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Good day all,

I need your help.
I have applied for a 820 Defact visa in June 2017, from inside Australia, and soon after i received my Bridging Visa.
I never let the original turistic visa i was in australia expire, and the bridging visa never kicked in, since i had to go outside astralia several time for working reason.
Now is on month i have been back in australia, on my e-visitors (651) visa, since i m planning to stay longer now until decision is made,
Do i need to reinstate the bridging visa? or my original bridging visa would still kick in as the evisitor expire?
To be noted that in the meantime since i applied and received the bridging visa i had to renew the passoport and the new details have been comunicated to the immi dept through my immigration lawyer.
And if i have to reapply for the bridging visa, will it be released 100% ? and how long would take?

Thanks for you help and support!
 

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The bridging visa grant letter would have this information on it.

And of course your immigration lawyer should be able to tell you as well.
 
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