The other good news is that choosing education providers that hold the lowest immigration risk ratings will contribute to a student’s application assessment in having streamlined evidentiary requirements for all countries, while education providers with the highest immigration risk rating only receive these benefits
for students from the lowest immigration risk countries.
In other words, students whose country holds a high immigration risk should ultimately ensure the main course they enrol into is with an education provider that holds the lowest immigration risk rating. This will determine the evidentiary requirements by the DIBP for the student visa.
Where streamlined evidentiary requirements apply, the student visa applicant will generally be able to satisfy the Department of their financial capacity by declaration and they will not generally need to provide evidence their English proficiency. We however can seek further evidence where appropriate.
Where regular evidentiary requirements apply, the student will generally be required to provide documentary evidence of their financial
and English language capacity.