Deferral, Suspension and Cancellation Form

This application should be submitted at least ten (10) business days before the requested date of the deferral, suspension or enrolment. The student should email evidence to support reasons for deferral, suspension or cancellation of enrolment to info@icae.edu.au.
Deferral - apply for this if you have not yet commenced your studies with ICAE and wish to commence at a later date
Suspension - apply for this if you have commenced studies with ICAE but need to stop for a period of time
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    Deferring

    Apply for Deferral if you have not yet commenced your studies with ICAE and wish to commence at a later date. Complete dates below.

    Suspending

    Apply for Suspension if you have commenced studies with ICAE but need to stop for a period of time. Complete dates below.

    Cancelling

    Complete date below if you are applying to Cancel your enrolment and DO NOT need a release letter as you am NOT transferring provider*. * If you are transferring to another registered provider within 6 months of starting your primary course, do not use this form. You must complete the Transfer of Provider Request Form (icae.edu.au/forms) and obtain a release letter.

    Declaration

    I am aware that should the request to grant my deferral, suspension, or cancellation of enrolment be approved, then my student visa may be affected. Where I am not enrolled in any course for a period of more than 28 days, I may be required to return to my home country unless approved by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). If your request is approved, International College of Advanced Education is required to notify the Secretary of DEEWR via PRISMS, of the change in your enrolment status. I am also aware that should my request be denied, I have 20 business days to initiate an appeal in accordance with ICAE's Complaints and Appeals process (see Complaints form at http://icae.edu.au/forms/).
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