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22 May 2018
Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
The applicant wants to apply for a visa to Australia (Example)
|Address:||106 2 , Hawaii.|
Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.
According to the applicant, who lives in Australia?
+ His uncle died, so B is incorrect.
+ Option A is incorrect because it is his wife’s cousin, not his cousin.
So C is the correct answer.
The applicant wants to visit Australia because he wants to_.
+ The applicant says that his trip to Australia is mainly because he wants to looking for business opportunities. So B must be the correct answer.
+ A is incorrect as it can be inferred from the applicant’s answer that he also would like to go sightseeing but it is not the main purpose of his trip.
+ C is incorrect because the applicant says that he has no intention to work in Australia.
The applicant can have a visa for_.
+ 6 months is for “business visa”. This can be inferred as the correct answer because the applicant wants to go to Australia for business purpose.
+ 12 months is for the visa of the applicant’s wife.
+ 30 days is for a standard tourist visa.
So A should be the answer for this question.
Complete the sentences below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
The applicant must go to the visa office between
What two things must the applicant take to the visa office?
V = Visa officer; A = Applicant
V: Good morning, visa office. How can I help you?
A: Good morning. I’d like to apply for a visa to Australia , please.
V: Certainly, sir. I’ll just get a form and then I’ll need to take some details down. OK. Here we go. Right, can I have your name, please?
A: Yes, it’s O . Kelly Okamura.
V: And how do you spell that, please?
A: K, E, double L.„
V: No, your family name, please.
A: Oh, sorry. It’s O-K-A-M-U-R-A.
V: O-K-A-M-U-R-A. And your address?
A: Apartment 106 Kingston. Kingstone Street. Hawaii.
V: Kingstone Street. Hawaii?
A: Yes, that’s correct.
V: So you’re an American ?
A: Actually, I was born in Japan, but moved to Hawaii six years ago.
V: And can I have your age please, Mr. Okamura?
A: I’m 32.
V: And are you married?
A: Yes. I am. My wife’s C .
V: And will your wife accompany you to Australia?
A: Yes, she will. In fact that’s the reason we want, to go. Her sister lives in Sydney.
V: Do you have any relatives living in Australia?
A: I used to have an uncle, but he died several years ago. Now there’s only my and my wife’s cousin.
V: So the purpose of your trip is to visit your wife’s relatives . Am I correct?
A: Well, not exactly. Mainly because I have my own trading company and I will be looking for business . Although I do want to do some traveling as well. You know, see some of the sights, that sort of thing. Although 1 don’t intend to work in Australia.
V: And your wife? What will she be doing?
A: She’ll be studying English. She wants a student visa .
V: And how long do you plan to stay?
A: About one year, I guess.
V: Well, I’m afraid a standard tourist visa is only valid for 30 days , although in your case we can issue you with a business visa. Business visas last for . But you will be able to renew it. We can give your wife a twelve-month visa though.
A: Six months is OK. So what do I need to do now?
V: Come along to the office any time during weekdays. But it must be office hours. We close at 5:30. And bring along two passport size photos and your of course. Your wife will also need two photos. So that’s four passport size photos in total.
A: OK. Thank you for your help. Bye.