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In the 2011–12 Migration Program year:
2000 places will be allocated to the (non-contributory) Parent category, including approximately 1400 places for Parent (subclass 103) visas and approximately 600 places for Aged Parent (subclass 804) visas.
6500 places have been allocated to the Contributory Parent category (subclasses 173/143 and subclasses 884/864).
The Australian Financial Year starts on 1st July every year, which is also the start of DIAC's Migration Program Year.

Electronic Queue Date Calculator

Queue Date 27 January 2006 for Aged Parent (subclass 804) visas.

Date checked 24 June 2011
Approximate number of persons ahead of you in the queue: 1620
Date checked 20/03/12
Approximate number of persons ahead of you in the queue: 1350

which means 1620-1350=270 visas for Aged Parent (subclass 804) visas has been
issued for the 2011–12 Migration Program year with a shortfall of
330 visas to be issued by 30 June 2012.
For the past 8 months only 270 Aged Parent (subclass 804) visas were issued
Is there something wrong somewhere?
 
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