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1005 changing work conditions on bridging visa A


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Old 11-23-2012, 08:44 AM
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1005 changing work conditions on bridging visa A

Hello there!

I just applied for my 820 partner visa (marriage) and received the acknowledgement letter. My bridging visa A will kick in this Sunday. I would like to apply to change the working conditions on the grounds of hardship, so I was wondering if you could please give me your valuable advice on a couple of issues:

1) If my application to change the working conditions through form 1005 is refused, will I be able to apply again later? and in case, would this refusal count as a visa refusal? in the sense, what would be the correct answer to the question "have you ever had any visa refused?" on the application form in case I apply for another visa in the future?
2) What is the meaning of "family in Australia" at question 27 of form 1005? I am married to an Australian citizen, I don't have any children nor dependents nor relatives in Australia on my side. There are relatives on my husband's side though, but my husband and I don't live with them. So for the purposes of question 27, my family in Australia is me and my husband or I should also include my in-laws?
3) How detailed and precise were you with the expense calculation and the evidence in support? I am wondering because the form asks for weekly expenses while we actually pay almost everything monthly so it would be hard to calculate everything exactly and I was wondering whether and to what extend one could round up/down?
4) Can I lodge this application in person (when I went to the partner processing center in Melbourne for my 820 application they didn't let me hand in and I had to post it)? I read this application can also be send by email. If so should I attach scanned copies of my expenses evidence? wouldn't the email size be too big?

I am very sorry for this long post and all these silly questions.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much!


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Hi Mogliettina,

1.) yes you can apply again and no it doesn't count as a visa refusal ... but your circumstances must have changed between the application otherwise it is very unlikely to get it granted at a second try

2.) No your in-laws are not considered family...only children, your husband and any of your own family that may life in OZ....so in your case none!

3.) I would suggest to make an excel sheet of all expenses and income and hand a print of this in with your application....then whatever is your total of expenses and income monthly divide it by 4 and write that on the form

4.) either post it or email it...attach the file and all supporting documents...if it's rather big you can create a zip folder but normally there is no problem for them to receive big emails...

maybe also have a look at my thread here --> Form 1008 - Change of working rights for bridging visa A

all the best for you

cheers

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Old 11-24-2012, 06:25 AM
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Hi Dingo144,

Thank you for taking the time to answer all my silly questions one by one!
Huge help! Really really appreciated!

Cheers


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