While there is a petition out to get Kim Kardashian off television it seems Australia may go a step further: it may become Kim Kardashian-free.

Several media outlets are reporting that Kim Kardashian has been placed on an Australian Immigration Department watch list for allegedly breaching her visa application three times.

Fox News is reporting that Kim Kardashian allegedly pretended to be a tourist on a recent visit down under.

Kim Kardashian was recently in Australia to launch her handbag line. The reality TV star also made in-store appearances that were advertised. These business ventures came at a time when Kim Kardashian announced her divorce from Kris Humphries, which was highly publicized by the media.

Reports are that the trip led to the department conducting a review of her past trips.

Fox News reported that a subsequent investigation has found that two of Kim Kardashian's earlier visits that were made in 2007 and in 2010, were also for business purposes.

Though the Immigration Department didn't directly comment on the issue the starlet is facing, Fox News reported that it stated:

If people are undertaking work in Australia, they need to be on an appropriate visa with work conditions attached to it.

If people do breach conditions, then the department can counsel them or cancel that person's visa ... and the department may record their breaches and immigration history. Their history would be taken into account if they apply for another visa to enter Australia.