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Old 07-11-2016, 12:35 PM
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during applying visa go overseas

Please be advice me,

I have a question that,
I'm applying permanent residency visa from 457 visa.
During the visa proceeding, Can I go to travel overseas for one month?
I expect during my travel overseas, I don't grant visa yet.

thank you for your help.


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As long as your 457 is still active and you aren't breaching any condition of that visa, you can travel freely. If your 457 expires, you need a Bridging Visa B to allow you to re-enter Australia before the PR visa is granted.

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Hi it depends on what type of visa you are currently holding. if you are holding a visa other than a BV, you should have no problem on travelling. But if you are holding a BVA which was granted when you applied 457(BVA activated when your substantive visa expired), then you need apply a BVB with which allows you to re entry.


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As long as your 457 is still active and you aren't breaching any condition of that visa, you can travel freely. If your 457 expires, you need a Bridging Visa B to allow you to re-enter Australia before the PR visa is granted.
Thank you for telling me, Maggie


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Hi it depends on what type of visa you are currently holding. if you are holding a visa other than a BV, you should have no problem on travelling. But if you are holding a BVA which was granted when you applied 457(BVA activated when your substantive visa expired), then you need apply a BVB with which allows you to re entry.
Thank you for telling me, yarra.


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