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22 January 2016

Xun Fu Ian HII


2 Pindari St
Glen Waverley VIC 3150

In reply please quote:


Client Name
Date of Birth
Date of Visa Application
Application ID
Transaction Reference Number
File Number

Xun Fu Ian HII


05 October 1995
21 January 2016
890588911
EGOAMFB5VK
BCC2016/319267

Transmission Method

Email sent to ianhii0308@gmail.com

Dear Xun Fu Ian HII


Notification of grant of a Bridging visa
I wish to advise that a decision has been made and a bridging visa has been granted on 22
January 2016 to each of the applicants listed in the attached Bridging Visa Grant Notice(s),
which contain important information about your visa.
Please keep a copy of this letter and the Bridging Visa Grant Notice in a safe place for your
reference.
Questions about this decision
If you have questions about this decision, or the process or information that was taken into
account, you may contact us by any of the means listed below.
Changes to your circumstances
Up until the time a decision is made on your Student (Temporary) visa application, 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 circumstances (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 even if the visa
you have applied for is granted, it may later be cancelled.
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.

Client Services Melbourne


OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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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
We prefer contact with this office concerning your application to be electronic via our website.
We try to respond to all online enquiries within seven (7) working days.
Please visit our website available at www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa
Yours sincerely
Taya
Position Number: 60041103
Client Services Officer
Client Services Melbourne
Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Client Services Melbourne


OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

BRIDGING VISA GRANT NOTICE

Application details
Date of Visa Application
21 January 2016
Application ID
890588911
Transaction Reference Number EGOAMFB5VK
(TRN)
File Number
BCC2016/319267
A Bridging visa (class WB) has been granted to the applicant listed in the table below to
allow you to remain in Australia during the processing of your application for a Student
(Temporary) (class TU) Vocational Education and Training Sector (subclass 572) visa.
Bridging visa grant details
Client Name

Xun Fu Ian HII

Bridging Visa Class

Bridging B (class WB)

Bridging Visa Subclass

Bridging B (subclass 020)

Date Of Birth

05 October 1995

Client ID

20037397512

Visa Grant Number

0039526627037

Visa Grant Date

22 January 2016

Passport Number

K31150404

Must not arrive after

26 February 2016

Travel Facility

Multiple

Visa Conditions

8115 - BUSINESS VISITOR ACTIVITY

About your bridging visa


This bridging visa is not in effect because your Electronic Travel Authority visa is currently in
effect.
If your Electronic Travel Authority visa is cancelled, you should contact the department
immediately. Your Bridging visa may not come into effect and will not allow you to remain
lawfully in Australia.
This bridging visa allows you to remain lawfully in Australia until 28 calendar days after you
are notified of a decision on your application for a Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational
Education and Training Sector (subclass 572) visa.
Client Services Melbourne
OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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If your Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational Education and Training Sector (subclass
572) visa application is refused and you apply for a merits review of that decision within the
required timeframe, this bridging visa will allow you to remain in Australia until 28 calendar
days after you are notified of the merits review outcome by the merits review tribunal.
If the merits review tribunal remits your application to the department for reconsideration, this
bridging visa will allow you to remain lawfully in Australia until 28 calendar days after you are
notified by the department of the decision on your Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational
Education and Training Sector (subclass 572) visa application.
If you withdraw your Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational Education and Training
Sector (subclass 572) visa application or your merits review application, this bridging visa will
allow you to remain lawfully in Australia until 28 calendar days after that withdrawal.
If you hold any substantive visa, and that substantive visa is cancelled, you should contact
the department immediately. Your Bridging visa may have ceased and no longer allow you to
remain lawfully in Australia.
More information about bridging visas is available at www.border.gov.au
Travel overseas
This Bridging visa B replaces the previous Bridging visa A or Bridging visa B granted in
association with your application for a Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational Education
and Training Sector (subclass 572) visa.
Your Bridging visa B allows you to leave and return to Australia on multiple occasions until
26 February 2016. You must make sure that you return to Australia before this date.
If you are in Australia after 26 February 2016, this bridging visa allows you to remain in
Australia, but not to travel overseas again, until your substantive visa application is decided.
When you are outside Australia on your Bridging visa B you are still required to provide any
information requested by the department within the prescribed timeframe. Failure to provide
requested information within the prescribed timeframe may result in a decision being made
on your Student (Temporary) (class TU) Vocational Education and Training Sector (subclass
572) visa application whilst you are outside Australia. This will have an impact on the expiry
date of your Bridging visa B.
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.

Client Services Melbourne


OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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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 travelling to any one of these countries and will spend 28 days or longer in any one
of these countries, we strongly encourage you to have a polio vaccination prior to departing
Australia, or as soon as possible after arriving overseas. 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.
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
Permission to work
When your Bridging visa (class WB) is in effect, you will have limited permission to work.
Permission to study
When your Bridging visa (class WB) is in effect, you will have full permission to study.
Bridging visa conditions
Your bridging visa has been granted subject to the conditions specified in the table above
and outlined below in more detail. If you do not comply with these conditions, there may be
serious consequences including:

visa cancellation
detention
removal from Australia

8115 Business Visitor Activity


The holder must not work in Australia other than by engaging in a business visitor activity.

Client Services Melbourne


OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au

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Taya
Position Number: 60041103
Client Services Officer
Client Services Melbourne
Department of Immigration and Border Protection
22 January 2016

Client Services Melbourne


OFFICE:Level 25 Casselden Place 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
POSTAL:GPO Box 241 Melbourne VIC 3001
EMAIL: vic.admin.client.services@border.gov.au WEBSITE: www.border.gov.au