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Old 06-18-2014, 01:48 PM
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Rrv 155

Hi,

1) May I know under what circumstances the Australian Government will terminate Permanent Resident status?

2) Are there any limit of times on issuing RRV 155 1 year travel period for Permanent Resident live outside Australia or no limit as long as one could demonstrate the substantial tie to Australia?

3) Can we apply RRV 155 through Migration Agent?

Thanks.

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1) May I know under what circumstances the Australian Government will terminate Permanent Resident status? Fraud

2) Are there any limit of times on issuing RRV 155 1 year travel period for Permanent Resident live outside Australia or no limit as long as one could demonstrate the substantial tie to Australia? No limit

3) Can we apply RRV 155 through Migration Agent? Yes, if you want to


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Old 10-25-2014, 11:48 AM
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Dear Friends ,

RRV duration is only 5 yrs and 3 months ?

I made only first entry to Australia and stayed there for 2 weeks and then came back to home country . My PR will expire in May 2015 . I still have good business here and dont want to relocate to Australia for some more time .

Is is possoible for me to extend my PR for few more years through RRV . What are my options ?

Will be thankful for ur repsonses .

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Old 10-25-2014, 07:55 PM
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You can apply for a RRV, however unless you can demonstrate substantial ties to Australia, it's likely to be denied and you would have to apply for a new PR when you're ready to relocate.

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