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I am planning to apply partner visa from within Australia. So for this I am planning to apply Tourist visa for my wife and when she comes here then I will start the process. There are few things I wanted to confirm:

1. Shall I proceed with this process? - I am planning for this way since we want to stay together and not be apart after the marriage.

2. If I apply via this process, what will happen to her visa status? Will her tourist visa be converted to bridging visa? If yes, then will she be able to work on that visa?

Thanks much in advance!


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Hi, I am planning to apply partner visa from within Australia. So for this I am planning to apply Tourist visa for my wife and when she comes here then I will start the process. There are few things I wanted to confirm: 1. Shall I proceed with this process? - I am planning for this way since we want to stay together and not be apart after the marriage. 2. If I apply via this process, what will happen to her visa status? Will her tourist visa be converted to bridging visa? If yes, then will she be able to work on that visa? Thanks much in advance!
Make sure you have a plan B in case the tourist visa is refused or comes with a " no further stay condition". Apart from being married you also need to be able to meet the general relationship requirements.

If a valid partner visa is lodged onshore, she will be granted a bridging visa with work rights. The bridging visa will not come into effect until the tourist visa ceases, so keep that in mind when deciding on the maximum stay period of the tourist visa.

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