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Student Visa/partner Visa/will leave the Uni/ would like to start an apprenticeship


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Old 07-16-2015, 05:40 AM
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Student Visa/partner Visa/will leave the Uni/ would like to start an apprenticeship

Hi All,

I have an urgent question in terms of changing my Visa ....

The situation is the following:
- I have currently the Student Visa
- I applied last week for the DeFacto Partner Visa
- I will stop my Uni career before the next semester will start in 2 weeks
- I would like to start an apprenticeship (fulltime)

What are the right steps in the right order? Do I have to cancel my Student Visa at DIAC? What is the way to get the Bridging Visa with the work permission?

I am happy to read your recommendations...

Thanks


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Old 07-16-2015, 06:42 AM
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Not sure about 1-3 but to get an apprenticeship you need to be either a citizen or on a PR visa. Your salary on an apprenticeship is subsidised by the government and your employer is given tax incentives to take you on,...so you cant be on a temporary visa to get one.


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Old 07-16-2015, 07:01 AM
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If you cancel your student visa you will lose your BVA that comes with the 820 application. You will then have to apply for a BVE which comes with no work rights or travel rights.

You can apply for work rights but you may or may not get them it is up to DIBP. When you have a BVE with no work rights you can't work until it is fixed.

I recommend to stay on your student visa and study until it either expires or you get the 820.


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