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The Commission has published its final report into the issue of migrant language testing, which it has deemed flawed, with concerns over its potential impact.
Under the proposed system for immigration and non-immigration applications, test results are passed back to employers on the basis that, given the language of the applicant or of the intended recipient of the visa, those applicants are likely to be fluent in the language that will be used to enter the country or are at a high level of proficiency in that language.
However, a study commissioned by the Commission by a private consulting firm has found that employers are unlikely to pass the test if there is no language proficiency assessment on the candidate's record.
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In a letter accompanying the report, the Commission said it is 'committed to a fair and open immigration syCDC 철도청 카지노stem and will ensure that all of its requirements are met and enforced'.
However, it concluded that 'a lack of transparency about this type of test' could make the system 'generally unreliable', and that 'it is difficult to assess how much effect testing this type of language test will have' on the quality of immigration applications.
However, a review of the Commission's findings by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Education found that while it may be possible for employers to determine whether a candidate is currently fluent in English or French, this does not provide employers with the required background information or a comprehensive history.
In a separate review of this issue, by the Institute for Public Policy Research and the Association of Australian Government Languages, the Agency for Education and Training found that while immigration officials do not often provide background checks on applicants, they should also ensure that they are aware of and fully comply with any language needs of those already in Australia.
In total, over 5,600 companies contacted by the Commission were given access to the documents, the largest sample of companies contacted in this way
Some companies who did not receive the information needed to decide to test applicants based on the language requirement simply told the Commission they would not test them based on what the candidate said or wrote down as being in English or French.
But while the Commission said that if the applicant or recipient did not wish to have their answers tested, the applicant or recipient should be informed of the consequences of non-compliance with the law, including a maximum suspension of visa processing by th