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How can applicants apply for Australian visa if they don't have any relatives there?
Asked by: kaygeej
Posted on Mon, 16 Aug 2010 16:10:34 GMT
If an applicant does not have any relatives who live in Australia, how can he/she apply for the visa?
You question is kind of funny. You don’t need to have any relative in Australia to apply for an Australian student visa.
The procedure to apply for Australian student visa is simple. Decide about a program you want to study and apply for admission into any college there. Once you’re admitted, they’ll send you an acceptance letter. With that letter and all the other documents that are required to support your application, you should apply for a visa at Australian High Commission in your region.
The following page on Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship website redirects you to exact information you need about the requirements and procedure to apply for the Australian student visa: http://www.immi.gov.au/students/students/chooser/.
I hope this page will help you.
Govinda answered 6 years and 8 months ago
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