Visa applications information

This request has had an unusual response, and requires attention from the Right to Know team.

Dear Department of Home Affairs,

Please provide information for the following -

1. The average visa applications processing time for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

2. Number of visa applications lodged and granted for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

4. Number of visa applications pending (yet to be decided) for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa till 15th December, 2021

5. Total Number of Bridging Visa B holders (separate figures for onshore and offshore separately)

6. Number of Bridging Visa B holders who have requested and Number of Bridging Visa B holders who have been granted inbound/outbound travel exemptions till date

Yours faithfully,

Johny Sebastian

FOI, Department of Home Affairs

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relating to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).  Visit the
FOI Information on our Website for more information on what [1]information
can be accessed under the FOI Act 1982.

 

What is a valid FOI request?

 

A valid FOI request may be for:

- documents you previously provided to the Department as part of a visa
application

- a copy of a decision record made by the Department

- statistical information held by the Department

- papers or briefings the Department prepared.

 

If your email is a valid FOI request, the Department will contact you
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A valid FOI request must:

o Be in writing and state the request is for consideration under the FOI
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Due to the current high volume of requests, we will not provide progress
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process as many requests as possible, including yours.

 

If processing your request is going to take us a lot of time and because
it is large or unspecific, it may be refused.  

 

Still have a question or request?

If you still have a question, which has not been answered above, and which
is about the work of the Department, use our general enquiries web page

[2]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-sup...

 

You may be able to resolve your enquiry faster using these other resources

 

We only action and respond to FOI requests that are valid under the
Freedom of Information Act 1982. You may be able to resolve your enquiry
faster by using these resources:

 

General information about travelling to Australia:

 

The Department of Home Affairs, “Entering Australia” site
[3]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/entering...

 

·       For visa and our requirements for entry to Australia
[4]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/ge...

For a copy of your visa refusal or visa grant letter you should contact
the office where you lodged your visa application. 

·       To check your current visa details and conditions use the
Department’s Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) portal which can
be accessed [5]here

·       If you are experiencing technical difficulties in lodging your
visa application through ImmiAccount, submit your concerns through the
ImmiAccount Technical Support Form, which is accessible [6]here.

·       For evidence of your Australian Citizenship please refer [7]here.
The FOI Section does not process these requests.

·       For movement records or travel history complete the online
International Movement Records form [8]here. The FOI Section does not
process these requests.

·       To update your details, including your Passport details, you can
notify the Department [9]here. The FOI Section does not process these
requests.

 

 

We appreciate your feedback         

We appreciate your feedback to help improve our services.

 

If you would like to provide feedback to us please use our Compliments,
complaints and suggestions form.
[10]https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-and-...

 

 

Thank you

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FOI, Department of Home Affairs

OFFICIAL: Sensitive
Personal-Privacy

In reply please quote:
FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745
File Number: OBJ2021/36359

Dear Johny Sebastian,

Acknowledgement of Freedom of Information Access request
I refer to your correspondence received on 19 December 2021 seeking access to documents held by the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).

Scope of request
You have requested access to the following:
1. The average visa applications processing time for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

2. Number of visa applications lodged and granted for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

4. Number of visa applications pending (yet to be decided) for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa till 15th December, 2021

5. Total Number of Bridging Visa B holders (separate figures for onshore and offshore separately)

6. Number of Bridging Visa B holders who have requested and Number of Bridging Visa B holders who have been granted inbound/outbound travel exemptions till date

Your request was received by the Department on 19 December 2021 and has been allocated FOI request number FA 21/12/00745 . Please include your FOI request number in all correspondence with the Freedom of Information Section.

Timeframe for receiving your decision
The statutory timeframe for processing a request is 30 days from the date upon which your application was received by the Department.

Your review rights in relation to your request are available on the website of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.

Exclusion of staff details
The Department’s policy is to exclude the personal details of staff not in the Senior Executive Service (SES), as well as the direct contact details of SES staff, contained in documents that fall within scope of an FOI request. If you require personal details of non-SES officers, or direct contact details of SES staff, please inform us so the decision maker may consider your request. Otherwise we will take it that you agree to that information being excluded from the scope of your request.

Duplicate documents
If the FOI decision-maker deems a document to be a duplicate, they will not assess those pages as part of your FOI request. This means that if a there is a decision to release the document to you, you will receive only one copy, even if multiple copies of that document exist.
Publication of document

Where documents are released to you in response to your request, the Department may be required to publish these documents on its website within 10 working days in accordance with section 11C of the FOI Act. Publication will not be required where the documents contain personal or business affairs information.

