From which date do they extend the ARCs?

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From which date do they extend the ARCs?

Postby izzy » 11 Jun 2012, 09:40

Hi,
I am here on a student visa, I graduate next year (July 2013) My current ARC expires end of August, I want to go and extend it now (before finals), will they extend it to August 2013? or till June 2013 in which case I will have to go and extend it again next year (just for the one month of studies I have left).

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