You can provide more information to us, in writing, at any time until a decision is made on the application. If you want to correct information you have previously provided, use:
Form 1023 - Notification of incorrect answer(s) (99 kB PDF).
We could also ask you for more information. You will have to respond by a set date. After that date, we can make a decision about your application using the information that we have.
If another person gives us information that could result in you being refused a visa, we will usually give you the opportunity to comment on the information.
You might also be interviewed. If you are asked to attend an interview in person, bring your passport or other identification and any requested documents to the interview.
The letter will also tell you information regarding your entitlements and settlement assistance to which you might be entitled, including the
Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP).
There is also more information about
Living in Australia and the
Life in Australia book.
If you are interviewed, give all the information needed to make a decision about your visa application. We will provide you with an interpreter at the interview if you need one. Your friend, relative or migration agent can also attend the interview with you.
If you do not attend an interview that we have asked for, your Protection visa application can be decided on the information available to your decision-maker at the time.