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Is bridging visa e a tempory residence?


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Old 03-30-2016, 07:35 AM
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Is bridging visa e a tempory residence?

Hi guys is a bridging visa e tempory residency?
My wife is on a bve and we have applied for a partner visa. If this gets accepted will she go on PR or TR? Thank u.

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Hi guys is a bridging visa e tempory residency? .
A Bridging visa E (BVE) is a temporary visa that allows you to stay in Australia while you finalise your immigration matter or make arrangements to leave Australia.

A partner visa is generally temporary for 2 years and then becomes permanent after the next application.

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If your wife applied for a partner visa from a BVE she will have to get a waiver of the Schedule 3 requirement that she need to hold a substantive visa (any visa but a bridging visa) to apply for the visa in Australia. If you haven't already done so I suggest that you consult with a reliable migration agent as there is a good chance that her application will be refused and that you may have to appeal this decision.

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Thanks for your help. I'm well aware of the schedule three waiver.
We were refused after applying in 3 weeks. Been waiting 14 months to go to MRT. Thanks.

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A Bridging visa E (BVE) is a temporary visa that allows you to stay in Australia while you finalise your immigration matter or make arrangements to leave Australia. A partner visa is generally temporary for 2 years and then becomes permanent after the next application.
Ok thank for clarifying.

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If your wife applied for a partner visa from a BVE she will have to get a waiver of the Schedule 3 requirement that she need to hold a substantive visa (any visa but a bridging visa) to apply for the visa in Australia. If you haven't already done so I suggest that you consult with a reliable migration agent as there is a good chance that her application will be refused and that you may have to appeal this decision.
Hi Jeremy, with regards to the substantial visa requirement, if I have applied for a partner visa and then cancel my student visa to go on the BVE, is the BVE valid for the entire length till a decision is made on my partner visa? Do I have to submit my partner visa application x amount of time before going on the BVE?


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Hi guys is a bridging visa e tempory residency?
My wife is on a bve and we have applied for a partner visa. If this gets accepted will she go on PR or TR? Thank u.
Hi visahelplease, thanks for the thread and I hope all goes well for you and your partner! I'm in a similar situation at the moment, looking to submit my partner visa application then cancel my student visa and go on BVE due to financial hardship.

May I know what the process for getting BVE? Did your partner have to attend an interview or is it simply submitting the paper work? I'm not sure if simply stating that I am unable to complete my course is an acceptable reason? Also, is the BVE valid till a decision is made on the visa application?

Was the reason your first application was rejected because it was submitted after the BVE had been granted - as I had been advised to submit my partner visa application BEFORE cancelling my student visa and going on BVE.

Appreciate any help you can give me, as there's unfortunately not much on BVE here. All the best to you!


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