Former Wallabies star Quade Cooper says his software for Australian citizenship has been repeatedly knocked again regardless of enjoying 70 Assessments.
Born in Auckland, Cooper moved to Australia along with his household aged 13 though he nonetheless holds New Zealand citizenship.
The 33-year-old performed for the Wallabies from 2008-2017, together with at two World Cups however it did not look like sufficient to fulfill authorities officers.
“Awkward second @ausgov refuse your citizenship purposes (once more)!” Cooper tweeted on Tuesday.
“Sporting the inexperienced and gold 70 instances apparently will not be sufficient nowadays.”
In a screenshot of his software it mentioned Cooper had not supplied proof to fulfill the particular residency necessities, which refers to “individuals participating in actions of profit to Australia” and “individuals engaged particularly sorts of labor requiring common journey outdoors of Australia”.
After enjoying for Queensland and Melbourne in Tremendous Rugby, Cooper presently represents Japanese aspect Kintetsu Liners.