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keep praying to those u still waiting, god is sooo good and he answers all our prayers.

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New user-pays visa pricing a fairer system

Monday, 22 October 2012

Senator Kate Lundy - Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

Changes to Australia's visa pricing system make for a fairer 'user-pays' approach of charging for visas, the Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Senator Kate Lundy, said today.

Announced as part of the government's release of the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, the improved pricing model will increase visa charges in areas of significant demand.

Senator Lundy said the government had already made some changes to visa pricing in the last year as part of the move to the fairer user-pays system.

'The government has made a targeted increase in the cost of visas where there are high levels of demand, and therefore areas that are less likely to be significantly impacted by the added costs,' Senator Lundy said.

'The fact is that there are plenty of people around the world who want to work in Australia because of our substantial economic strengths during these times of global economic uncertainty - it is only appropriate for visa costs to reflect that demand.'

Changes to visa pricing announced today take effect from 1 January 2013. They include:
Partner visas allowing for people already in Australia to enter or remain on the basis of their married or de facto relationship, to increase from $3060 to around $4000
Partner visas for people outside Australia who want to join their partner in Australia will increase $2060 to around $2700
Skilled Graduate visas to increase from $315 to $1260 for the highly-valued post-study work rights for people in Australia on a student visa
The 457 temporary skilled worker visas to increase from $350 to around $455
Working Holiday maker visas will increase from $280 to around $360.

'Most of these increases are for visas that provide valuable opportunities for people to work in Australia, whether it's through the 457 program, working holiday visas or the sought after work rights for skilled graduates. We don't, therefore, expect demand to be adversely affected by these changes,' Senator Lundy said.

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What a headache :'( thanks for the newest update.


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New user-pays visa pricing a fairer system

Monday, 22 October 2012

Senator Kate Lundy - Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

Changes to Australia's visa pricing system make for a fairer 'user-pays' approach of charging for visas, the Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Senator Kate Lundy, said today.

Announced as part of the government's release of the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, the improved pricing model will increase visa charges in areas of significant demand.

Senator Lundy said the government had already made some changes to visa pricing in the last year as part of the move to the fairer user-pays system.

'The government has made a targeted increase in the cost of visas where there are high levels of demand, and therefore areas that are less likely to be significantly impacted by the added costs,' Senator Lundy said.

'The fact is that there are plenty of people around the world who want to work in Australia because of our substantial economic strengths during these times of global economic uncertainty - it is only appropriate for visa costs to reflect that demand.'

Changes to visa pricing announced today take effect from 1 January 2013. They include:
Partner visas allowing for people already in Australia to enter or remain on the basis of their married or de facto relationship, to increase from $3060 to around $4000
Partner visas for people outside Australia who want to join their partner in Australia will increase $2060 to around $2700
Skilled Graduate visas to increase from $315 to $1260 for the highly-valued post-study work rights for people in Australia on a student visa
The 457 temporary skilled worker visas to increase from $350 to around $455
Working Holiday maker visas will increase from $280 to around $360.

'Most of these increases are for visas that provide valuable opportunities for people to work in Australia, whether it's through the 457 program, working holiday visas or the sought after work rights for skilled graduates. We don't, therefore, expect demand to be adversely affected by these changes,' Senator Lundy said.


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Yes,when my fiance get home tonight he told me about that, he watch on the news on the tv there in australia...wow thats more expensive now..

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Hi briana congrats,happy for u...by the way what state in aust. u will be?

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New user-pays visa pricing a fairer system

Monday, 22 October 2012

Senator Kate Lundy - Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

Changes to Australia's visa pricing system make for a fairer 'user-pays' approach of charging for visas, the Acting Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Senator Kate Lundy, said today.

Announced as part of the government's release of the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, the improved pricing model will increase visa charges in areas of significant demand.

Senator Lundy said the government had already made some changes to visa pricing in the last year as part of the move to the fairer user-pays system.

'The government has made a targeted increase in the cost of visas where there are high levels of demand, and therefore areas that are less likely to be significantly impacted by the added costs,' Senator Lundy said.

'The fact is that there are plenty of people around the world who want to work in Australia because of our substantial economic strengths during these times of global economic uncertainty - it is only appropriate for visa costs to reflect that demand.'

Changes to visa pricing announced today take effect from 1 January 2013. They include:
Partner visas allowing for people already in Australia to enter or remain on the basis of their married or de facto relationship, to increase from $3060 to around $4000
Partner visas for people outside Australia who want to join their partner in Australia will increase $2060 to around $2700
Skilled Graduate visas to increase from $315 to $1260 for the highly-valued post-study work rights for people in Australia on a student visa
The 457 temporary skilled worker visas to increase from $350 to around $455
Working Holiday maker visas will increase from $280 to around $360.

'Most of these increases are for visas that provide valuable opportunities for people to work in Australia, whether it's through the 457 program, working holiday visas or the sought after work rights for skilled graduates. We don't, therefore, expect demand to be adversely affected by these changes,' Senator Lundy said.

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Wow!! That is a huge increase!!

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congratulations, krissy!..m so happy for you!...God bless!
Thank you kulots!

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Ok thanks..and congrats u got your visa..hoping mind will be ok..are u in QLD now?

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Hi guys!

We've lodged our PMV application last Sept 17, 2012 and my bf had his medicals on the 27th of Sept and his NBI around May or June 2012. my question now is in case our application get allocated to a case officer between Dec-Jan, do you think we should get a new nbi for him before the case officer asks? and on the acknowledgement letter they've only asked for his birth certificate and no cenomar. should we include that as well even though they didnt ask for it? we just want to submit everything so that when they open our application they will ask for less additional docs which can delay the decision.

@Briana: hi! what other additional docs did the co asked for? thanks


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