Contacting the FOI Section
Should you wish to discuss your request you may contact the FOI Section at [Department of Home Affairs request email].

Kind regards,

FOI Officer - Geoff
Freedom of Information
Department of Home Affairs

E: [Department of Home Affairs request email]

Personal-Privacy
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Dear FOI,

This is regarding my FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745 (File Number: OBJ2021/36359).

It seems that my FOI request is taking more than the usual time of response.

Is it because Department doesn't have all the information on-hand currently and needs to prepare the information?

The Department can provide me with the information that's already and easily available with the Department firstly and for information requiring intensive search, it can provide me afterwards as well within the scope of the FOI Act.

Yours sincerely,

Johny Sebastian

Dear FOI,

May I ask what is causing delay to respond to my FOI request.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Johny Sebastian

FOI, Department of Home Affairs

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Your email has been received by the Department of Home Affairs Freedom of
Information (FOI) Section.

 

The FOI section only responds to valid FOI requests and other matters
relating to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).  Visit the
FOI Information on our Website for more information on what [1]information
can be accessed under the FOI Act 1982.

 

What is a valid FOI request?

 

A valid FOI request may be for:

- documents you previously provided to the Department as part of a visa
application

- a copy of a decision record made by the Department

- statistical information held by the Department

- papers or briefings the Department prepared.

 

If your email is a valid FOI request, the Department will contact you
shortly to acknowledge your request.

 

A valid FOI request must:

o Be in writing and state the request is for consideration under the FOI
Act.
o Have enough information for us to be able to identify the documents
you are seeking.
o Provide a physical or electronic address where we can send our
decision.

 

Do not send duplicate emails as this may cause longer delays in processing
times.

 

What is an invalid FOI request?

 

Invalid FOI requests may include:

- Making a visa application

- Seeking evidence of your Australian Citizenship

- Seeking information about traveling to or departing Australia.

 

If your email is not specific an FOI request or FOI related matter, the
FOI section will not respond.

 

What happens next?

Once we receive and have registered your FOI request, we will send you an
acknowledgment letter by email. Read the acknowledgment letter carefully
for further instructions.

 

FOI requests are generally processed in the order they are received.

 

We will contact you as soon as the Department has assessed your request
under the FOI Act.

 

We’re responding to a large volume of requests

Due to the current high volume of requests, we will not provide progress
up-dates on current FOI requests.  This is to ensure we are able to
process as many requests as possible, including yours.

 

If processing your request is going to take us a lot of time and because
it is large or unspecific, it may be refused.  

 

Still have a question or request?

If you still have a question, which has not been answered above, and which
is about the work of the Department, use our general enquiries web page

[2]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-sup...

 

You may be able to resolve your enquiry faster using these other resources

 

We only action and respond to FOI requests that are valid under the
Freedom of Information Act 1982. You may be able to resolve your enquiry
faster by using these resources:

 

General information about travelling to Australia:

 

The Department of Home Affairs, “Entering Australia” site
[3]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/entering...

 

·       For visa and our requirements for entry to Australia
[4]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/ge...

For a copy of your visa refusal or visa grant letter you should contact
the office where you lodged your visa application. 

·       To check your current visa details and conditions use the
Department’s Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) portal which can
be accessed [5]here

·       If you are experiencing technical difficulties in lodging your
visa application through ImmiAccount, submit your concerns through the
ImmiAccount Technical Support Form, which is accessible [6]here.

·       For evidence of your Australian Citizenship please refer [7]here.
The FOI Section does not process these requests.

·       For movement records or travel history complete the online
International Movement Records form [8]here. The FOI Section does not
process these requests.

·       To update your details, including your Passport details, you can
notify the Department [9]here. The FOI Section does not process these
requests.

 

 

We appreciate your feedback         

We appreciate your feedback to help improve our services.

 

If you would like to provide feedback to us please use our Compliments,
complaints and suggestions form.
[10]https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-and-...

 

 

Thank you

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Department of Home Affairs's handling of my FOI request 'Visa applications information'.

I haven't received response on my FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745, File Number: OBJ2021/36359 although it has already been 30 days of my request.

Yours faithfully,

Johny Sebastian

FOI, Department of Home Affairs

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 

Your email has been received by the Department of Home Affairs Freedom of
Information (FOI) Section.

