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Old 10-18-2012, 12:32 PM
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Hi everybody ,
My name is laetitia, I am new on this forum, I hope
To find some answers!!
Where to start.. I have been in Australia for now 3 years , first 2 years on a student visa then currently on a working holiday.
My partner and I were suppose to apply
For a de facto visa earlier this year but my
Brother had a major Accident so the application is been delayed as I had to fly in and out of the country.
Now my concern is that my working holiday visa is expiring the 14 th of December , all the paperworks are ready for the de facto application but we are worry that won't be enough time for my visa be granted ( as on the immigration website it says that could take up to 6 months)
We would really appreciate any feedbacks.

King regards ,
Laetitia.


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You should lodge application ASAP and once your visa expiry approaches request a bridging visa

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Old 10-19-2012, 04:40 AM
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You should lodge application ASAP and once your visa expiry approaches request a bridging visa
G'morning Boboa , thanks a lot for your reply and time.
What bridging visa would I be apllying for?
Would I be applying within Australia or will I have to get out of the country then come back that is what im afraid for...

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Laetitia


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