Under policy when considering “any other relevant matter”, decision makers may take into account a wide range of considerations to determine whether an applicant genuinely intends a temporary stay in Australia. This may include, but is not limited to, the applicant’s employment, economic and family circumstances, their credibility, the claimed purpose and period of stay, and the applicant’s previous travel history. In assessing these criteria I have taken into account the information provided in your visa application form and the supporting documents provided. On balance, I find that you have not demonstrated sufficiently strong employment, economic, family or other commitments in China that would be sufficient incentive for you to return to China. More specifically, I have considered the evidence you have provided in support of your employment, and have attempted to verify your claims through an independent third party. However, I was unable to verify this information. As a result, I am unable to give significant weight to your claims regarding your employment circumstances. Having assessed the information provided in support of your application, I am not satisfied that your economic circumstances demonstrate you will return to China at the end of your proposed stay. In light of the above considerations, I am not satisfied that you genuinely intend to stay temporarily in Australia for the purpose you have stated, and therefore find that you do not satisfy Subclause 600.211 of the Migration Regulations 1994.