A typical reason for applicants being refused the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) is due to not including evidence of 'Competent English' at the time they apply for the visa. One of the common ways to prove 'Competent English' is to have scored an IELTS band score of 6 or more in each component of the test. Many applicants lodge their visa believing they only have to sit the test before a decision is made. This is incorrect as evidence of their IELTS score of 6s or higher should be included at the time the visa is lodged. If it is not included and no test has been sat with the required score before lodgement then the Department Of Immigration will refuse the visa application. This can lead to a significant amount of stress for applicants having to submit applications for review with the Migration Review Tribunals (MRT).