> 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

   9th October 2018

Early Close on Fri 19th October

ACIC Sydney will be holding a special function to celebrate our 30th Anniversary on Friday 19th October. Our Sydney office will close from 4pm on that day for this special...

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   1st July 2018

G08 Events in ACIC Melbourne

ACIC Melbourne will be holding interview program sessions with G08 universities in May.

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   2nd October 2018

Resources for Students Starting at Uni of Melbourne

Are you a student about to start studying at the University of Melbourne? Before you arrive in Melbourne, you are bound to have lots of questions. You...

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Jia Ning Chen ACIC student, 1999
Jia Xiang Chen ACIC student, 2000
Jia Qin Chen ACIC student, 2002 

Two sisters and one brother, from China

The Dream
For all three siblings to study in Australia

The Difficulties
Past experience shows siblings from China applying to study overseas increases the chance of visa rejection. To be successful, extra evidence is required to prove that the applicants are genuine students, which is often an extremely difficult task.

The Process
ACIC Shanghai has one of the highest visa success rates in China. As with all other cases, ACIC handled this application with great care and prepare each document with attention to detail. In the end, ACICs efforts and experience as well as its strong professional reputation with the embassy have turned this difficult case into a successful one.

The Outcome
Jia Ning Chen
Jun 2000 Visa granted, enrolled at Wollongong University College, Year 11
Feb 2002 Enrolled at University of Wollongong, Bachelor of Commerce, International Business

Jia Xiang Chen
Sept 2001 Visa granted, enrolled at Wollongong University College, Year 11
Feb 2003 Enrolled at the University of Sydney, Bachelor of Economics

Jia Qin Chen
Oct 2002 Visa granted, enrolled at Macquarie University, Bachelor of Arts, Media & Cultural Studies

The comment from the parents (translated from Chinese)
It has always been our dream to send our three children to study overseas, but everyone told us it was impossible to get visas for all three children. We never thought our dream could become reality until we came to ACIC Shanghai Office. We are very impressed by their high quality service and the effort they put into every individual case. We are proud and happy that our children are doing very well in Australia and are looked after by ACIC head office.