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Each visa has a set of regulations. You must have an English test before lodging an application for a 485. Your AAt will confirm the refusal. They must confirm the law. It has nothing to do with letters from your university or subsequently doing an English test.

You can't reapply now as it is more than 6 months since completion.

I assume you are on a bridging visa now. If that is the case you are Section 48 barred from applying for a 190.

Please tell your friends. Go and see a registered migration agent before you start, unless you are absolutely sure.
 

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Yep the students these days seem to lack basic understanding of very simple "requirements" and seem to object to being instructed to submit and treat them as "optional" if I feel like it things.

I think they should not be allowed the appeal process for failure to submit a complete application - these non compliant students are wasting very limited resources on appeals that are not possible to win.

I as a year 10 level education know what is required to be submitted and when, and follow instructions and rules/laws- it's not that hard!
 

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Each visa has a set of regulations. You must have an English test before lodging an application for a 485. Your AAt will confirm the refusal. They must confirm the law. It has nothing to do with letters from your university or subsequently doing an English test.

You can't reapply now as it is more than 6 months since completion.

I assume you are on a bridging visa now. If that is the case you are Section 48 barred from applying for a 190.

Please tell your friends. Go and see a registered migration agent before you start, unless you are absolutely sure.
Absolutely. I see so many of those refusals because of totally avoidable and very basic mistakes. I do not understand how people manage to get university degrees and then stuff up their sc. 485 applications. Even a simple consultation would have saved them from a world of pain.
 
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