You are possibly aware that two months ago, DIAC(Department of Immigration And Citizenship) announced that it was terminating the earlier access agreement and requiring all education agents to submit fresh expressions of interests. This was a process akin to re-registering and fresh agreements to be signed between DIAC and education agents. The process has been completed and results declared.
121 education agents in India submitted the EOI and DIAC undertook an exhaustive screening process using various parameters including success rate of visas, integrity of the agent, level of fraud and the ability to meet new threshold. Shortlisted Education Agents were invited formally on 29th-30th April and just yesterday the AUSTRALIAN HIGH COMMISSION website has been updated with the new list of all agents with eVisa access from India. In 2009 the number of Indian agents with access to eVisa was close to 70 which was pruned to 47 by March 2010. The re-registered list released today has only 15 of the earlier 47 eVisa agents along with 7 new inclusions. I have attached the new list which can also be found on http://www.india.embassy.gov.au/files/ndli/ed_agents_list_30APRIL20...
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