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  1. migrationboy
    05-29-2019 04:19 AM - permalink
    migrationboy
    Hi CCMS,

    I am applying for a Return Resident Visa subclass 155 as my current 190 subclass visa expire in Jan 2019. After being granted my 190 subclass visa in 2014, when I was in UK, I attained British citizenship but I only got my British Passport after I came to Australia. When I tried to update the british passport details via Form 929, the 929 triage team suggested that I should leave my Australian PR on my Indian Passport as I might face problems which travelling overseas if I transfer the Aussie PR to my british passport. They also suggested that I should update the british passport details once I apply for my return resident visa. But now when I go to apply online, I am asked to enter information about the Indian passport on which the aussie PR visa was issued. It does not give me an option to enter my british passport details.

    Any suggestions on how to remedy this would be highly appreciated?

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