Migration Regulations 1994 - Specification of Visas Attracting a Non-Internet Application Charge - IMMI 13/145

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Commonwealth of Australia
 
Migration Regulations 1994
 
VISAS ATTRACTING A NON-INTERNET APPLICATION CHARGE
(Paragraph 2.12C(7)(a) and subregulation 2.12C(8))
 
 
I, MICHAELIA CASH, Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, acting under subregulations 2.12C(7) and 2.12C(8) of the Migration Regulations 1994 (‘the Regulations’):
 
1.                  REVOKE Instrument number IMMI 13/069, signed 13 June 2013, specifying for the purposes of paragraph 2.12C(7)(a) and subregulation 2.12C(8) the visas and circumstances where the non-Internet Application charge will not be payable;
 
2.                  SPECIFY for the purposes of paragraph 2.12C(7)(a) of the Regulations the following visas:
 
(a)              Subclass 155 – Five Year Resident Return;
(b)              Subclass 157 – Three Month Resident Return;
(c)              Subclass 417 – Working Holiday;
(d)             Subclass 476 – Skilled – Recognised Graduate; and
(e)              Subclass 485 – Temporary Graduate; AND
 
3.                  SPECIFY for the purposes of subregulation 2.12C(8) of the Regulations, in the Schedule to this Instrument, the circumstances in which the non-Internet application charge is not payable.
 
This Instrument, IMMI 13/145 commences on 23 November 2013.
 
 
 
Dated 7.11.2013
 
 
 
Michaelia Cash
 
                          Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
Schedule
 
 
Circumstances
For Applicant of Visa Subclass

1
The movement data base (being a notified data base for the purposes of section 489 of the Act) does not contain a movement record on or after 1 September 1994 in relation to the applicant.
155 and 157

2
The applicant last entered Australia on or after 1 September 1994 and held a temporary visa at the time of that entry and has not been granted a permanent visa since last entering Australia.
155 and 157

3
The applicant claims to be a member of the family unit of a person who holds a Subclass 476 or 485 visa that was granted on the basis of satisfying the primary criteria for the grant of a Subclass 476 or 485 visa (as applicable).
476 and 485

4
The applicant claims to have a dependent child.
417

5
The Minister, under regulation 2.05, has waived condition 8503, 8534 or 8535 in relation to the applicant.
All visa subclasses that are NIAC liable

6
The applicant is the holder of a Subclass 487 visa having satisfied the primary criteria for the grant of the visa and has made a combined application with another applicant who is also a holder of a Subclass 487 visa having satisfied the primary criteria for the grant of the visa.
485

7
The applicant is a former Australian citizen.
All visa subclasses that are NIAC liable

8
The applicant is not the holder of a travel document required for the lodgement of an Internet application.
155 and 157

9
Departmental systems indicate that the applicant is barred from lodging an application by the operation of section 48 of the Migration Act 1958.
155 and 157

10
Departmental systems indicate that the applicant has not held a class of visa required for the lodgement of an Internet application.
155 and 157

11
The applicant is the holder of a Subclass 417 visa and is applying for a second Subclass 417 visa and claims their first employer does not have an Australian Business Number.
417.