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Old 02-01-2012, 10:45 AM
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Thank you for this info! So did they get one 3 month evisitor, then extended it or leave and return?
She had an earlier one, which she extended once or twice. Then applied for a new one from OS after the 12 months had passed. Those conditions are from the new one.


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After speaking to the consulate today they advised me that EVERYBODY who applies for an E tourist visa will be given a NFS included. No ways around it.
Hi everybody,

my partner applied for his eVisitor recently, this is his first travel to Australia and he has no NFS on his visa.

I am following this forum for quite a time now, and my impression is that some get this NFS condition on their eVisitor and some don't. Perhaps people who've been to Australia before get this NFS more often, but I don't know - I'm only guessing.

Anyways, my partner's eVisitor didn't come with NFS. He applied in January and we're not from a low risk country.

Kind regards to all,
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When I applied for my second tourist visa (before I even got married or anything like that), I got a NFS clause on it. I never knew why, they gave me no reason. I did noticed that they took a longer time to approve my tourist visa, unlike the first time I had applied for one.

My guess is, they analyse your application and maybe if they think you are planning on not going back to your country, by asking for a bridging visa, they may put a NFS.

BUT, there's nothing wrong with getting that clause if you are planning on going back to your country of origin. However, if you were planning on staying in Australia after coming in as a tourist, then it may be a problem, since it will be hard to obtain any other visa to extend your visit.


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Old 02-22-2012, 11:15 AM
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Each case is different, there are circumstances that can not be addressed in a lose forum such as this. I assume you are an Australian Resident/Citizen I suggest you contact a Migration Agent. If you wish contact me off line and we can discuss your options

People should not be giving migration advise on this form without due diligence and advice .


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Just applied 3 month evisitor and were given 12 month multi entry e676, for stays of up to 3 months.
No work, no study more than 3 months, but we were not imposed with a NFS so that was great. Now just need to figure out how to get out of the no work and leaving after 3 month conditions once we apply for defacto.


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Did you mention your partner on your original or renewal application?


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Each case is different, there are circumstances that can not be addressed in a lose forum such as this. I assume you are an Australian Resident/Citizen I suggest you contact a Migration Agent. If you wish contact me off line and we can discuss your options

People should not be giving migration advise on this form without due diligence and advice .
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