Few Australian universities have temporarily banned applications from certain states of India over fraud Visa document issues. The Federation University and Western Sydney University have instructed education agents to stop recruiting students from Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and Jammu and Kashmir.
The instructions were made on Friday, May 26. Federation University had also written in a letter to education agents on May 19 stating that there has been a significant increase in visa applications from some Indian regions being rejected by the Department of Home Affairs over non-genuine intentions.
The move comes as the visa rejection rate for Indian applications to Australian universities reached a 10-year high, with nearly 25% categorised as non-genuine or fraudulent. The ban is effective immediately and is supposed to remain for at least two months.
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How will it impact students?
Australia is looking into easing the visa process for skilled workers by doing away with the points test. They are also considering "automatic" temporary graduate visas for those who complete their studies in the country. Both of these decisions can be beneficial for those planning to work and/or study in Australia.
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