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PMV - Once activated am I allowed to return to UK before marriage?


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Old 04-21-2016, 07:07 PM
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PMV - Once activated am I allowed to return to UK before marriage?

I am exited to say that I have received my visa grant today only 5 months after applying. I wasn't expecting it so soon and I have just booked and paid for return flights for July/August on a tourist visa.

My question is - If I fly in to Australia in July and so activate my PMV can I return to England as planned in August before moving properly and finally in the Spring?

This is a happy problem to have but I don't want to mess it up.

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PMV Applied: 18th November 2015
Visa granted: 21st April 2016 (5 months and 3 days)

820/801 Applied: 30th November 2016
Further information requested: 06 January 2017
Further information submitted: 15 January 2017 (Sponsor Police check and 40SP)
Visa Granted: 5 April 2017 (4 months 5 days)

Eligible for 801: 30 November 2018
Form submitted: 30 November 2018
801 Visa Grant: 5 October 2019 (10 months 5 days)

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Old 04-21-2016, 08:00 PM
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I think I may have found my own answer

"Maintaining a valid visa
Your visa allows you multiple entries to Australia until 21 January 2017. Your visa expires on
21 January 2017. You will need to leave Australia or make alternative arrangements with the
department before this date or you will become unlawful. If you think you will not be able to
depart Australia by the date your visa expires, you should contact the department as soon as
possible."

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PMV Applied: 18th November 2015
Visa granted: 21st April 2016 (5 months and 3 days)

820/801 Applied: 30th November 2016
Further information requested: 06 January 2017
Further information submitted: 15 January 2017 (Sponsor Police check and 40SP)
Visa Granted: 5 April 2017 (4 months 5 days)

Eligible for 801: 30 November 2018
Form submitted: 30 November 2018
801 Visa Grant: 5 October 2019 (10 months 5 days)

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