New conditions for temporary visa holders

November 19, 2017

If you apply for, and are granted, a temporary visa on or after 18 November 2017 you will be subject to new conditions on your visa:
•    Condition 8303 - prohibits activities that endanger or threaten any individual, or activities disruptive to, or violence threatening harm to, the Australian community or a group within the Australian community. 
•    Condition 8304 - requires temporary visa holders to identify themselves by the same name in all dealings with Commonwealth, state or territory government agencies. If you change your name, you must inform all government agencies of this name change, including the Department of Immigration, as soon as possible. 
•    Condition 8564 - requires individuals not to engage in criminal conduct. If you receive a criminal conviction during your stay in Australia, your visa may be cancelled.

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