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Old 01-18-2016, 09:45 PM
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Student and Partner visa

Hi, I'm going to apply for the partner visa820 before my student visa will expire, anyway I won't be able to finish my course, will they cancel my student visa ? I need some suggestion, please.
I have a baby of 4 months old and I don't want to leave Australia and her.t
That is the reason why I can finish my studies, I have left to do just my prac hours, but she is too little to put her in a child care.I really need some help


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Old 01-18-2016, 11:39 PM
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Hi, I'm going to apply for the partner visa820 before my student visa will expire, anyway I won't be able to finish my course, will they cancel my student visa ? I need some suggestion, please.
I have a baby of 4 months old and I don't want to leave Australia and her.t
That is the reason why I can finish my studies, I have left to do just my prac hours, but she is too little to put her in a child care.I really need some help
Any reason why you can't continue your studies externally and apply for partner visa before completion of your studies?


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Old 01-19-2016, 12:07 AM
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I finidhed my unit, but I'm not able to do my prac hours, as I have no family here to leave my baby with, so I have to care of her. And without the prac hours I can get my ddiploma and so finish the course


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Old 01-19-2016, 12:10 AM
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240 h are a lot, and I haven't done before because it was my first pregnancy and I didn't want to do my prac hour in the childcare and get sick during my pregnancy


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Hi everyone, I am in a similar situation and have to cancel my study visa due to financial hardship and hoping to apply for a partner visa instead. My partner and I have lived together for 4 years. I understand there is the option of cancelling onshore, then being granted a Bridging E.

However, if I were to cancel my enrolment, then go back to my home country to cancel my student visa offshore, would I then be able to re-enter Australia as a tourist, then apply for my partner visa onshore (which means I'll be granted a Bridging A upon expiry for my 3 month tourist visa).

I hope this all makes sense and appreciate any help I can get!


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