Reapplying for Bridging Visa A

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Reapplying for Bridging Visa A


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Old 03-15-2020, 09:58 PM
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Reapplying for Bridging Visa A

Hey guys,

I wonder if anyone can help me with some information on my fairly unique situation:

I applied for onshore partner visa 820 and have been waiting for 15 months. I was put onto a Bridging Visa Type A which allowed me to live and work as if I was a PR.

I recently travelled to NZ for a family holiday, but my Bridging Visa Type B (which allows me to leave the country) expired the day I left. I quickly reapplied but was refused. It appears that you have to be in Australia to be granted a Bridging Visa Type B.

This left me needing to get a Visitor Visa to allow me back into Australia with my family. I now find myself being unable to work for 90 days unless someone can help me to expidate my Defacto Visa and have it come through before the 90 days are up.

I have a partner who is suffering from Post Natal Depression, an 8 month old baby and no income for the foreseeable future.

Any advice or experience with the appeal process would be amazing.

Thanks in advance.

Tom


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