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If someone is leaving in Australia and their Visa got rejected just because someone complained about them in embassy What will be the solution to apply for the Visa again

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    Is the "someone" an Australian citizen? Which country's visa are you talking about? Please give more details or your question is unanswerable. – Henning Makholm May 8 at 15:44
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Visa officials in countries like Australia don't change their decision just because somebody complains about an applicant.

They might change their decision if somebody gives them information about the applicant, new information they did not have before. But only if the information checks out, not if somebody makes wild, unsubstantiated claims. So if the information caused the visa officials to cancel a visa, they probably believe that the applicant lied to them.

So, was the application truthful?

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