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IMMI 18/085 Arrangements as made
This instrument repeals the Migration (IMMI 17/127: Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications) Instrument 2017 and specifies the approved forms and the place and manner for making an application for the specified temporary work and temporary activity classes of visa.
Administered by: Home Affairs
Made 21 Jun 2018
Registered 25 Jun 2018
Tabled HR 26 Jun 2018
Tabled Senate 27 Jun 2018
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Migration (IMMI 18/085: Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications) Instrument 2018

I, Judith O’Neill, Delegate of the Minister for Home Affairs and the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, make the following instrument.

 

Dated 21 June 2018

Judith O’Neill  

JUDITH O’NEILL

Senior Executive Service, Band one, Immigration and Visa Services Division and Delegate of the Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Immigration and Border Protection

 


Contents

Part 1 – Preliminary...................................................................................................................................... 1

1  Name........................................................................................................................................ 1

2  Commencement........................................................................................................................ 1

3  Authority.................................................................................................................................. 1

4  Definitions................................................................................................................................ 1

5  Schedules................................................................................................................................. 1

Part 2 - Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications         2

6  Investor Retirement (Class UY) visa........................................................................................ 2

7  Retirement (Temporary) (Class TQ) visa................................................................................. 2

8  Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) (Class GA) visa....................................................... 2

9  Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa.................................................... 2

10  Temporary Activity (Class GG) visa...................................................................................... 2

11  Training (Class GF) visa........................................................................................................ 2

Schedule 1—Arrangements for Investor Retirement (Class UY) visa                     3

Schedule 2—Arrangements for Retirement (Temporary) (Class TQ) visa             4

Schedule 3— Arrangements for Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) (Class GA) visa     5

Schedule 4— Arrangements for Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa 6

Schedule 5— Arrangements for Temporary Activity  (Class GG) visa                   9

Schedule 6— Arrangements for Training (Class GF) visa                                     10

Schedule 7—Repeals                                                                                                   11

Migration (IMMI 17/127: Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications) Instrument 2017 (F2017L01480)                                                                                                                         11

 

 


Part 1 – Preliminary

1  Name

(1)   This instrument is the Migration (IMMI 18/085: Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications) Instrument 2018.

(2)   This instrument may be cited as IMMI 18/085.

2  Commencement

This instrument commences immediately after the commencement of the Migration Amendment (Pacific Labour Scheme) Regulations 2018

3  Authority

This instrument is made under subregulation 2.07(5) of the Regulations.

4  Definitions

Note:          Member of the family unit is defined in Regulation 1.12 of the Regulations.

In this instrument:

Officer has the meaning given by subsection 5(1) of the Migration Act 1958.

Primary Applicant means a visa applicant who is seeking to satisfy the primary criteria for the grant of the visa.

Regulations means the Migration Regulations 1994.

Secondary Applicant means a visa applicant who is seeking to satisfy the secondary criteria for the grant of the visa.

Visa applicant has the meaning given by subsection 5(1) of the Migration Act 1958.

5  Schedules

Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.


 

Part 2 – Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications

6  Investor Retirement (Class UY) visa

                    For the purposes of subitem 1212B(1) and paragraph 1212B(3)(a) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, the table in Schedule 1 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.

7  Retirement (Temporary) (Class TQ) visa

                   For the purposes of subitem 1217(1) and paragraph 1217(3)(a) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, the table in Schedule 2 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.

8  Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) (Class GA) visa

                   For the purposes of subitem 1231(1) and paragraph 1231(3)(a) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, the table in Schedule 3 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.

9  Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa

                   For the purposes of subitem 1234(1) and paragraph 1234(3)(a) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, for the corresponding kind of applicant in Column A, the table in Schedule 4 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.

10  Temporary Activity (Class GG) visa

                   For the purposes of subitem 1237(1) and item 1 of the table in subitem 1237(3) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, for the corresponding kind of applicant in Column A, the table in Schedule 5 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.

11  Training (Class GF) visa

                   For the purposes of subitem 1238(1) and item 1 of the table in subitem 1238(3) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations, for the corresponding kind of applicant in Column A, the table in Schedule 6 specifies:

                        (a)   in Column B, the approved form; and

                        (b)   in Column C, the place and manner for making an application.   

Schedule 1—Arrangements for Investor Retirement (Class UY) visa

 

Item No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

All visa applicants for an Investor Retirement (Class UY) visa.

1383.

An application must be:

(a)        posted with correct prepaid postage to:

Specialist Temporary Entry Centre (TAS)
Department of Home Affairs
GPO Box 794
HOBART  TAS  7001; or

(b)          delivered by courier service to:

Specialist Temporary Entry Centre (TAS)
Department of Home Affairs
Level 14, 188 Collins Street
HOBART  TAS  7000.


 

Schedule 2—Arrangements for Retirement (Temporary) (Class TQ) visa

 

Item No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

All visa applicants for a Retirement (Temporary)
(Class TQ) visa.

1383.

