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9.3 Visa Conditions

Introduction

This chapter contains details about visa conditions. A visa condition is a requirement, imposed by the Migration Regulations, with which the visa-holder must comply. A condition may be mandatory (i.e. the Migration Regulations provide that the condition MUST be imposed) or discretionary (the Migration Regulations provide that it MAY be imposed, and a decision maker decides in a particular case to impose it). Breach of a visa condition means that the visa may be cancelled under Migration Act section 116(1)(b). The most common conditions imposed on visas are a prohibition or restriction on work or study.

 

In this chapter

This chapter contains the following sections:

9.3.1 Visa Conditions 8101 - 8115

9.3.2 Visa Conditions 8201 - 8207

9.3.3 Visa Conditions 8301 - 8303

9.3.4 Visa Conditions 8401 - 8403

9.3.5 Visa Conditions 8501 - 8564

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Last reviewed: 12 August 2013


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