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7 September 2015

Aleksandra SIMIC
Vlade Bajcevica 23/19 Belgrade
Belgrade Mirijevo 11000
SERBIA
In reply please quote:
Client Name
Date of Birth
Date of Visa Application
Application ID
Transaction Reference Number
File Number

Aleksandra SIMIC
31 March 1988
07 September 2015
910584140
EGO9IIV8B1
BCC2015/2601906

Transmission Method

Email sent to Alexandrasimic88@gmail.com

Dear Aleksandra SIMIC


Notification of grant of a Maritime Crew (Temporary) (class ZM) Maritime crew
(subclass 988) visa
I wish to advise that a decision has been made on this application and visas have been granted
on 07 September 2015 to the applicant(s) listed in the attached Visa Grant Notice, which
contains important information about your visa(s).
Please keep a copy of this letter and the Visa Grant Notice in a safe place for your reference.
The date on this notification, and the date of visa grant, are according to Australian Eastern
Standard Time [UTC +10] (incorporating Daylight Saving Time [UTC +11], if applicable) on
the relevant day. Depending on your location, these dates may differ by one day from your
local date and may be in the future. Despite this, your Australian visa is already in effect there is no need to delay travel to Australia until the commencement of the later day.
Changes to your circumstances
Up until the time you arrive in Australia, you are required to tell us about any changes to your
circumstances that may affect any answer to a question in your application form including
your name, passport, contact details, address or family members as soon as possible. You are
required to do this in writing and can use Form 1022 Notification of changes in circumstance
(Section 104 of the Migration Act 1958),which is available at www.border.gov.au/forms/
Documents/1022.pdf. Failure to notify the department of your new circumstances can have
serious consequences and your visa may be cancelled.
Maritime Global Processing Centre
OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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After you arrive in Australia, it is still important that you tell us about any changes to your
circumstances as soon as possible. You are required to do this in writing and can use one of
the forms available at www.border.gov.au/about/corporate/information/faqs/i-have-lodgedmy-visa-application-but-things-have-changed-how-do-i-update-my-application
Client service information
We value your compliments, complaints and suggestions. Your compliments let us know
where we are performing well and your complaints and suggestions help us improve the
services we provide.
Further information on our Client Service Charter and how to make a compliment, complaint
or suggestion is available at www.border.gov.au/about/contact/provide-feedback
Contacting this processing office
If you need to contact us about this application, we prefer that you do this by email. This
helps us to continue processing all applications as quickly as we can. Please make sure you
include your name, date of birth and Transaction Reference Number in your email to us.
Our email address is mcv@border.gov.au
Yours sincerely
Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Maritime Global Processing Centre


OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

VISA GRANT NOTICE


THIS VISA IS NOT VALID FOR AIR TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA
Aleksandra SIMIC

Application details
Date of Visa Application
Transaction Reference Number (TRN)
Application ID
File Number

07 September 2015
EGO9IIV8B1
910584140
BCC2015/2601906

Applicant Details
Applicant Type

Main Applicant

Applicant Name

Aleksandra SIMIC

Date of Birth

31 March 1988

Client ID

51596371960

Grant Details
Visa Class

Maritime Crew (Temporary) (class ZM)

Visa Subclass

Maritime crew (subclass 988)

Visa Grant Number

0059585497744

Visa Grant Date

07 September 2015

Travel Document Number

010153024

Travel Document Country

SRB

Must Not Arrive After

07 September 2018 subject to the legal requirements


outlined in the Maintaining a valid visa section below

Stay Period

For 3 years from the Visa Grant Date, unless any of the
circumstances mentioned in clause 988.512 of Schedule
2 to the Migration Regulations 1994 occur, as mentioned
below

Travel Facility

Multiple THIS VISA IS NOT VALID FOR AIR TRAVEL


TO AUSTRALIA

Maritime Global Processing Centre


OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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Visa Conditions

