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Major COVID-19 Concessions for Subclass 485 Temporary Graduate Work visa applicants

Major COVID-19 Concessions for Subclass 485 Temporary Graduate Work visa applicants

The Australian immigration department has recently offered COVID-19 concessions to international students for Subclass 485 Temporary Graduate. During COVID-19 pandemic, many visa applicants and international students have been adversely affected by circumstances beyond their control, including Border closures, stand-downs and disruptions to courses.

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Major COVID-19 Concessions for Subclass 887 Skilled Regional visa applicants

Major COVID-19 Concessions for Subclass 887 Skilled Regional visa applicants

The COVID-19 concessions are designed to ensure provisional and temporary visa holders are not disadvantaged by circumstances beyond their control during COVID-19 Pandemic, including Border closures, restrictions imposed on businesses and the general economic downturn related to COVID-19.

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Appealing a Visa Refusal: 7 Frequently Asked Questions

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An Australian Visa refusal can be devastating for everyone involved and can put your future in Australia in immediate jeopardy and uncertainty. However, your visa refusal does not necessarily mean it is the end of your pathway to Australia.

In this article, we answer some of the most commonly asked questions for applicants that have received visa refusals.

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Can Indigenous Australians be deported?

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Love v The Commonwealth; Thoms v Commonwealth [2020] HCA 3 for full judgement please go to: https://www.hcourt.gov.au/cases/case_b43-2018

Who is an Aboriginal Australian? And should Aboriginal Australians be treated differently to other groups in Australia?

The High Court recently considered whether two men who were born outside of Australia and were not Australian citizens, but had spent most of their lives in Australia,

where within the reach of the “aliens power” conferred by s 51(Xix) of the Constitution.

 

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How Does the Coronavirus Affect Your Temporary Visa? Students, Backpackers, 482 visa and New Zealanders

Coronavirus Temporary Visa Holders
On Saturday 4 April 2020, Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alan Tudge, made the following announcements for those holding temporary visas in Australia.
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