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The fees payable in the federal courts and tribunals will increase from 1 July 2021 to reflect changes to the consumer price index over the past financial year. 

This is an automatic increase provided by the relevant fee regulations. 

Please find the notice published in the Government Notices Gazette on 17 June 2021 setting out the new fees payable.

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The family will now reside in suburban Perth through a community detention placement, close to schools and support services, while the youngest child receives medical treatment from the nearby Perth Children’s Hospital and as the family pursues ongoing legal matters.

Today’s decision releases the family from held detention and facilitates ongoing treatment, while they pursue ongoing litigation before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Court and High Court. Importantly, today’s decision does not create a pathway to a visa.

Source: Statement-on-the-Sri-Lankan-family-held-in-detention.pdf

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The Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) undertakes a biannual update of the exchange rates for the specified foreign currencies to the Australian dollar.

The purpose of this instrument is to reflect changes in foreign currencies exchange rates since the previous update. LIN 21/003 ensures that Home Affairs officers stationed at overseas posts can advise on and collect the correct amount of visa application charge payments from clients.

Source: LIN21003.pdf and LIN21003-Explanatory-Statement.pdf

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The purpose of the instrument is to undertake a biannual update of the places where payment of a fee may be made and the corresponding currencies that must be used for payment of a fee in that place.

The instrument specifies the country in which payment of a fee may be made and the currency in which a fee may be paid in that place. It enables the Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) to advise on and accept only those currencies that are readily and legally accessible to the public and bankable by each overseas office.

Source: LIN21004.pdf and LIN21004-Explanatory-Statement.pdf

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Dear Partner,

We are excited to announce a new hospital excess option for Overseas Visitor Health Cover (OVHC) working visa product. From 6 July, working visa members will have the option of either a $0 or $500 hospital excess, which means members will soon be able to reduce their premium by choosing to pay a $500 hospital excess.

We have also updated our pricing for single, couple and family OVHC products, effective from 6 July 2021.

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