Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF)

Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF)

Education / February 18, 2016 /

Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP) was showcased to the world in regards to the business and high quality of students that Australia wants to intake and is open for. SVP enables the universities to compete globally for the finest students that are into the ongoing visa procedures. It also allows the universities to bring in the procedures that make the retaining students improve their present results.

The Australian Government has announced all the certainties towards the introduction of a Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF) which is set to replace SVP by mid-2016. These changes will decrease the number of subclasses in a student visa category from eight to two and introduce a simplified single immigration risk framework for all the International students.

The introduction of a Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF) will support and endorse the impartiality and provide backing to an environment where high-quality and low-risk providers can flourish. And, during the process, improve the competitiveness of ‘education over the globe’. This change is a result of the government's affirmation to back the International education with the help of a good policy and efficient guidelines.

1. What is SSVF?

SSVF is Simplified Student visa Framework which will soon replace the present Streamline Visa Processing. It will simplify the subclasses for visa and bring it down to two instead of eight in place at an instance. It is an effort made to initialize a single and simplified immigration risk framework for all International students.

2. What is the purpose of introducing Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF)?

SSVF is created to make the visa process simple for students. It has a targeted approach towards analyzing the student and institution integrity.

3. When does Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) start?

It is expected to be implemented by June 2016.

4. What parameters will be used to judge the visa risk?

  • Immigration risk outcome of a Student's Education provider is a university or a college where the student applies for his/her further studies.
  • Country of Citizenship

5. How do these parameters affect the processing of my visa application?

Suggested immigration risk and student country of citizenship will decide the documentation which must be required for a visa towards economic capacity and the level of English that particular student may need before planning to study in Australia.

Which other criteria can affect?

Student's intention of studying in Australia and GTE criteria will always stay intact. It is expected that the student should conduct a proper research on the course and institution before taking a decision of studying in Australia.

Once Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF) will be implemented next year, students will have much clarity about the quality of institutions and its requirement and also have simple method to judge the same. In addition to being better than Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP), SSVF has delighted Australia’s international educators because the Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) will be much easier for potential students to understand and apply for their preferred university.

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