I am a delegated decision maker under section 65 of the Migration Act 1958 (the Act). In
reaching my decision, I have considered relevant legislation contained in the Act and the
Migration Regulations 1994 and information contained in the department’s policy guidelines
Procedures Advice Manual 3.
Under the migration law, a visa cannot be granted unless the applicant meets the relevant
legal requirements that are specified in the Act and the Regulations. Your application has
been considered against the criteria for a subclass 600 visa in the Visitor visa class.
As you do not meet one or more clauses in Schedule 2 of the Regulations, I find that you do
not meet the criteria for the grant of a subclass 600 visa in the Visitor visa class. Therefore, I
refuse your application for a Visitor visa.
Reasons for decision
You did not satisfy Subclause 600.211 of the Migration Regulations 1994, which reads that:
The applicant genuinely intends to stay temporarily in Australia for the purpose for which the
visa is granted, having regard to:
(a) whether the applicant has complied substantially with the conditions to which the last
substantive visa, or any subsequent bridging visa, held by the applicant was subject; and
(b) whether the applicant intends to comply with the conditions to which the Subclass 600
visa would be subject; and
(c) any other relevant matter.
Under policy when considering “any other relevant matter”, decision makers may take
into account a wide range of considerations to determine whether an applicant genuinely
intends a temporary stay in Australia. This may include, but is not limited to, the applicant’s
employment, economic and family circumstances, their credibility, the claimed purpose and
period of stay, and the applicant’s previous travel history.
In assessing these criteria I have taken into account the information provided in your visa
application form and the supporting documents provided. On balance, I find that you have
not demonstrated sufficiently strong employment, economic, family or other commitments in
China that would be sufficient incentive for you to return to China.
More specifically, I have considered your economic circumstances and note that you have
provided some evidence of your financial standing, however the amounts/assets cannot be
considered significant in the context of overall economic/employment conditions and cost of
living in China. As such, I do not consider that you have strong economic incentives to return
China at the end of your proposed stay in Australia.
In light of the above considerations, I am not satisfied that you genuinely intend to stay
temporarily in Australia for the purpose you have stated, and therefore find that you do not
satisfy Subclause 600.211 of the Migration Regulations 1994.
The attached decision record provides detailed information about this decision as it applies to
There is no right of merits review for this decision.
As this letter was sent to you by email, you are taken to have received it at the end of the day
it was transmitted.
Questions about this decision
We cannot consider your visa application any further.
二签别乱七八糟添加无用的资料，你需要好好关注的是拒信里签证官给出的拒签理由。注意这段：More specifically, I have considered your economic circumstances and note that you have provided some evidence of your financial standing, however the amounts/assets cannot be considered significant in the context of overall economic/employment conditions and cost of living in China. As such, I do not consider that you have strong economic incentives to return China at the end of your proposed stay in Australia. 签证官认为你提供的银行流水余额/资产，不足以显示你有良好的经济/雇佣条件以支撑在中国的花销，所以签证官不认为你旅行结束后会返回中国，有滞留风险。二签改进这一点就可以了。
这家签证OK https://z.qyer.com/deal/138173/ 速度快，资料少。