Migration Review Mechanisms

Unit code: LML6006 | Study level: Postgraduate
12
(Generally, 1 credit = 10 hours of classes and independent study.)
City Queen
Online Real Time
Online Self-Paced
Other
LML6001 - Practitioner Legal Skills for Australian Migration Law
LML6002 - Australian Migration Law
LML6003 - Australia's Visa System 1
LML6004 - Australia’s Visa System 2
(Or equivalent to be determined by unit coordinator)
Overview
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Overview

This unit examines the regulatory framework that ensures compliance with Migration Law in Australia. This subject will cover grounds for refusal or cancellation of visas; merits and judicial review of decisions and ministerial discretion. Students will learn to appraise pathways and options open to clients, determine strategies and formulate submissions.

Learning Outcomes

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

  1. Identify and critically analyse requirements and procedures relating to appeals and reviews.
  2. Recognise when and how to undertake appropriate research to prepare submissions, and effectively advocate for clients.
  3. Determine and implement appropriate advocacy strategies in negotiation with key stakeholders.
  4. Plan and prepare communication strategies with key stakeholders including clients and government.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of ethical and professional standards, including duty of care, informed consent and the nature of independent advice.

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
|
Grade: 20%
Online quiz (10 points) and short answer question (10 points)
Assessment type: Assignment
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Grade: 35%
A written submission to government or client addressing review process and criteria. (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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