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Quick question! 47SP question 21 (Country of residence)


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Old 10-12-2012, 06:46 AM
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Quick question! 47SP question 21 (Country of residence)

Hi

Im finishing my 820 application to apply Onshore here in Australia.
I have been here on and of for almost 2 years on a tourist visa.

On the form 47SP question 21 they ask:

"Country of current Residence"

Do I put in Australia or my homecountry?

The lady at custos when I entered Australia last time said that I can nor use a tourist visa for residence...


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i did out Australia there and it was no problem for IMMI

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Hi

Im finishing my 820 application to apply Onshore here in Australia.
I have been here on and of for almost 2 years on a tourist visa.

On the form 47SP question 21 they ask:

"Country of current Residence"

Do I put in Australia or my homecountry?

The lady at custos when I entered Australia last time said that I can nor use a tourist visa for residence...
Hello Guldsandal,

Write the address where you reside at the moment, "current". If you are applying onshore write your address in Australia.

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