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I have submitted to withdraw my 457 through a migration agent in early September. I also submitted my 461 visa in early July. I have not been notified of the withdrawal of my 457 visa, however, I am traveling back home for the holidays and will not be in Australia during this time. I know in order to leave the country I need a specific bridging visa, but without the 457 being withdrawn, I'm unable to apply for this.

Is there anything I can do to be able to travel overseas by mid-December? Or will I need to stay in Australia until everything is processed?
 

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Hi Mania, Thanks for your reply! However, I think the bridging visa is relevant? If I leave the country and my 457 is withdrawn while I am not in Australia, I will not receive a bridging visa... And therefore I can't get back into Australia and I'm not sure how that will affect my 461 visa application.
 

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If the 461 is refused and the applicant is not in Australia there are no review rights.
May I suggest that you consult your registered migration agent?
 
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