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I have an issue here whereby I came in on student visa 2010 and was later joined by my wife and a child. I happen to have declared only these two people and we have done our studies I completed mine and my wife went on with studying and now she has been invited to apply for visa 190. There is information to add family members and I have three other children from my earlier relationship who had not been declared in my visa application and her subsequent three more student visa application not for malice but we thought it would be costly to include all the children we let them stay back home. However she now declared them in her 485 as non-accompanying and two of them are studying in Australia, is there any reason to worry about PIC 4020? And if there is what does it mean that PIC looks at the visa you held in the last 12 months. The last 12 months would also mean the visa you have been granted a month ago?

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I have an issue here whereby I came in on student visa 2010 and was later joined by my wife and a child. I happen to have declared only these two people and we have done our studies I completed mine and my wife went on with studying and now she has been invited to apply for visa 190. There is information to add family members and I have three other children from my earlier relationship who had not been declared in my visa application and her subsequent three more student visa application not for malice but we thought it would be costly to include all the children we let them stay back home. However she now declared them in her 485 as non-accompanying and two of them are studying in Australia, is there any reason to worry about PIC 4020? And if there is what does it mean that PIC looks at the visa you held in the last 12 months. The last 12 months would also mean the visa you have been granted a month ago?

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You should see an Immigration lawyer regarding this.
 
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