 

The FOI section only responds to valid FOI requests and other matters
relating to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).  Visit the
FOI Information on our Website for more information on what [1]information
can be accessed under the FOI Act 1982.

 

What is a valid FOI request?

 

A valid FOI request may be for:

- documents you previously provided to the Department as part of a visa
application

- a copy of a decision record made by the Department

- statistical information held by the Department

- papers or briefings the Department prepared.

 

If your email is a valid FOI request, the Department will contact you
shortly to acknowledge your request.

 

A valid FOI request must:

o Be in writing and state the request is for consideration under the FOI
Act.
o Have enough information for us to be able to identify the documents
you are seeking.
o Provide a physical or electronic address where we can send our
decision.

 

Do not send duplicate emails as this may cause longer delays in processing
times.

 

What is an invalid FOI request?

 

Invalid FOI requests may include:

- Making a visa application

- Seeking evidence of your Australian Citizenship

- Seeking information about traveling to or departing Australia.

 

If your email is not specific an FOI request or FOI related matter, the
FOI section will not respond.

 

What happens next?

Once we receive and have registered your FOI request, we will send you an
acknowledgment letter by email. Read the acknowledgment letter carefully
for further instructions.

 

FOI requests are generally processed in the order they are received.

 

We will contact you as soon as the Department has assessed your request
under the FOI Act.

 

We’re responding to a large volume of requests

Due to the current high volume of requests, we will not provide progress
up-dates on current FOI requests.  This is to ensure we are able to
process as many requests as possible, including yours.

 

If processing your request is going to take us a lot of time and because
it is large or unspecific, it may be refused.  

 

Still have a question or request?

If you still have a question, which has not been answered above, and which
is about the work of the Department, use our general enquiries web page

[2]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-sup...

 

You may be able to resolve your enquiry faster using these other resources

 

We only action and respond to FOI requests that are valid under the
Freedom of Information Act 1982. You may be able to resolve your enquiry
faster by using these resources:

 

General information about travelling to Australia:

 

The Department of Home Affairs, “Entering Australia” site
[3]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/entering...

 

·       For visa and our requirements for entry to Australia
[4]https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/ge...

For a copy of your visa refusal or visa grant letter you should contact
the office where you lodged your visa application. 

·       To check your current visa details and conditions use the
Department’s Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) portal which can
be accessed [5]here

·       If you are experiencing technical difficulties in lodging your
visa application through ImmiAccount, submit your concerns through the
ImmiAccount Technical Support Form, which is accessible [6]here.

·       For evidence of your Australian Citizenship please refer [7]here.
The FOI Section does not process these requests.

·       For movement records or travel history complete the online
International Movement Records form [8]here. The FOI Section does not
process these requests.

·       To update your details, including your Passport details, you can
notify the Department [9]here. The FOI Section does not process these
requests.

 

 

We appreciate your feedback         

We appreciate your feedback to help improve our services.

 

If you would like to provide feedback to us please use our Compliments,
complaints and suggestions form.
[10]https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-and-...

 

 

Thank you

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OFFICIAL

In reply please quote:

FOI request: FA 21/12/00745-R1

File number: OBJ2021/36359

 

Dear Mr Sebastian

 

Notification of invalid Freedom of Information internal review request

Thank you for your email requesting an Internal Review of your current
Freedom of Information (FOI) Request FA 21/12/00745-R1.

Section 54B(1)(a) of the FOI Act states that an application for an
internal review must be made in writing within 30 days of the notification
of a primary FOI decision, or such further period as the agency allows.

 

Whether internal review request valid

 

The right for an applicant to seek internal review is specified in Part VI
of the FOI Act, which provides that an applicant may request an internal
review of an ‘access refusal decision’ made by an agency. The types of
decisions that are reviewable access refusal decisions are specified in
section 53A of the FOI Act.

 

The Department has not made a decision on your request. Consequently your
internal review request is invalid and we cannot review the decision.

 

You may apply seek review of the primary decision by the Information
Commissioner, via the following means:

Online:                 [1]www.oaic.gov.au

Post:                   GPO Box 5218 Sydney NSW 2001

Fax:                     +61 2 9284 9666

Email:                  [2][email address]

More information about Information Commissioner review is available on the
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner website at
[3]www.oaic.gov.au.

You can also provide feedback directly to the Department about Freedom of
Information section via the Global Feedback Unit at:
[4]https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-and-...

