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Old 03-20-2012, 09:33 AM
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Student to De facto

I am going to apply for a partner visa while I'm holding a student one.
My plan is quitting my school after the application has been lodged then I should have 30 days of student visa left << Am I correct?

Then after my student visa expired (30 days after quitting school) I will hold a Bridging Visa....Not sure which one A, B, C ....?

I called my student agent to day regarding to my situation. They suggested me to keep continuing study until I get a bridging visa. This gives me a confusion that 'Isn't bridging visa will be granted after the current visa is expired?'

Anyone could help me here ?


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