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Old 02-13-2016, 08:37 AM
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It really depends on what passport you have as to whether you would get a tourist visa easily or not. If you are from a low risk country and can apply for an ETA you probably would.

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Hi teaaddict

I applied for partner visa while i was on student visa. I was granted bridging visa and student visa automatically became invalid. I then applied for work rights and was granted. 2 years later i got my PR.


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Hi Kunzima, thank you for the reply. May I ask if you were granted a Bridging E visa (I understand that this is what you get when you cancel your study visa onshore before completion) - which is what I hope to avoid as I need to work.


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Hi Kunzima

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I applied for partner visa while i was on student visa. I was granted bridging visa and student visa automatically became invalid. I then applied for work rights and was granted. 2 years later i got my PR.
Just wondering how long ago that was, and what the circumstances were?

My partner is in a similar situation (ie on a Student Visa, we want to apply for an 820 Partner Visa), but all the other accounts I see on this forum suggest that the Student Visa doesn't automatically get invalidated when a Partner Visa is applied for, and that she needs to remain a student either until the Student Visa expires, or the 820 kicks in.

Any further info much appreciated


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That is correct .

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