It is not unusual for the immigration department to update its internal assessment policies relating to the grant certain types of visas. These changes mean that similar cases applied at different points of time might result in different outcomes.
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Despite common misconceptions, the population of Regional Australia is rising. Between 2007 and 2012, the population outside of Australia’s major cities grew by 6.6%. The Australian Bureau of Statistics projects that the population outside capital cities will grow by 26% between 2007 and 2026.
On Friday 5 May 2017, the Australian Government confirmed that the temporary sponsored parent visa will be introduced during the 2017-18 Migration Programme year subject to the passage of relevant legislation. If the Bill is passed then the visa could be introduced as early as
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The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has informed that from 31st of March 2017 they will update the documents required to apply for a student visa.
The 485 was created as part of the General Skilled Migration (GSM) reforms introduced in September 2007, and its purpose was to enable recent graduates whose occupation was on the SOL (skilled occupation list) to have an additional 18 months stay with full work rights