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189 PR visa what happens when you get the pr but stay away from australia


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189 PR visa what happens when you get the pr but stay away from australia

Suppose, you get the 189 PR, then you land on Australia and stay in Aus about 2 weeks and come back to your country, then you won't go to aus for another 5 years, then what happens to your visa?

does the visa get cancelled and you can't go to aus with the pr visa?
or is it just difficult to return to aus if you haven't been in the aus in first two years?
If you want to come to Australia again (stay indefinite time), do you have to reapply for the pr?

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The visa has a 5 year travel facility, which can be renewed if you meet residency requirements.

www.ausvisa.net.au

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The visa has a 5 year travel facility, which can be renewed if you meet residency requirements.

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what are the residency requirements? can you explain it here?

can you explain this part of my main question as well?
"does the visa get cancelled and you can't go to aus with the pr visa?"


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The visa does not get cancelled, the travel right expires.

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what are the residency requirements? can you explain it here? can you explain this part of my main question as well? "does the visa get cancelled and you can't go to aus with the pr visa?"
Have a look at Resident Return Visas.

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Suppose, you get the 189 PR, then you land on Australia and stay in Aus about 2 weeks and come back to your country, then you won't go to aus for another 5 years, then what happens to your visa?

does the visa get cancelled and you can't go to aus with the pr visa?
or is it just difficult to return to aus if you haven't been in the aus in first two years?
If you want to come to Australia again (stay indefinite time), do you have to reapply for the pr?

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After 5 years out of the country you cannot come in again on that visa.

If you do manage to get it renewed, as an RRV, you may find it runs out next time after 3 or 12 months instead of 5 years.

It is a pain to get sorted if you are out of Australia at end of the 5 years.

I did that, but got it back again as i had significant ties to Australia.

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After 5 years out of the country you cannot come in again on that visa.

If you do manage to get it renewed, as an RRV, you may find it runs out next time after 3 or 12 months instead of 5 years.

It is a pain to get sorted if you are out of Australia at end of the 5 years.

I did that, but got it back again as i had significant ties to Australia.
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Rrv

I have been asked by a friend a similar question, they are an Oz Citizen but partner and child hold PRV's, however for the majority of the last 5 years they have lived in PNG, so have spent less than 2 years out of the last 5 in Oz. They will move to Oz permanently next month just before the expiry of the PRV's. If they wish to travel in future will they be entitled to RRV? Is there a waiting period? Thanks


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I have been asked by a friend a similar question, they are an Oz Citizen but partner and child hold PRV's, however for the majority of the last 5 years they have lived in PNG, so have spent less than 2 years out of the last 5 in Oz. They will move to Oz permanently next month just before the expiry of the PRV's. If they wish to travel in future will they be entitled to RRV? Is there a waiting period? Thanks
They should be able to get a 3 month RRV for short holidays outside the country.

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