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Bridging visa upon 820 conditions of travel


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Old 02-20-2016, 01:40 PM
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Bridging visa upon 820 conditions of travel

Hi,

If my fiance applies for Part Visa stage 2 which is 820 and goes on bridging visa, can she travel back home to visit her family? and for how long? and how often?

Thanks very much


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Firstly 820 is stage 1 (not stage 2) and 801 is stage 2.

Once the 820 is lodged she gets granted a BVA which comes into effect after the previous visa expires. She cannot travel on this visa she needs to apply for a BVB. There is no limit on how often she can travel.

If coming from a PMV the 820 grant is generally really fast.

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Firstly 820 is stage 1 (not stage 2) and 801 is stage 2.

Once the 820 is lodged she gets granted a BVA which comes into effect after the previous visa expires. She cannot travel on this visa she needs to apply for a BVB. There is no limit on how often she can travel.

If coming from a PMV the 820 grant is generally really fast.
Thanks very much
that means she cannot apply for BVB until her PMV 9months come to end although has BVA in hand?!


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Thanks very much
that means she cannot apply for BVB until her PMV 9months come to end although has BVA in hand?!
Correct or if she will be overseas when the PMV expires she can apply for a BVB before the PMV expires.


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