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www.immi.gov.au PROBLEMS?

Old Jun 6th 2002, 2:15 pm
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Is anyone else having problems accessing www.immi.gov.au ? Is anyone aware of any problems? I just cant get a response from the web address.
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Old Jun 6th 2002, 2:34 pm
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I got the same error. It was down from about 00:00GMT till about just now at 14:30GMT. Seems ok now.
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Old Jun 6th 2002, 2:57 pm
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It might be as a result of quite a large number of amendments to the Migration Regulations which are expected to take effect soon, and which will have an impact on quite a lot of the content on the DIMIA site.

I'll post info on the Go Matilda site and here as and when I become aware of it, and I dare say George and Jeremy will post their thoughts too.

First observations - skill matching fee ($155) dropped from 01/07/2002 in an effort to increase numbers (and usage?) of the skill matching database.

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