Australia cancels visas of 15,066 foreign students
Australian authorities have cancelled 15,066 student visas of foreign nationals for breaching visa conditions, reports said.
The Australian Immigration Department has already cancelled 15,066 foreign student visas in the past year, a 37 per cent spike from the previous year.
About 3,624 students are facing deportation for flunking subjects or missing classes and a further 2,235 visas were cancelled on students who quit their original courses and were either working illegally, in some cases in brothels, 'The Daily telegraph' reported.
Under the new rules, University graduates will have the right to work in Australia for two years after they graduate, leaving vocational training students to wait on a second tranche of changes, due next year, to find out where they stand. Nepalnews.com