If the trend in the number of student visa cancellations in recent months continues 2016 maybe a record breaking year.
In the seven months to March of this year, some 9000 student visas have been cancelled by the DIBP, according to a recent report in The Australian. Compared to two years ago where the figures stood at between 8000 to 9000 cancellations, it is looking like student visa cancellations could hit 15,000 this year.
Student visas may be cancelled on various grounds, including plagiarism. The Australian’s report highlighted the case of Shaheryar Khan, who had his visa cancelled because he was reported to have copied a number of his assessments directly from internet sources without attribution.
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