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Old 03-27-2016, 05:05 AM
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Oh ok ampk, so I will still have to study no matter what is the situation until my student visa expired, am I right?


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No my understanding (and I have never been involved in a student visa) - is that you can stay in Australia until it expires?? but it has limited work rights, you may or may not study in this time.


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So what should I do ampk? Should i apply and not study ? Or don't apply yet and keep study?? Thank you


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Old 03-27-2016, 05:56 AM
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It is a long wait and costly to study.

So is a bit up to you, can now you put in a very good valid application? or you need to "study a bit more" and get more evidence?


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Yes it is, one of my friend suggest me to just apply it now and not study and just wait, if Immigration asking me then I could just explain to them about our situation, do you think it's alright to do that way??


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MJennifer you can certainly apply without a migration agent, many have successfully done so myself included.
However that's if you are comfortable with paperwork, able to do a lot of research and can take your time.
Given some of your questions and your response I think it will be in your best interest to see a registered agent. If you are getting conflicting responses I'm curious are the ones you've been seeing MARA registered? And did you provide ALL information to them?
What is true for one person and case is not true for another.
Spend the money on at least an initial consult so you can trust you are getting the right answers to your situation.


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I think they have answered it all for you... Bridging visa is the only option


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I think they have answered it all for you... Bridging visa is the only option
A bridging visa would only come into effect after the student visa expires, in 2017 ?

I think applying for partner visa and continue to study might be an idea, if possible.

However, if they can apply for the partner visa AND get the student visa cancelled, that could be better. But I have no idea if that can be done.

What happens if they apply for a partner visa and stop studying? Do any visas and/or applications get cancelled?

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Old 03-27-2016, 09:59 PM
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Yes that is the thing we unsure about will we able to do it without study and no one knows it


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A bridging visa would only come into effect after the student visa expires, in 2017 ?

I think applying for partner visa and continue to study might be an idea, if possible.

However, if they can apply for the partner visa AND get the student visa cancelled, that could be better. But I have no idea if that can be done.

What happens if they apply for a partner visa and stop studying? Do any visas and/or applications get cancelled?
If they cancel the student visa after lodgement of the partner visa, wouldn't the BVE be activated. Like the worst kind of bridging visa?

When my cousin was on his student visa the school would send IMMI his enrollment info for the year. And when you do the enrollment it means that a billing action would be initiated and after you pay they won't give you a refund.

You can choose not to attend and not pay for the second semester but they will ask you why you haven't enrolled and possibly inform IMMI about the breach of the student visa.

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