VC 485 - skilled graduate visa granted Australia is..

저어어어엉말 오랫만에 포스팅합니다.

소식전할게 있어서요,

일명 졸업생 비자(485)가 신청한지, 10개월만에 나왔네요 ㅎㅎ

아래는 세부내역입니다.

내일은 가서 비자라벨을 받아야겠어요,

비자가 없어서 그동안 서러웠던것을 생각하면 ㅠ_-; 눈물이,,

여러가지로 불리합니다. 특히 집을 빌리려 할때, 정확한 비자 만료날짜가 없었기때문에 잘 안빌려주더군요.

여튼 이미 영주권을 신청한 지금 이건 그닥 필요없지만, 그래도 뭐라도 비자가 나오니까 좋네요.

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VISA HOLDER: TAE HO YOON
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/04/1980
TRANSACTION RECORD NUMBER: EGNQZ36KDY
TRIM FILE REFERENCE: BCC2008/29844
PERMISSION REQUEST ID: 1690523695
CLIENT ID: 58284048504
LODGEMENT DATE: 08 August 2008
GRANT DATE: 25 June 2009
VISA EXPIRY DATE : 25 December 2010

Dear AMANDA SKEEN

I refer to the application by TAE HO YOON for a Skilled - Graduate (VC 485) visa lodged on 08 August 2008 with the department.

I am pleased to advise that on 25 June 2009 a decision was taken to grant this visa.

This letter contains important information about this visa.


VISA GRANT NUMBER

The visa grant number is 8059500094039.  This is the unique number assigned to the visa.  Visa holders should keep this visa grant number with them, as they may have to provide it to the department during the life of the visa.


CONDITIONS OF VISA

This visa was granted with the following conditions:

Condition - 8501

The visa holder must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance during their stay in Australia.


EVIDENCE OF VISA

It is recommended that the visa holder obtain evidence of this visa in their current passport. This can be done at any local DIAC office. DIAC office addresses can be found at www.immi.gov.au/contacts


PASSPORT DETAILS

The granted visas are linked to the passport numbers that were provided as part of the application.  If any person obtains a new passport after receiving this letter and before the visa is evidenced, they will need to contact the nearest Immigration office in Australia or overseas to advise the department of their new passport details.

When travelling into or out of Australia visa holders should ensure that they carry their current passport and the passport containing their valid visa.  Visa holders unable to present evidence of their current visa when travelling may experience significant delays at the airport and may be denied permission to travel back to Australia.

For further information about the required documentary evidence for travel to Australia please refer to
http://www.immi.gov.au/media/fact-sheets/95documents.htm


VISA VALIDITY

This visa allows the visa holder to enter and leave Australia as many times as they like until the visa expiry date.


LEAVING AND RETURNING TO AUSTRALIA

If after the visa expiry date the visa holder wants to travel overseas and return to Australia and they are not an Australian citizen, they will need to have a valid visa in their passport.  It is their responsibility to obtain a further visa after their current visa ceases.


PERMANENT RESIDENCE

Visa holders must advise the department if at any time they find that any information previously given to the department is incorrect, incomplete, or that a change in circumstance has occurred.  This obligation continues while temporarily resident in Australia as the holder of this visa.

The visa holder has been granted an 18 month temporary visa to live and work in Australia.

Skilled - Graduate visa holders can apply for a permanent or provisional General Skilled Migration visa at any time.

Further information on your visa options is available on our website at http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/ or from Booklet 5 - Employer Sponsored Migration and Booklet 6 - General Skilled Migration. These booklets can be downloaded free from http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/ or purchased from any DIAC office in Australia or Australian government office overseas.

If they do not make a valid application for one of these visas, or for any other visa they may be eligible to apply for, they must depart Australia on or before the expiry date of this visa.

The visa holder is advised to take the time to find out if there are any additional requirements that they will need to meet to be eligible to apply for permanent residence.


WORKING IN AUSTRALIA

The Skilled - Graduate visa allows the visa holders to work in Australia. However, they need to be aware that the granting of this visa, and the acceptance of qualifications for migration purposes, does not provide guarantee of employment in Australia. Employment in some occupations is limited. Registration and licensing requirements for particular occupations vary between states and territories and may be amended from time to time.


MEDICAL COSTS IN AUSTRALIA

People holding temporary residence visas are not generally entitled to access Australia's national medical insurance scheme - Medicare. As medical costs are high, visa holders are strongly encouraged to obtain private health insurance. Information about private health insurance is available from the website of the Department of Health and Ageing at www.health.gov.au.


SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENTS

Additionally, temporary and provisional visa holders in Australia may not qualify for social security income support payments.

Further information about living in Australia is available on the Internet from the following websites:
  Department of Immigration and Citizenship at www.immi.gov.au
  Department of Families, Housing Community Services and Indigenous Affairs at http://www.fahcsia.gov.au
  Centrelink (the government organisation which makes social security payments) at http://www.centrelink.gov.au.


SETTLEMENT INFORMATION

Form 886 - Settlement assistance information, which can be downloaded from www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/886.pdf is used to assist in planning better services such as health and education. I would be grateful if the visa holder could complete this form and return it to the address listed below.

Officer in Charge
Settlement Database
Settlement Branch
PO Box 25
BELCONNEN  ACT  2616


CHECKING THE VISA DETAILS

The department has a service called Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) which allows certain third parties to check visa information with a visa holder's consent.

Through VEVO, visa holders can give their consent to registered third parties such as:

·    employers and labour suppliers, to help check whether your visa allows them to work in Australia;
·    government agencies, to help assess their eligibility for services;
·    licensing authorities, to help establish their eligibility for a licence; and
·    educational institutions, to assess whether they can study in Australia.

The disclosure of visa information by the department is governed by the Privacy Act 1988.  Therefore, the department will disclose information about a visa to a third party only with the consent of the visa holder.  Visa holders can consent to an inquiry about their visa entitlements by giving the third party their name, date of birth, passport number and passport country of issue.  If the visa holder does not wish a third party to find out about their visa entitlements, they should not give them this information.

The information form 993i "Safeguarding your personal information", available from Immigration offices, gives details of third parties to which visa holders can consent to their personal information being disclosed, and how they can consent.

Please pass on my best wishes for a successful settlement in Australia.

Yours sincerely



Department of Immigration and Citizenship

25 June 2009

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  • saltyJiN 2009/06/28 13:20 # 답글

    이제 본격적으로 돈버시는건가요!
  • 타오 2009/07/14 14:35 #

    하하하, -_-; 그래야죠, 계좌 잔고가 바닥을 쳐버렸다능 ㅎㅎㅎ
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