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Withdrawing student visa and success of offshore ss and or applying


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Old 06-02-2015, 03:26 AM
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Withdrawing student visa and success of offshore ss and or applying

If some one want to decline svp student visa and go outside to apply ss offshore then pr than how much impact the cancellation can cause? Is it confronting to take such decision? After cancellation how long a student can legally be in Australia, what is the procedure to cancel without violating any law or honesty?


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Once your visa is cancelled you will unlawful (Immediately). If you want to stay in Australia then you will have to apply for a Bridging Visa E. You will be expected to depart Australia as soon as you can (within one or two weeks). Cancelling a student visa will have no effect on a future application for a PR, but you will not able to apply in Australia. If you want to apply for PR in Australia then you would have to lodge that application before cancelling your student visa.

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Old 06-03-2015, 10:35 AM
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In our situation my partner was on a student visa and we just applied for a partner visa instead of going through with cancelling the student visa. She was granted a bridging visa immediately, I hope this helps.


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