Student Visa for Australia
To start your adventure in Australia, you will first need to obtain a student visa
This type of visa can be granted to people of any age, over the age of (6) six, provided you meet the criteria, which includes enrollment in a study course, which you will attend while in Australia.
Under this visa type you will also be granted work rights, which typically allow up to (40) forty hours of work per fortnight, and unlimited working hours during holiday periods, for each person on the visa.
You may also bring family members to Australia under this visa, such as a spouse or child.
Learn in Australia can help you through a registered immigration agent, to apply for this visa, and the first step will be to choose an appropriate course of study, as you will need a (COE) confirmation of enrollment letter from your chosen institute detailing the course which you have enrolled in to study in Australia.
You may apply online while in or outside of Australia.
The steps in the student visa process are;
You will require the following to meet the visa eligibility requirements;
Australian Student Visa
Apply for your visa at least (6) six weeks before your course starts, to allow time for the Department of Home Affairs in Australia to process your application.
You should be aware to complete any further health checks or other further information requested in a timely manner to avoid delays.
The Department of Home Affairs provides a handy documents required checklist tool online, here.
Evidence of sufficient funds for Australian Student Visa
The Department of Home Affairs in Australia will require you to submit evidence of sufficient funds, that must be (3) three months prior from the date of application, for the duration of your stay in Australia.
Accepted evidence documents include;
The Department of Home Affairs in Australia, to issue an Australia Student Visa must be satisfied that an applicant, once in Australia, will have genuine access to the funds they claim to possess to cover the travel, tuition and living costs for themselves and their family members.