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Old 01-06-2016, 08:01 AM
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I am sure on my one above.

The 18 months is rolling (resets itself each day) it does not have a start date.

I just saw a similar thing on another thread, it threw a few people there too.

A formula I think would be a bit tricky but not impossible,

I think it is just easier to add 6 months to your last departure date,
and know that is your 12 month max stay time.
If you have less than 6m to add, you must deduct same number from 12m.

eg. only 1 month away from Oz = 12m - 5m ,so can only stay 7m.
Thanks, now I can rest easy and switch my brain off ! I'll make a note of this . I knew there had to be a simple way to solve this.

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Obviously the previous to last travel will need to be checked to see if it falls in the 18 month zone too. But the nature of this visa, I don't think it comes into account very often.


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How about this:

New Arrival date: 1/3/16

Days to Stay 107
Date to Arrive 01-03-16
Date to Leave 16-06-16


Leave Date: 16-06-16
Date 18 Months before is: 17-12-14

Stay between 17-12-14 and 15-10-15

Works out at 30-01-15 to 15-10-15 = 258.00 actual days stayed in that period.
This therefore allows 107.00 more days to stay, for a total of 365.00 days in the 18 months to 16-06-16 (the new leave date)

The figures are copied from a spreadsheet.

I understand it as I created the spreadsheet, but does it make sense to anyone else?

I can see why the embassy could not do it for the OP, as it varies on the date they choose to travel.

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On 15 May 2016 under your above dates.

How many days (Nov 2014) in the last 18 months (counted on 15 May 2016) has the original OP mother been in Australia?


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On 15 May 2016 under your above dates.

How many days (Nov 2014) in the last 18 months (counted on 15 May 2016) has the original OP mother been in Australia?
For the 18 months between 15-11-14 and 15-05-16
In Australia between: 30-01-15 and 15-10-15 = 258.00 Days out of 365 allowed.

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How many days in Australia on 15 June 2016 in last 18 months (15 December 2014)?

Repeat for 3 more months and you will see the total number of days in Australia will peak and not increase and it will stay that way.

Soon you get to the point that even though OP mum was in Australia (it was at a date in the future) that is longer than 18 months ago on that date in the future and is no longer counted as part of the 12 months.


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How many days in Australia on 15 June 2016 in last 18 months (15 December 2014)? Repeat for 3 more months and you will see the total number of days in Australia will peak and not increase and it will stay that way. Soon you get to the point that even though OP mum was in Australia (it was at a date in the future) that is longer than 18 months ago on that date in the future and is no longer counted as part of the 12 months.
This is getting better all the time. Now if only someone could come up with a mathematical formula to cover all options...

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JandE be able to do that? and there is 3 year excel down load free calendar available. I can use numbers well on excel but never worked out dates.

And the fact it is rolling is tricky, but not impossible.


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JandE be able to do that? and there is 3 year excel down load free calendar available. I can use numbers well on excel but never worked out dates.

And the fact it is rolling is tricky, but not impossible.
It is tricky. I am sure it can be done, and if I can set aside some time for it properly, I will.

In theory it is easy.
Maybe ten years ago it would have been easier (for me)

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It is tricky. I am sure it can be done, and if I can set aside some time for it properly, I will. In theory it is easy. Maybe ten years ago it would have been easier (for me)
haha, not only for you...

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