An application must be:

(a)           posted with correct prepaid postage to:

Specialist Temporary Entry Centre (TAS)
Department of Home Affairs
GPO Box 794
HOBART  TAS  7001; or

(b)          delivered by courier service to:

Specialist Temporary Entry Centre (TAS)
Department of Home Affairs
Level 14, 188 Collins Street
HOBART  TAS  7000.


 

Schedule 3— Arrangements for Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) (Class GA) visa

 

Item

No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

All visa applicants for a Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) (Class GA) visa.

1400 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1400.

The applicant must be outside Australia and an application must be made:

(a)      as an internet application; or

(b)     in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address, authorising the use of approved form 1400, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given); or

(c)      if an officer has authorised the use of approved form 1400, an application may also be made at a diplomatic, consular or migration office maintained by or on behalf of the Commonwealth outside Australia.


 

Schedule 4— Arrangements for Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa

 

Item

No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

A visa applicant for a Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa who is seeking to satisfy the criteria for a Subclass 403 (Temporary Work (International Relations)) visa in the Seasonal Worker Program stream.

1403 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1403.

The applicant must be outside Australia and an application must be made:

(a)      as an internet application; or

(b)      in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address, authorising the use of approved form 1403, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given).

2

A visa applicant for a Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa who is seeking to satisfy the criteria for a Subclass 403 (Temporary Work (International Relations)) visa in the Pacific Labour Scheme stream.

1403 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1403.

An application must be made:

(a)   as an internet application; or

(b)   in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address, authorising the use of approved form 1403, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given).

3

A visa applicant for a Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa who is:

(a)  A Primary Applicant seeking to satisfy the criteria for the grant of a Subclass 403 (Temporary Work (International Relations)) visa in:

(i)  the Domestic Worker (Diplomatic or Consular) Stream; or

(ii)  the Government Agreement stream, the Foreign Government Agency stream or the Privileges and Immunities stream; or

(b)  a Secondary Applicant who is making a combined application with a Primary Applicant in (a)(ii).

1403 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department,

1403.

An application must be made:

(a)   as an internet application; or

(b)   in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address, authorising the use of approved form 1403, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given); or

(c)   if the applicant is outside Australia, and an officer has authorised the use of approved form 1403, an application may also be made at a diplomatic, consular or migration office maintained by or on behalf of the Commonwealth outside Australia.

4

A Secondary Applicant for a Temporary Work (International Relations) (Class GD) visa who:

(a)  is seeking to satisfy the secondary criteria for a Subclass 403 (Temporary Work (International Relations)) visa on the basis that the Secondary Applicant is a member of the family unit of a person who satisfies the primary criteria for a Subclass 403 (Temporary Work (International Relations)) visa in the Government Agreement stream, the Foreign Government Agency stream or the Privileges and Immunities stream; and

(b)  is not making a combined application with the Primary Applicant.

1481 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department,

1481.

An application must be made:

(a)     as an internet application; or

(b)    in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address, authorising the use of approved form 1481, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given); or

(c)   if the applicant is outside Australia, and an officer has authorised the use of approved form 1481, an application may also be made at a diplomatic, consular or migration office maintained by or on behalf of the Commonwealth outside Australia.

 


 

Schedule 5— Arrangements for Temporary Activity
(Class GG) visa

 

Item No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

A Primary Applicant for a Temporary Activity
(Class GG) visa and a Secondary Applicant for a Temporary Activity
(Class GG) visa, who is making a combined application with the Primary Applicant.

1480 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1480.

An application must be made:

(a)  as an internet application; or

(b)   in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address,    authorising the use of form 1480 or 1481, by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given); or

(c)    if the applicant is outside Australia, and an officer has authorised the use of approved form 1480 or 1481,an application may also be made at a diplomatic, consular or migration office maintained by or on behalf of the Commonwealth outside Australia.

2

A Secondary Applicant for a Temporary Activity (Class GG) visa who is not making a combined application with the Primary Applicant.  

1481 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1481.

 


 

Schedule 6— Arrangements for Training (Class GF) visa

 

Item No.

COLUMN A

Kind of Applicant

COLUMN B

Approved Form

COLUMN C

Place and Manner

1

A Primary Applicant for a Training (Class GF) visa and a Secondary Applicant for a Training (Class GF) visa, who is making a combined application with the Primary Applicant.  

1479 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1479.

An application must be made:

(a)      as an internet application; or

(b)     in accordance with the directions set out in an email sent by an officer, from an official departmental email address,     authorising the use of form 1479 or 1481 by the end of the next day after which the authorising email was sent (AEST or AEDST as applicable to the date on which the authorisation was given); or

(c)    if the applicant is outside Australia, and an officer has authorised the use of approved form 1479 or  approved form 1481, at a diplomatic, consular or migration office maintained by or on behalf of the Commonwealth outside Australia.

2

A Secondary Applicant for a Training (Class GF) visa who is not making a combined application with the Primary Applicant.

1481 (Internet); or

if authorised by the Department, 1481.

 


 

Schedule 7—Repeals

Migration (IMMI 17/127: Arrangements for Temporary Work and Temporary Activity Visa Applications) Instrument 2017 (F2017L01480)

1  The whole of the instrument

Repeal the instrument.