Our ImmiAccount online tool recently reached a significant milestone when the total number of ImmiAccounts passed three million.
If you are in Australia and your visa has expired, you should contact our Community Status Resolution Service (CSRS) as soon as possible.
The Department is changing the way it interacts with our clients by investing in technology that provides access to online self-service options at any time, anywhere.
This post is part of the On the Move blog series, which brings you posts focussing on the use of census data in a temporary migration context. These posts have been prepared by our Economic Analysis Unit.
On 2 June 2014 the government repealed the following visas:
Parent (non-contributory) visas:
- subclass 103 (Parent)
- subclass 804 (Aged Parent)
Other Family visas:
If you have overstayed your visa, you should visit an immigration office as soon as possible and ask to speak to an immigration officer from the Community Status Resolution Service, known as the CSRS.