Kim Kardashian and sisters Khloe and Kourtney have visited the Extreme Makeover show for its Nov. 2 edition.
The show arranged for the Kardashian sisters to meet up with the family of Carl Joseph-Walker, who was the 11-year-old boy who committed suicide following being bullied.
The news of their appearance on Extreme Makeover comes as reports emerged saying that socialite Kim has been placed on Australia's immigration watch list for breaching her visa conditions three times during her visits since 2007.
Just last month, in the wake of her highly publicized split from husband Kris Humphries, she visited the country and upset immigration department officials because she held a tourist visa but was really there to work. Her visit involved making in-store appearances to promote the launch of her new handbag collection.
A further investigation into the star's last two visits showed that they were also business-related.
The Herald Sun of Australia reported that although the immigration department declined to comment specifically on Kardashian, they released a statement revealing what action is typically taken against people who breach the country’s visa conditions.
"If people are undertaking work in Australia, they need to be on an appropriate visa with work conditions attached to it," said the department. "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."