澳洲入籍考试亲历-带什么文件?问什么问题?怎么复习?

去年听说澳洲入籍政策要改,觉得不能再等了,就和老婆一起递交了入籍申请。一等就是一年多,上个月收到了参加入籍考试的邮件。今天早上9:00参加了入籍考试。现在总结下:

参加入籍考试需要带的东西:

  1. 出生证明(中文英文,含父亲母亲信息)
  2. photo ID(护照/驾照)
  3. 含地址的文件,如银行账单等

邮件里说提前15分钟到,结果移民局9点才开门。一进门就要取号,注意选择:appointment-Australian citizenship test-Client ID.注意是Client ID, 不是application ID, 这个ID是在电子邮件的开头有。

 

输入之后,拿号,坐电梯到二楼等待。我是第二个上楼的,一上楼就发现员工在等我。打招呼,问我来自哪里,我回答说中国。我又问他来自哪里,他说斐济。我说我去过那里,又总统村等。

总结问题如下:

姓名,曾用名有没有?你做什么的?父母叫什么?住在那里?来澳洲多少年了?最近有出行的打算么?

一共持续了15分钟,然后带我去做题。

45分钟内做20题单选题。我4分钟做完,95%正确率。

想通过入籍考试,只需要把这个小册子看两遍就可以了。下载地址:

澳洲入籍考试小册子下载-our-common-bond

然后给我了我一张纸,告诉我后面的事宜。具体如下:

每个人的申请时单独评估,所以是否通过的等待时间各不一样。有时会需要进一步提供材料。

 

如果入籍通过之后,改名的话,需要填119 表格。

如果入籍申请通过,会收到一个参加仪式的通知。

入籍之前出国旅游,还是需要用之前的护照和签证。

 

最后有时间的同学可以看下移民局给我发的让我参加入籍考试信:

27 February 2018

In reply please quote:

Client Name

Date of Birth

Client ID

File Number

Date of Application

 2017

Application ID

Transmission method

Email sent to

Dear —————

Appointment for Australian citizenship – Interview With Standard Test

I am writing to advise that you have been booked for an Interview With Standard Test in relation to your application for Australian citizenship. This is your opportunity to demonstrate that you meet the legal requirements for Australian citizenship.

Your citizenship appointment will be in two parts: a citizenship interview and a citizenship test. At the citizenship interview, you will be interviewed regarding your identity, your identity documents and your eligibility to sit the citizenship test. If you meet the interview requirements, you will then be permitted to sit the citizenship test. Please refer to the section below on What we request you bring.

Date:

18 April 2018

Time:

9:00AM

Place:

Melbourne CBD Office
2 Lonsdale Street
MELBOURNE VIC 3000

Google map link

Duration:

Approximately 2 hours

Note:

  • Ensure you make parking arrangements for the duration of your appointment.
  • There are no childcare facilities at the appointment place

If you cannot attend

If you are unable to attend the appointment time, you can reschedule online at appointments.border.gov.au

What we request you bring

Along with this letter, we request that you bring the original version of the following documents to your appointment. The Documents table will assist you to identify acceptable documents. Photocopies or certified copies of documents are not acceptable. We request that you bring:

  • at least three documents that collectively show your photograph, signature, current residential address, date of birth, birth name and gender
  • Proof of name change, if applicable
  • any other identity documents issued by another government that you consider will assist in verifying your identity
  • evidence of when you first arrived in Australia and your present country of citizenship
  • the documents that were submitted with your application
  • documents for any children under 16 years of age included in your application
  • official translation to accompany any documents which are not in English (see Translating your documents)
  • any other documents that we have requested you to provide.

