There are five different assessment levels that an applicant for an Australian student visa assessment program.
The different assessment levels are required to all student visa requirements to the immigration for the risk posed by the applicants from particular countries who want to study in a particular educational division. The assessment level one also signifies the lowest immigration risks as well as the assessment level five. The higher the assessment level, the more the qualifications an applicant is required to show so that he or she can support their claim to grant them a student visa.
Assessment levels can be rationalized in the process which allows the immigration department to deliver faster and more accurate service to the applicants at the same time maintain good integrity of the Australian immigration program for people who wishes to work, study, or live in the country.
Transparency is the most important trait for an applicant to get approval from the assessors aside from providing complete visa requirements and consistent decisions in order to get also the approval of the student visa program. Currently, Australia grants 190 different countries for student visa program while the assessment levels work as an objective measure to reduce the risk of immigration for each applicant or student groups which helps in determining visa requirements and also to accommodate consistent decisions across diverse nationalities of applicants.
How does the immigration department determine the assessment level of an applicant? Well, each country has an assigned assessment level based on a calculated immigration risk that is posed by students from that country who studies in a different education sector. This also means that the assessment level depends on which country the student is from which is also a big factor in whether or not give them approval.
The immigration department examines the identification when evaluating the level of assessment of a particular country along with the completion of the applicant’s visa requirements and other indicators of their immigration risk based on the previous year which is why it is also important to Compare multiple providers for the 485 visa.
The applicants have to provide a higher level of proof to support their claims that they want to study in Australia based on statistical pointers which were shown that the applicant has a higher level of immigration risk based on the previous year or period where the immigration department increases the assessment level according to the immigration risk.
If the applicant follows all the necessary visa requirements, they are able to lower the immigration risk which also lowers the assessment level and helps the streamlining their visa process which also by reducing the level of evidences that an applicant needs to submit to the assessor as a support to their claims for a student visa.
The immigration department regularly does a comprehensive risk assessment of the entire student visa caseload as well as reviewing the assessment levels to make sure that they do not violate any rights of the applicants and also to ensure that their assessment levels are still aligned to the immigration laws.