LLW3007 - Australian Migration Law
|1.||Critically review major permanent visa programs in Australia, justifying their importance and applicability in contemporary times;|
|2.||Interrogate the temporary entry visa programs in Australia and explain their purpose;|
|3.||Interpret and apply relevant requirements of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) and the Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth) and relevant Commonwealth Government policy and procedures in relation to the Australian visa system in interrogating contemporary visa problems;|
|4.||Exemplify professional judgement by identifying the appropriate visa category to meet the needs of a variety of clients; and|
|5.||Communicate clearly to hypothetical clients visa refusal, cancellation and review as well as appeal processes with responsibility and cultural sensitivity.|
|Test||In class test – 1 hour||10%|
|Assignment||Assignment Task requiring students to resolve problems relating to migration law (2,000 words)||40%|
|Examination||Examination 3 hours (30 minutes oral plus 2 hours 30 minutes written)||50%|
Australian Migration Legislation Collection,
Fernandez, Rodger, Gerkens, Murray, Yau, Dominic, Ozyurek, Sherene; January 2021,
Australian Immigration Companion, 9th Edition,
Fernandez, Rodger, Gerkens, Murray, Kenny, Janelle, Ozyurek, Sherene, Yau,
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