AUSTRALIA STUDENT VISAFrom 1 July 2016, Australia student visa subclasses 570-575 have been replaced with a single student visa subclass 500. The new student visa takes into consideration the student’s intended education provider and country of citizenship as a risk assessment tool. Depending on this risk assessment, financial and English language capacity may or may not be required by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. You can apply for your student visa using either a letter of offer or a Confirmation of Enrolment from your education provider, but you usually need to supply evidence of your Confirmation of Enrolment before your student visa is granted. Some students are getting their Student Visas rejected because they are not meeting the Genuine Temporary Entrant criteria (GTE). We will assist you in this area and help you with the GTE and also we will help you in securing your enrolment at a College or University of your choice or whichever, College or University would be most suitable for your needs. There are numerous General and Evidence requirements that international students must meet in order to be eligible for a student visa. These would include requirements relating to:
- your health
- your character
- Overseas Student Health Cover (OHSC) – We can arrange this for you.
- being free of debts to the Commonwealth of Australia
- custody, accommodation and general welfare arrangements for students under 18 years of age
- your capacity to cover the cost of air fares, course tuition fees and living costs for you and your family members for the duration of your stay in Australia (the minimum living cost requirement is AUD$19,830 per year)
- your academic record and qualifications completed
- your English language proficiency
- proving that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant.
Please Fill up our Assessment Form to help us understand your needs and we will contact you shortly.