Is it true that the visa for Australia rejected If you have a recently done tattoo?
I was about to get a business visa for Ausi. But my friends made me scare that they will reject my application for visa due to my tattoos (unfortunately I had to drop that onsite training plan). But still that question exist on my mind. Anybody knows about it?
ive heard of this... this is terrible what a stupid reason im sorry to hear that happend
While applying for the Visa to Australia there was not such a question, if you have a Tattoo or not. Therefore it is not relevant if you have a Tattoo or not. Even if you have one and there would be such a rule, there is no control, which will grant or reject you because you have a Tattoo.
Where did you get this idea from?
If you are trying to immigrate to Australia (move there permanently) and you are very heavily tattooed or they suspect that you got tattooed under unsafe conditions, you could be required to get a hepatitis blood test.
But there should be no reasons to be restricted for body art on a temporary visa. I suggest you do your own research in the future (the Australian government has all their visa and travel regulations online) and not rely so much on vague statements from your friends.
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