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Okay, the post containing the discussion has been deleted for some reason, so I think I should start a new one to consult.

Assuming the Main Applicant(MA) is on a student visa, and MA's partner get granted a subsequent entrant visa.

Is this subsequent entrant visa considered/defined as a substantive visa?

I know "substantive visa is any visa other than a bridging visa". But some one got me stumbled by asking me the above question.

Thank you in advance.
 

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I know a post doesn't need bumping 2 hours after it was made.

Perhaps you should look into what a "subsequent entrant visa" is - is it a visa in its own right or do they go onto the same subclass as the original entrant.

Perhaps you should ask can someone legally enter Australia without a visa or citizenship in place?

Once you find the answer to that perhaps you will have your answer.

Patience prevents cryptic clues.
 

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I know a post doesn't need bumping 2 hours after it was made.
Good point.

Perhaps you should look into what a "subsequent entrant visa" is - is it a visa in its own right or do they go onto the same subclass as the original entrant.

Perhaps you should ask can someone legally enter Australia without a visa or citizenship in place?

Once you find the answer to that perhaps you will have your answer.
Confusing, but I think I can follow some of your words.

Patience prevents cryptic clues.
Again good point!

Thank you for the reply.

So, till now, what I have in mind is "Yes, it's a substantive one".

Any other comments on this?
 
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