> Chi-Ya Huang: from Taiwan, 2005
       > Sharon Song: from China 2010
       > Jia Mei: from China 2001
       > Li Fang: from China 2007
       > Wei Yan Chong: from China, 2007
       > Gan Yi: from China, 2008
       > Flora Yin: from China 2009
       > Chia-Chi Lin: from Taiwan 2006
       > Yu-Wen Liao: From Taiwan, 2009
       > Brian Nguyen: from Vietnam 2009
       > Lu LIU: from China, 2009
       > Sara Lai: from Taiwan 2006
       > Victor LIN: from China 2011
       > Ling Xiao Zhou: from China 2011
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
       > Lu Shi: from China 2011
       > Shirley Zhang: from China 2012
       > Yu Yu Liang: from China, 2010
       > Ye Chun: from China 2011
       > He Yi Xuan: from China 2012
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
   > Pohan Sung: from Taiwan 1989
   > Wei Zhou Jin: from China 1993
   > Vu Hai Nguyen and Hanna Nguyen
   > Andy Tsui: from Hong Kong 1996
   > Jia Ning Chen, Jia Xiang Chen
   > Wojciech Drazkowski: from Pola
   > Ida Tomoe: ACIC from Japan 199
       > Jeffrey Jian Fei Wu: from China, 2009

HE YIXUAN from China: ACIC student

The Dream

To study and live in Australia

The Difficulties

The student came to Australia as a high school student. During the course of her study life in Australia, migration policy changed twice which affected her plans.

The Process

When Yi Xuan was 17, she left China and came to Sydney on her own to study here. She learnt about ACICs service when she was in her Sydney high school 8 years ago and has been using ACICs service since.

With the help of ACICs Senior Consultant and Migration Agent, Mr Eric Wu, Yi Xuan was accepted smoothly  into the University of Sydney in 2007 studying Nutrition. Unexpectedly, DIAC changed the immigration policy when  she was about to graduate. The relative sponsorship policy (886 visa) changed and to immigrate, Yi Xuan also needed to qualify the skills assessment by having one-year full time work experience.

Yi Xuan sought the advice of Eric again and he carefully analysed her situation. Eric prepared a plan for her and helped her to apply for TR first, and at the same time, look for a job and prepare for IELTS test. Following this advice, Yi Xuan found a job and achieved four 7 for IELTS.

Yi Xuan then waited until she turned 25 in June this year to lodge her  PR application. However, DIAC announced a new SOL list on 14 June, which removed her major off the list. This meant that if Yi Xuan cannot get PR before 1 July, she would have to wait for 3 more years. At the time of the announcement, Yi Xuan had already booked her flight tickets to Fiji on 25 June for a holiday. If she cannot get her PR granted before 25 June, she would have to cancel her entire trip and wait in Sydney.

The OUtcome

Thanks to the quick work by Eric and ACICs team, the students PR was approved on 23rd June, 2 days before her trip. This was only possible through the professional work and documentation done by ACIC to ensure the PR was approved in such a short time.

Comment from student

How time flies! It has been 8 years since I came to this city, from High School to University, to my current work life, my journey is inseparable with ACIC. My first contact with ACIC goes all the way back when Eric visited our high school when I was in Year 12. It was a critical year to me because I had a decision to make about which university I would go to and which major I would study. From then on, ACIC accompanied me for my entire education and immigration journey.

It was only over one week left before my trip. It seemed impossible to get PR in such short time. But thanks to ACIC and Eric, they made this possible! The documents for my PR application were very well prepared by Eric, he also followed my case closely by checking the progress with DIAC. Finally, at 12pm on 23 June, my PR was granted! I was so thrilled! All my efforts and hard work for the past 8 years are finally paid off. I went to Fiji and spent the best holiday ever! I really appreciate the professional advice and service provided by ACIC, they are the best! Thank you Eric, thank you ACIC!