Australian Migration Law

Unit code: LML6002 | Study level: Postgraduate
12
(One credit point is usually equivalent to one hour of study per week)
City Queen
Online Real Time
Online Self-Paced
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Overview

This unit deals with the fundamentals of Australian Migration law, the role of migration agents and the application of migration law and policy. It will cover the history of Australian migration law. The development and structure of Australia’s immigration system legislation and policy and the establishment of the Migration Agent profession.  It examines the fundamentals of Australia's visa system including making valid visa application procedures for decision-making and general requirements for most visas.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the various levels of legislation, case law and policy and the Australian immigration system through interpretation and application of Australian migration law in a variety of scenarios.
  2. Undertake research to assess current and relevant information from a range of sources to develop and deliver migration advice.
  3. Demonstrate sound knowledge of relevant legislation to provide advice on procedures for valid visa applications.
  4. Critically analyse and discuss the role and regulation of migration agents.
  5. Formulate and implement communication strategies orientated to key stakeholders including clients.

Study as a single unit

This unit can be studied on its own, without enrolling in a full degree.

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Assessment

For Melbourne campuses

Assessment type: Assignment
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Grade: 20%
Online quiz (10 points) and short answer question (10 points)
Assessment type: Assignment
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Grade: 35%
Providing alternative resolution of complex problems in migration law, policy, administrative and ethical practices. (2000 words)
Assessment type: Examination
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Grade: 45%
Final Examination

Required reading

Required readings will be made available via VU Collaborate.

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