1. Work visa application briefing:
Since December 2013, 12, the Department of Immigration has launched the online application function of IMMIACCOUNT. Applicants need to generate an account by themselves before they can prepare to submit the application. All 8 work visa applications must be submitted online by fax, Neither mail nor post will be accepted. If you have any questions about the online submission, you need to contact the Australian Department of Immigration and call 457.
After the application is submitted, the visa officer hopes that the applicant will upload the documents online through IMMIACCOUNT. If you hold a BVA bridging visa and want to be in a situation, you need to apply for BVB and fill in FORM1006 at the same time, and you must notify the visa officer. If you change your address, or change your passport information, or if a child is born during the waiting period, you also need to notify the visa officer in time.
2. Parents' Immigrant Visa Application Briefing
On June 2014, 6, the parent queuing immigration categories SUBCLASS2 and SUBCLASS 103 were closed. All queued applications submitted before this date will continue to be processed.
At present, the Department of Immigration has received a large number of paid immigration applications. The processing cycle for the 143 category is 18 months. Applicants over 18 years old need to pay 43600 Australian dollars. The Department of Immigration requires not to ask the PERTH Parent Immigration Review Center whether the application has been received. The applicant needs to mail to check whether the application is mailed to the review center.
If it is a valid application, the Immigration Department will issue a receipt to notify the applicant. If it is an invalid application, the Immigration Department will return the submitted application. For the 143 category of applications, at present only a receipt is issued for the application submitted on June 2014, 6. It currently takes more than 1 months for the Immigration Department to issue a confirmation letter for the application, and it is currently processed before March 5, 2014.
If you need to submit documents to the visa officer, the documents required by the immigration management should be in PDF format.
3. Briefing on Immigration Visa Application for Domestic Spouse
There are currently two ways to submit spouse immigration, one is online submission, the other is mail. If you submit it online, you need to apply for an IMMIACCOUNT. If you encounter any problems in the process of uploading files, you need to call the Immigration Department on 131881 for help.
If you submit by mail, applicants living in NSW need to submit to the SYDNEY Trial Center; applicants living in VIC need to submit to the MELBOURNE Trial Center; those living in Queensland, Canberra and Tasmania need to submit Submit to the BRISBANE trial center; living in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory, need to be submitted to the PERTH trial center.
If you change your passport or address and other information during the trial, I hope you will notify the immigration office as soon as possible. During the waiting period, if you are holding a BVA bridging visa, you need to apply for a BVB in advance when you leave the country. It is best to apply one month in advance to avoid delaying your trip. After submitting the spouse visa, there are no restrictions on work and you can work full-time.
4. MRT Immigration Review Arbitration Tribunal briefing
In July 2014, the MRT Arbitration Court heard more than 7 applications. In addition, 2000 new arbitrators were appointed by the Immigration Department for a three-year term. After MRT provides online applications, 17% of applications are submitted online. The arbitration court provided relevant training on law and professional ethics to those involved in translation.
Part of the results of the Immigration Review Arbitration Tribunal in July 2014:
- 47 cases of domestic graduate visa processing, 6 were successful;
- Of the 176 domestic student visa trials, 32 were successful;
- 10 cases of domestic skilled immigrants were reviewed, 2 of which were successful;
- 216 cases of domestic spouse visa categories were processed, 89 of which were successful;
- 19 cases of student visa cancellation category were processed and 6 were successful;
- Employer sponsored visa category processed 28 cases and 8 were successful;
- 7 cases of domestic investment immigration category were reviewed and 2 were successful;
5. Australia 188C major investor business immigration application progress
|Submit your immigration intention through SkillSelect||1582|
|The number of applications for major investment immigrant visas obtained by the state government||1312|
As of July 2014, 7:
In less than three months, 46.2% of applicants submitted online are already being processed
17 billion Australian dollars of funds have been invested
There are 30 billion Australian dollars of funds about to invest
The following table shows the distribution of huge investments in various states and territories
Huge investor visa: Distribution of states and territories – 从2012Years11Month24DayTo2014Years7Month31Day
The following table shows the distribution of visa application status and visa approval status of the top five countries with huge investment
|Apply for the top five||Total proportion%||Signed to the top five||Signed rate|
|Hong Kong||3.1||Hong Kong||2.6|
The following table shows the distribution of huge investments in various states and territories in the 2013-2014 fiscal year
Huge investor visa: State/Territory distribution – 2013年7月1日到2014年6月30日
|State||EOIs submit||Invitation card||Visa Application||Visa approved|
(The article is reproduced from the Internet)