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Going under de facto visa from student visa.


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Old 06-09-2016, 03:03 AM
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Going under de facto visa from student visa.

Hi,
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I am at the moment under international student visa (572) and my boyfriend is under (457). I would like to go under de facto visa with him but I have some questions what rules applies while I'm under bridging visa.
How many hours can I work while I am in bridging visa?
Do I still pay international student tuition fees (TAFE)? In Bridging visa? In 457?
What about university?

Thank you guys.


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Hi,
I try to write short.
I am at the moment under international student visa (572) and my boyfriend is under (457). I would like to go under de facto visa with him but I have some questions what rules applies while I'm under bridging visa.
How many hours can I work while I am in bridging visa?
Do I still pay international student tuition fees (TAFE)? In Bridging visa? In 457?
What about university?

Thank you guys.
Your partner is not a PR yet, so he cannot sponsor you on a partner visa. However, you can ask to be added to his 457 as his dependent. But his company need to agree to extend their sponsorship to include you in his 457 visa.

You will have to pay international student rate until you are a PR.


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Old 06-09-2016, 03:25 AM
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What about working hours while in bridging visa?


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Old 06-09-2016, 10:14 PM
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You would need to see what conditions may be placed on the bridging visa. Sometimes there are no restrictions, but other times you have to comply with the same conditions as your original (student) visa.

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