Someone I know got her 457 visa sponsorship rejected back in 2017 due to insufficient document to prove the job position

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Customer: Someone I know got her 457 visa sponsorship rejected back in 2017 due to insufficient document to prove the job position is genuine. When challenged at Administrative Appeal Tribunal, AAT, they stayed affirmed with the decision. After that the case was presented at Federal Court but then she decided to withdraw it. While leaving Australia in 2018 she and her husband received re-entry ban marks on their passport for 3 years. I have the following questions and I will appreciate straight-forward answers.1. If she applies again for Australian permanent residency visa again from offshore how likely it will be rejected? If chance of rejection is "high" then she will prefer applying in another country.
2. Do the Australian immigration check past immigration record when applying with a fresh application?
3. As mentioned her husband also received re-entry ban for 3 years, considering that if he is the primary applicant will it help since he did not applied for permanent residency visa in the past.
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Hi, I’m John, solicitor, and reviewing your post, and may need to ask a few questions a long the way to assist you.

In relation to your matter, was there any form of correspondence between the parties in written form additionally to what you have told me already.

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but I do not have the exact details with me. But yes please go ahead with the questions. Thanks.
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Concerning your important comments, what is the outcome you would like to see result.

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the goal is to understand whether it will be a good idea to attempt immigrating in australia again or should she look for other options. Because if the visa gets rejected again that will both financial and time waste.
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i would like to have a rough idea as in what % of change someone with this background and actually re-enter australia with a permanent residency visa.
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can*
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John Melis, Expert

Yes you should reapply, but only after the pandemic has reduced and all borders are open again

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right ofcourse. but can you give a confidence score out of 0 to 10 how likely it will be accepted?
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after pandemic crisis as ceased between 5 and 10

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that's good to know. so the past issue with 457 visa and re-entry ban will not have much affect?
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John Melis, Expert

it will be consider but not a major issue

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makes sense. thanks.
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