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Consequences of letting your visa expire while you are in Australia

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If someone stays in Australia even after their visa has expired, they become an unlawful non-citizen and can be deported from Australia. In some cases, this can attract a three-year ban from being granted another Australian visa.

If you remained in Australia illegally for more than 28 days, any future application for an Australian visa will be subject to an exclusion period. 

Highlights

  • Any non-citizen in Australia is required to have a valid visa.
  • People overstaying their visa become unlawful non-citizens and can be detained and deported from Australia. 
  • If someone overstays their visa by more than 28 days, they may face a three-year exclusion period.

 

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