Documents table

Evidence of your birth name, date of birth, gender

  • Full birth certificate with details of parent(s) – commemorative birth certificates not accepted
  • Family registration document with details of parent(s)

Evidence of change(s) of name

  • Official change of name document(s)
  • Marriage, divorce or other relationship status certificate

Documents with photograph and signature

(these can appear on either one or two separate documents)

  • Passport
  • National identity card
  • Document for Travel to Australia (DFTTA)
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) document
  • Australian drivers licence
  • Air crew or seafarer identity document
  • Military identity document
  • Student card
  • Proof of age card

Evidence of current residential address

  • Utilities notice (electricity, gas, water, telephone or internet bill)
  • Bank notice
  • Rental contract or rates notice

Evidence of first arrival in Australia and your present country of citizenship

  • Passport or travel document with visa such as a Document for Travel to Australia, PLO56 (M56), Titre de Voyage

Documents for children under 16 years of age

  • Full birth certificate or family registration document containing details of parent(s)
  • Official evidence of change of name, if applicable
  • Passport or travel document
  • Guardianship, custody or adoption documents, if applicable

If you do not bring the required original documents, your appointment will need to be rescheduled and you will not be permitted to sit the citizenship test. Another appointment time may not be available for several months.

Translating your documents

If your documents are not in English, you must provide official translations.

If you applied in Australia, you must use a translator accredited by the National Accreditation Authority of Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). Refer to the NAATI website www.naati.com.au

If you applied from outside Australia, contact our office in the country that issued the document for advice on acceptable translators. Contact details for our overseas offices can be found on our website at: www.border.gov.au/about/contact/offices-locations

Arriving for your appointment

  • Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment. Check-in is not permitted earlier than this.
  • Collect a ticket from the kiosk by scanning the barcode at the top of this letter.

The citizenship interview

At your interview we will:

  • discuss your citizenship application
  • check your original documents and
  • take your photograph (do not wear coloured contact lenses)
  • assess your eligibility to sit the test

The citizenship test

The citizenship test is conducted in English, consists of 20 multiple-choice questions and is computer-based. You will have 45 minutes to complete the test. If you do not complete the test within that time, a result will be given based on the questions you have completed. No extensions of time will be granted.

The test will be “closed book”. During the test:

  • you are not allowed to refer to the resource book (‘Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond’) or study aids (including electronic equipment such as cameras or smartphones); and
  • you cannot communicate with anyone (by phone or otherwise), other than the test administrator.

If you fail to comply with the above conditions, the test administrator may determine that you have not successfully completed the test.

How to prepare

To prepare for your citizenship test, read or watch the Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond resource that is available on our website at www.border.gov.au/prepare-for-citizenship

After your appointment

After your appointment, the assessment process of your application will continue. You may be asked to provide further information or documents, such as additional overseas police clearance certificates. You may be asked to attend another interview. Once the assessment process is complete, we will advise you in writing of the outcome of your application.

Personal identifiers

Under the Australian Citizenship Act 2007 (the Australian Citizenship Act), the department has the authority to collect a range of personal identifiers from persons applying for Australian citizenship. Personal identifiers include your photograph and signature. The department collects your personal identifiers primarily for identity and document fraud purposes. This letter is a formal request for your personal identifiers.

Once provided, your personal identifiers will be stored electronically in the department’s computer system and may be shared with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for Australian passport purposes and National Police Checking Service for the purpose of conducting a National Police check in relation to your application for Australian citizenship. Your personal identifiers may be used in court or tribunal proceedings relating to you.

Your personal information (which includes personal identifiers) is protected by law under the Privacy Act 1988. Under the Privacy Act 1988, you have the right to make a complaint to the Australian Information Commissioner about the handling of personal information.

The Freedom of Information Act 1982 gives you access to certain information and documents held by the Australian Government and its agencies. You have a right to seek access to that information or documents, and to seek amendment of records containing personal information that is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

More information about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information is available at www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/1442i.pdf

More information on personal identifiers is available at www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/1243i.pdf

Your Information – your privacy

Your citizenship application contains a Privacy notice detailing how the Department may collect, use and disclose personal information. This is applicable to all the information provided for the purpose of assessing your citizenship application and any children included within your application.

Update us

You must let us know about any changes to your circumstances as soon as possible. This includes changes to your name, contact details, address or information about children included in your application.

  • For online applications, update your details by completing the online forms available through ImmiAccount.
  • For paper applications, contact us quoting your name, date of birth and client ID. For a change of address or passport details use Form 929 Change of address and/or passport details available on our website www.border.gov.au/allforms

Yours sincerely

Assistant Secretary

Position number 3355

Department of Home Affairs

 

 

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文波陪伴,PTE不难。

 

 

 

 

 

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