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One thing that should be kept in mind before changing the course that the student has to fulfil his student Visa condition to avoid any risk of visa cancellation.
Without any professional assistance, a student can cause himself financial anguish and thorny visa issues. The department of homes affair allows the students to change their course, but one should remain aware of Visa’s effect. Following steps can be taken before changing the course:

  • Seek professional help from an Education counsellor in this regard
  • Get help from the student service office of your provider.
  • Look for any transfer policy of your institution.
 

Most Australian institutes are offering scholarships for international students. To get further information book your appointment to get proper knowledge about the scholarships.

If you have a visa subclass 485, which is a temporary Visa, it allows you to stay, work, and study simultaneously after completing your studies, which should be more than two years

If you are holding a student visa subclass 500, you cannot work more than 20
hours a week which means 40 hours per fortnight; along with that, you can do
voluntary work.

On Temporary Visa, there is no restriction over working hours.

You can get more PR points if your age is between 25-33. You have an English
proficiency of 8 bands, eight to ten years of working experience can get you PR
points, master or bachelor degree from an Australian institute (A doctorate can
get the highest point).

For your Visa to be granted, every student has to go through Genuine Entrant
criteria. It is quite difficult to shift your visa type from 485 to student, but if your
Genuine Temporary Entrant statement is strong with solid reasoning, there are
chances that you can be granted a student visa with the change of course.
To know about proper our experts can help you with this matter, book your
appointment to know the insight of these issues.

Yes, only if the student is enrolled in a Master or doctoral degree he can work
without any limit.

Yes, only if the student is enrolled in a Master or doctoral degree he can work
without any limit.

Suppose you stay in Australia after the expiry of your Visa for more than 28 days.
In that case, your Visa will be subjected to prohibiting period, which means that
you will be unable to get an Australian Visa for a period of a minimum of 3 years.

 

Australia has one of the best education systems in the world. So, education
obtained from this country is recognized all over the globe. Australia is a hub for a
multi-cultural society that allows international students to learn and adapt well to
people from different backgrounds. Australians are welcoming toward diversity
which makes them different from the US and UK.

 

Maybe, it will depend on the type of visa you apply for. If you are applying from
inside Australia, you may need a Bridging Visa B to be able to re-enter the
country..

 

Yes, suppose you are planning to choose Australia as your study destination. In
that case, it is essential for every student that before coming to Australia, they
should apply for OSHC to get medical assistance during their stay in Australia.

 

No. Australia does not recognize marriages when any spouse is under 16.

 

Maybe. If you are married or have registered your relationship in Australia, you may be able to overcome 12 month living together requirement.

 

Maybe. There are certain criminal offenses that might bar you from applying for a Partner Visa.

 

Either. It is entirely up to you, whichever you prefer. Please note, in some cases, you may be required to apply online or in paper.

 

Maybe. It will depend on the type of visa you apply for. If you are applying from inside Australia, you may need a Bridging Visa B to be able to re-enter the country.

 

Yes. All Applicants and Sponsors will need to provide police checks for any country where they have lived for at least 12 moths.

 

Yes. The Applicant will likely need to undertake a health examination. Immigration will request this.

 

Not really. The only way to speed up the processing time of your application is to provide great evidence, complete and accurate application forms and to respond to any requests in a timely manner.

 

epending on which state you live in, you can register your relationship here:

 

New South Waleshttps://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/Pages/marriages-relationships/relationship-register.aspx
At least one partner must live in New South Wales. It will take 28 days to receive your certificate after you have registered your relationship.

Victoria: https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/marriages-and-relationships/register-a-domestic-relationship
At least one partner must live in Victoria. It will take 28 days to receive your certificate after you have registered your relationship.

Queensland: https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/marriage-weddings-and-civil-partnerships/civil-partnerships/registering-a-civil-partnership
At least one partner must live in Queensland. It will take at least 10 days to receive your certificate after you have registered your relationship.

South Australia: https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/register-a-relationship
At least one partner must live in South Australia. It will take 28 days to receive your certificate after you have registered your relationship.

Australian Capital Territory: https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1694#!tabs-2
Completed on paper application.

Tasmania: https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/significant
Both partners must live in Tasmania. It will take 28 days to receive your certificate after you have registered your relationship.

Western Australia: N/A for Migration Purposes

Maybe. Your current substantive visa rights and conditions will continue to apply until a decision has been made on your application. Check VEVO if you are unsure of your rights in Australia.

 

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