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Old 03-07-2012, 09:54 PM
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Yes you can apply for a defacto while on a WHV. When you apply onshore you are granted a bridging visa. This bridging visa does not come into effect until your WHV expires. The bridging visa has the same work conditions as the previous visa you were on. Eg WHV. Once the bridging visa come into effect you can apply to have the work restrictions removed by proving financial hardship but this is difficult with WHV work conditions.

The bridging visa A you will be granted does not allow travel. If you want to travel have to apply for Bridging Visa B and they want substantial reasons for the travel.

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Hi there,
I'm in a sex same partner relationship. We had lived together for 5 months with the registered relationship and were successful in attaining the defacto visa. DIAC informed us that as long as you can provide all the other evidence (under those 4 headings) then there is no requirement of living together 12 months.


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Hi there,
DIAC informed us that as long as you can provide all the other evidence (under those 4 headings) then there is no requirement of living together 12 months.
Hey nogreed, just wondering what you mean by "under those 4 headings". What are the 4 headings?


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the ones set out in the migration partner booklet 1
- financial aspects, nature of household social aspects and nature of commitment


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