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Reply by the Minister to the Question on Refund of 20,000 applications

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Visa Cancellations


(Question No. 17)


Mr Morrison asked the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, in writing, on 30 September 2010.


In respect of the Minister’s announcement of the cancellation of about 20,000 visa applications made prior to 1 September

2007: (a) what is the estimated total sum of the value of application fees that will be refunded; (b) what total sum has been refunded as at 30 September; and © by what date are all application fees expected to be refunded.


Mr Bowen—The answer to the honourable member’s question is as follows:


(a) The estimated total value of applications to be refunded is $14.4 million

(b) $156,625 has been refunded as at 30 September 2010

© the completion of the refund process is dependant on the Department receiving from clients their correct current bank

account and contact details. The Department has requested this information, but has not yet received responses from all

the clients.

HRC|496|30.08.07|Occup-Public Relations Profess|Ack -24.1.08|C.O.-20.10.09,11-05-2012|Med-09.09,06.12|PCC-09.09,15.05|Job veri-3.09.09|Grant-Got it Finally... on 18-June-2012:biglaugh:

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