicant did not provide enough evidence to demonstrate why they could not get a job in their own country, and why they needed to study in Australia.
    • The visa applicant did not prove that they really knew what the course was about.
    • The visa applicant did not prove that they really intended to return home after the course ended.
    • The visa applicant provided fake documents.
    • The course being applied for had no relevance to the applicants history.
    • The visa applicant had insufficient English ability.
    • The visa applicant had a criminal record.
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The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
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