 

Regards,

 

Dale

FOI and Records Management Branch

Data Division

Strategy and National Resilience

Department of Home Affairs

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745
File Number: OBJ2021/36359

I am writing to inform you that the response to my FOI request has been delayed. As per the law, DHA should have normally responded to my request by Jan 18 2022 but it hasn't done so. The DHA has neither asked me for an extension, nor has informed me whether it had taken permission from OAIC for an extension to my request.

My review request has been refused citing that DHA hasn't made any decision to my request.

I request an immediate decision to my FOI request as earliest as possible.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours faithfully,

Johny Sebastian

Dear Department of Home Affairs,

I have been sending regular follow up regarding my FOI request lodged on 19 Dec 2021 but I haven't received any response yet.

My FOI application detail is:

FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745
File Number: OBJ2021/36359

By law, you should normally have responded promptly and by January 18, 2022. I would like to state clearly for the record that this is not acceptable and I expect you to meet the statutory timeframes as stated in the e-mail sent to me on December 21, 2021.

Yours faithfully,

Johny Sebastian

Dear Department of Home Affairs,

Dear Department of Home Affairs,

I have been sending regular follow up regarding my FOI request lodged on 19 Dec 2021 but I haven't received any response yet.

Can you send me a update about it?

My FOI application detail is:

FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745
File Number: OBJ2021/36359

By law, you should normally have responded promptly and by January 18, 2022. I would like to state clearly for the record that this is not acceptable and I expect you to meet the statutory timeframes as stated in the e-mail sent to me on December 21, 2021.

Yours faithfully,

Johny Sebastian

Dear Department of Home Affairs,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Department of Home Affairs's handling of my FOI request 'Visa applications information'.

I am a member of the public and making a serious and urgent complaint regarding how the FOI department of DHA has handled my latest FOI request.

Australian Government agencies have a statutory obligation to process FOI requests within the statutory processing period, which is 30 days unless it is extended as permitted under the FOI Act. As stated at paragraph 3.139 of the OAIC’s Guidelines under s 93A of the FOI Act (FOI Guidelines):

An agency or minister must, as soon as practicable, and no later than 30 days after receiving a request, take all reasonable steps to enable the applicant to be notified of a decision on the request (s 15(5)(b)).

I have been sending regular follow up regarding my FOI request lodged on 19 Dec 2021 but I haven't received any response yet.

My FOI application detail is:

FOI Request: FA 21/12/00745
File Number: OBJ2021/36359

By law, you should normally have responded promptly and by January 18, 2022.

Because of unresponsiveness and non-accountability, I sought an internal review but the review response said that the department hasn't made any decision to my request.

I am surprised why the department hasn't made any decision even after 30 days of my FOI application.

I would like to state clearly for the record that this is not acceptable by law and morals, and I expect you to meet the statutory timeframes as stated on the FOI acknowledgement sent to me on December 21, 2021.

I would like to remind DHA of this report by OAIC where there are numerous recommendations to avoid circumstances like this.

https://www.oaic.gov.au/__data/assets/pd...

I expect an immediate response as soon as possible.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/v...

Thank you.
Johny Sebastian

FOI, Department of Home Affairs

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OFFICIAL

Dear Johny Sebastian

 

FOI request FA 21/12/00745

 

I refer to your FOI request received on 19 December 2021, seeking access
to the following:

1. The average visa applications processing time for the Subclass 190
Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial
year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

2. Number of visa applications lodged and granted for the Subclass 190
Skilled Nominated visa in the financial year 2020/21 and ongoing financial
year till 15 December, 2021 (onshore and offshore separately)

3. Number of visa applications pending (yet to be decided) for the
Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa till 15th December, 2021

4. Total Number of Bridging Visa B holders (separate figures for onshore
and offshore separately) 

5. Number of Bridging Visa B holders who have requested and Number of
Bridging Visa B holders who have been granted inbound/outbound travel
exemptions till date.

 

I regret the delay in processing your FOI request due to the holiday
period and large number of FOI requests the Department is currently
processing.

 

The Department has now made a decision on this request. Please find
attached the documents released under the FOI Act.

 

This request has now been closed.

 

Kel

Position No: 60100052

Freedom of Information (FOI) Section

FOI and Records Management Branch

Data Division

Strategy & Law Enforcement Group

E: [1][Department of Home Affairs request email]

Department of Home Affairs | [2]www.homeaffairs.gov.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

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