NSW What happens with my visa after I withdrawn my visa?

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  1. Uka

    Uka Active Member

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    Hi. I applied protection visa onshore many years ago. My case is now in full federal court. I want to withdraw my application and go back to my country. What is going to happen with my visa after I withdraw my application? Does my bridging visa will cancelled straight away and I become illegal? Or does immigration give me 28 days notice to leave this country? Please, help

    In the past every time my applications get refused I get 28 days to appeal for next level.
    But this time I don’t know what’s going to happen after I request to withdraw courts case? Please, advice. Many thanks
     
  2. Kon-ming Tsai

    Kon-ming Tsai Active Member

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    Hi Uka

    You will need to notify the FCA by completing certain form that you wish to withdraw your appeal application. The Dept will then be notified and you will have to leave the country or you will become an unlawful non-citizen. If your BV is cancelled, you may apply for a BVE to allow you to depart the country.
     
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