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Hi Everyone,

Need guidance urgently from you all.

My mother-in-law has a visa 600.
Visa conditions are: Multiple Entry visa with 3 years validity with maximum stay of 3 months in each arrival.

She entered Australia 11th August 2017.
Hence, her visa shows expiry on 11th November 2017.

I am thinking apply Tourist Visa Extension for her by tomorrow.

Now I have few questions related to that -
1. How quickly the bridging visa A will be generated?

2. How long will that extension 600 visa will be granted?

3. How many days it takes to get the decision on visa 600 extension application?

4. How many days this bridging visa will allow her to stay in AU if there is any visa rejection?

5. If this visa 600 application granted/rejected; what will happen with the earlier 3 years validity visa? Will that be discarded then?

6. When she needs to undergo medical?

Thanks in advance guys!
 

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Hi Everyone,

Need guidance urgently from you all.

My mother-in-law has a visa 600.
Visa conditions are: Multiple Entry visa with 3 years validity with maximum stay of 3 months in each arrival.

She entered Australia 11th August 2017.
Hence, her visa shows expiry on 11th November 2017.

I am thinking apply Tourist Visa Extension for her by tomorrow.

Now I have few questions related to that -
1. How quickly the bridging visa A will be generated?

2. How long will that extension 600 visa will be granted?

3. How many days it takes to get the decision on visa 600 extension application?

4. How many days this bridging visa will allow her to stay in AU if there is any visa rejection?

5. If this visa 600 application granted/rejected; what will happen with the earlier 3 years validity visa? Will that be discarded then?

6. When she needs to undergo medical?

Thanks in advance guys!
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If I understood this correctly then she's overstayed by 9 days, is this correct? Or is she currently offshore?
 

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If granted, it will be a new visa, not an extension and it will replace the original visa.

If granted, it may be only for a few months or even weeks and may also come with a "no further stay" condition.

Like Ramah, I am confused about the expiry date of her current visa.
 

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If I understood this correctly then she's overstayed by 9 days, is this correct? Or is she currently offshore?
This original message is from early days. We applied for her visa extension application on 10th. Now on Bridging visa... Just curious what are the documents I should attach in order to get most fruitful outcome.
 

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If granted, it will be a new visa, not an extension and it will replace the original visa.

If granted, it may be only for a few months or even weeks and may also come with a "no further stay" condition.

Like Ramah, I am confused about the expiry date of her current visa.
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This original message is from early days. We applied for her visa extension application on 10th. Now on Bridging visa... Just curious what are the documents I should attach in order to get most fruitful outcome.
 

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This original message is from early days. We applied for her visa extension application on 10th. Now on Bridging visa... Just curious what are the documents I should attach in order to get most fruitful outcome.
It is not an" extension", it is a completely new visa application.

You must provide the same (but updated) documentation as before and make sure to address the "genuine visitor" requirements.
 

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If I were a betting man - My bet is "I wish I had have gone offshore to reset the 3 month stay rather than "extend"" will be a comment made.
 
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