Federal Court: cl 485.223 requires application to be accompanied by evidence that skills assessment has been applied for. In Khan, Full Court had decided that the clause "established an objective temporal test" which does not "import notions of fairness". Here, as a result of a practitioner's mistake, the assessment was only applied for after the visa application had been lodged. Should this case be decided differently on the basis that, here: the practitioner made that mistake; and ImmiAccount "should have rejected the application" given the answer "no" to the question on the visa application form on whether the applicant had applied for an assessment?
The Federal Court answered that question as follows:
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