RRV Case Study 04 Subclass 155

Visa Type
RRV – Resident Return Visa

Decision Date
12 Aug 2017

Case Characteristics
Second application for RRV (Resident Return Visa), but resided for only 13 days within the past 5 years. Previously rejected once.

Case Summary

The client had previously applied for and held an RRV (Resident Return Visa) but later went overseas for development. When preparing for the second RRV application, the calculation revealed only 13 days of residence in Australia within the last 5 years. The client’s self-application was rejected. After taking on the case, we carefully analyzed the client’s situation, examined the rejection letter from the immigration department, and, considering the client’s actual circumstances, prepared ample evidence, successfully securing visas for the entire family.