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The Australian immigration website states: "You must depart Australia before the Stay For/Until Date expires. If you fail to depart before this date you will become unlawful in Australia and this may affect future visa applications."

Therfore, If my visa states: "stay until 31st January", till what time and date can I legally stay in Australia?
Please clear this confusion.
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Well, if it says you can stay until 31st, that's that then.

I think the other side of that is let's say when I used to be granted my Visitor Visas , it was "X" time to stay from the date of entrance.

So let's say I entered December 31st I could stay 3 months from that date unless another visa came into effect.

So same applies to you, if it clearly underlines in that visa last day you may remain in Australia, that's it , if it's up to variables like when you entered , that's that.
If you get a new visa with a new date, that'll be 'IT'


If I were you I'd plan to leave mid January, or 20th, for the latest, you wouldn't want to be caught in some travel shananigens , cancellations and problems that'll prove force majeure. ❤
 
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