This Thursday, #CruxAnswers about Student visa conditions!
On Monday, we asked our readers to submit questions they want answers to regarding any Australian visa.
The majority of questions that were submitted this week were focused on Student Visa conditions.
When you ask, we answer!
We’ve recently been receiving multiple inquiries about how to meet the Australian study requirement and whether what clients had studied will satisfy the criteria for the skilled migration or Graduate visa.
The following important requirement must be met if you want to meet the Australian study requirement for the 485 Graduate visa and/or to claim points for the General Skilled Migration.
Australia is the third most popular destination for international students to complete their studies. Not only that Australia promotes quality education and protection to international students, the country also offers rich and soulful indigenous history, as well as, beautiful landscape that will take your breath away.
It’s extremely important to know what you’re getting yourself into if you are considering “voluntary Student visa cancellation”. It’s not as easy as cancelling your current student visa and jumping on to a Bridging visa or a temporary residence visa. There are implications.
Let’s take a look at the top 5 most important factors you should be aware of before you submit a voluntary request to the Department to cancel your student visa.
Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) is one of the main requirement that applicant must satisfy for Australian temporary visas, including the Student visa subclass 500.
To satisfy the GTE for the student visa you must demonstrate that you genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily and not have any other intention to remain in Australia for extended period of time or permanently.