Written by one of Australia's largest community based migration advisory services, the Immigration Advice and Rights Centre, the revised edition brings together the Migration Act, regulations, departmental policy and relevant case law in an easily ...
readable style. The Kit is an invaluable guide through the complexity of Australian citizenship and immigration law. Highly regarded by lawyers, migration agents, students, visa applicants, parliamentarians, and policy makers, the Kit is the only publication of its kind in Australia. The Kit explains:how Australian citizenship is acquired, granted lost and regained how the immigration system works who can apply to come to Australia or to stay in Australia the distinction between permanent and temporary visas the criteria for every visa the evidence required to meet the criteria how to lodge applications how applications are processed how to challenge an Immigration decision what to do if a visa is cancelled the entitlements of visa holders such as work rights Medicare and social security entitlements new business skills visas new points test student visas changes to temporary residence changes to resident return visas changes to visitor visas (including electronic transfer authorities and the new sponsored visitor visas) those aspects of the new Regulations which were not disallowed by the Senate changes to the Migration Agents Code of Conduct
Number of pages: 950
Date of publication: 01/09/2008
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