8113 - WORK AS SEACREW ONLY

Stay period
This visa allows you multiple travel to Australia by sea only, for 3 years from the Visa Grant
Date, unless any of the circumstances mentioned in clause 988.512 of Schedule 2 to the
Migration Regulations 1994 occur as mentioned below, which means that you can leave and
re-enter Australia as a crew member on a ship as many as required during this period.
THIS VISA IS NOT VALID FOR AIR TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA
Visa conditions and entitlements
Your visa has been granted subject to the conditions specified in the table. If you do not
comply with these conditions, there may be serious consequences including:

visa cancellation

detention

removal from Australia


Maintaining a valid visa
Your visa allows you multiple entries to Australia by sea only, for 3 years from the Visa
Grant Date. Your visa will cease before this time if any of the circumstances mentioned in
clause 988.512 of Schedule 2 to the Migration Regulations 1994 occur.
For example, your Maritime Crew Visa will automatically cease if:

you do not sign onto a non-military ship within 5 days of arriving in Australia by air on a
Transit visa and hold no other visa to remain in Australia; or
any other visa that you hold is cancelled; or
you sign off your ship and do not sign on to another non-military ship within 5 days and
do not depart Australia before whichever is the later of 5 days after you sign off your
ship or the expiry of any other visa you hold; or
the ship on which you have entered Australia is imported or entered for home
consumption but not registered in the Australian International Shipping Register under
the Customs Act 1901, and you do not sign on to another non-military ship within 5 days
after your ship was imported or entered for home consumption, and you do not depart
Australia before whichever is the later of 5 days after you ship was imported or entered
for home consumption or the expiry of another visa you hold.

If you are not the holder of another visa, and you do not sign on to another non-military ship
within 5 days of signing off your ship or within 5 days of your ship being imported or entered
for home consumption, and you are not able to depart Australia within the same 5 day period,
you should contact an authorised officer of Australian Customs or the department to request
an extension to the 5 day period. Any request must be made to and decided by the authorised
officer before the 5 day period expires.
Your Maritime Crew Visa may also be ceased if a written declaration is made by the Minister
for Immigration and Border Protection that your travel to and entry, or presence in Australia,

Maritime Global Processing Centre


OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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is undesirable. A declaration may be made, for example, if you are found undertaking work
while in Australia that is inconsistent with your duties as a crew on board a non-military ship.
Please Note That it is very important that you understand and follow these requirements. If
you fail to do so your visa will cease and you may be detained until arrangements for your
departure from Australia are made.
If you do not understand these requirements you should contact the Maritime
Global Processing Centre in Australia for further information. You can email us at
mcv@border.gov.au
Checking your visa details
You can check and email your visa details and conditions at any time using the Visa
Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system. To access VEVO, you can either use the QR
Code provided above or visit www.border.gov.au/vevo
You will need to enter the following information:

Your Visa Grant Number or Transaction Reference Number, and

Your passport or ImmiCard information.


You can also check and email your visa details through the myVEVO mobile app.
Travelling to and from Australia
You can provide evidence that you have the authority to travel to and enter Australia, and/
or remain in Australia by showing your passport or ImmiCard linked to your electronic visa
record.
More information is available at www.border.gov.au/aboutyourvisa
Most countries have specific entry, exit and visa requirements. If you are transiting or exiting
through another country, it is your responsibility to check with the relevant government
authorities. The Australian Government cannot advise on other countries' requirements.
Polio vaccinations
On 5 May 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) Director General declared the recent
international spread of wild type polio virus to be a Public Health Emergency of International
Concern under the International Health Regulations (IHR). Nine countries, listed below, have
been identified as having suffered recent outbreaks of polio.
If you are from one of the countries listed below, or have spent 28 days or longer in these
countries on or after 5 May 2014 we encourage you to have a polio vaccination prior to
departing for Australia. Having the vaccination will also assist in eradicating the spread of
polio.
To obtain maximum benefit in assisting with the eradication of the spread of polio, it is
advisable to have the vaccination at least 4 weeks prior to your travel.

Maritime Global Processing Centre


OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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Countries: Afghanistan, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan,


Somalia, Syria
Further information is available from www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Heal/Overview-of-thehealth-requirement/Threats-to-public-health
Yours sincerely
Department of Immigration and Border Protection
07 September 2015

Maritime Global Processing Centre


OFFICE: 299 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000
POSTAL: GPO Box 9984 Brisbane QLD 4001
EMAIL: mcv@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au