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Australian Government Announced Change of Student Visa Working Hours During Pandemic

Australian Government Announced Change of Student Visa Working Hours During Pandemic

BREAKING NEWS: Australian Government Announced Change of Student Visa Working Hours During Pandemic Student visa working hours have changed due to COVID-19! International students working in the tourism and hospitality sector will have their working hour cap of 40 hours per fortnight lifted under the recently announced change. The standard student visa working hours in … Read more

Acting Minister Alan Tudge announces progressive reopening of Australia’s International Border for International Students in 2021

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It has been nearly eight months since the Australian government closed their international borders to temporary visa holders, which include international students with student visas, to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Some of them are stranded outside Australia and unable to finish the remaining duration of their studies while some are tired of waiting and deferring … Read more

Why Did My Australian Student Visa Be Refused Even After Providing Sufficient Documents?

Why did my Australian student visa be refused even after providing sufficient documents? Are you experiencing a refusal of Student Visa Australia even after providing sufficient documents for your visa? Most of you might experience a successful student visa application. But once you get a visa refusal, it might become a nightmare for you as … Read more

COVID-19 Concessions Allow Australian Alumni To Apply For 485 Visa From Outside Australia

COVID-19 Concessions Allow Australian Alumni To Apply For 485 Visa From Outside Australia

On 19 September 2020, the Australian government issued a new piece of regulation known as the Migration Amendment (COVID-19 Concession) to the Migration Regulations year 1994. This new regulation is made to assist temporary visa holders, including those who currently or previously held student visas, and are affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The impacts … Read more

Australian Government Launches Visa Changes for International Students

Australian Government Launches Visa Changes for International Students

The Australian Government Offer More Visa Variation for International Student After a long-awaited and many changes on the circumstances of international students’ study, the Australian Government finally issued several more variations on a visa regulation to support international students whose education is impacted by the COVID-19.  An international student market is an essential asset to … Read more

BREAKING NEWS: 5 Years Visa Extension for Hong Kong Residents

BREAKING NEWS 5 Years Visa Extension for Hong Kong Residents

Australia Announced Visa Extension for Hong Kong Resident Which Can Lead to Australian Permanent Residency   Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, there are many changes in circumstances in the world, including in Australia. The pandemic has not only impacted the citizens but the migrants as well, who are in Australia on various visas, including student … Read more

Australia to Change Temporary Graduate Visa Requirements

Australia to Change Temporary Graduate Visa Requirements

BREAKING NEWS! Requirements Changes on Australian Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Government Plan 2020 Due to the pandemic situation all over the world, overseas students who are seeking to pursue their study abroad are all captured in a kind of dilemma regarding their future as borders are closed due to travel restrictions. Countries like … Read more

News Update – Country Risk Level Changes To Student Visa Application 2019

Country Risk Level Changes To Student Visa Application 2019

The Department of Home Affairs has made some changes in the status of immigration risk for several countries. Such changes may result from several factors, one of which is the number of Australian visa refusals for applicants from certain countries.  As per 2019, India, Pakistan, and Nepal are considered as the ‘high risk’ countries and … Read more