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Old 05-01-2016, 11:03 PM
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If she's under 31 she could look at a 417 Working Holiday Visa - lets her visit Australia for up to 12 months and work while she's here. The only limitation is that she can't work for any employer more than 6 months during that period.

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We considered also a PMV, but as far as we understood she has to apply offshore and stay offshore until the visa is approved (probably 5 months).

We know that this business is tricky. Therfor we thought that it would be better 1) she comes here on a TV in order to get the best advice here 2) to have time and not be rushed by the deadline of 3 months to sort things out .


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You have to apply offshore for the PMV and be offshore when it's granted but you can travel here in the meantime.


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We considered also a PMV, but as far as we understood she has to apply offshore and stay offshore until the visa is approved (probably 5 months).
A PMV would probably have worked, and she probably could have come to Australia while waiting, on visitor visa, but without work until the PMV was granted, maybe 8-9 months.

It might have even worked with a working holiday visa though.

But thats all a bit too late now I think.

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@Arabella
Thank you, for the explanation. PMV is not ideal but we might consider it. Never thought this could be so complicated.

@Maggie-May24
Thank you for the suggestion. Unfortunately this is not an option as she is 32.

Guess trying to get find a sponsored job would be the best option.


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Does she work in a field where that's a possibility?


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A PMV would probably have worked, and she probably could have come to Australia while waiting, on visitor visa, but without work until the PMV was granted, maybe 8-9 months.

It might have even worked with a working holiday visa though.

But thats all a bit too late now I think.
Hoped that would be faster. No good solutions for us


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she could get a skilled Visa only in QLD.

I am not sure how the restrictions are for the 457 and thought it would mainly depend on the company.

As we decided that we would do anyway a partner visa we did not research the details until now.


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she could get a skilled Visa only in QLD.

I am not sure how the restrictions are for the 457 and thought it would mainly depend on the company.

As we decided that we would do anyway a partner visa we did not research the details until now.
Well if you haven't applied for the partner visa yet, you could try and get her a sponsorship before you lodge your partner visa and save yourselves nearly $7,000 and if it looks like she's not going to get a sponsorship then go ahead and do the partner visa.


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