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Old 07-27-2016, 01:51 PM
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Partner Visa Subclass 820 and 801

Hi All,
I have submitted my visa application last month and was granted a Bridging A (subclass 010) Visa. Recently I came to know that my bridging Visa in not in effect and my Student visa is still in effect. On the other side, my master’s degree is left with one supplementary exam which is after 4 months. Currently I have updated my intention to my University and they are forcing me to get the New eCoE by enrolling that course again and paying full course fees. Can’t I do supplementary exam on my bridging visa or after I granted with 820?. Further I want to know about the Forms submission 40SP and 47SP, I have submitted online application in which most of the questions are similar to these forms so do I have to submit these as well?. In the attachments folder, it asked for “Family composition, evidence for” Do we have to draw my Family with a Family Tree like (Me and my wife and our son) or we both have to provide the details of Our parents and siblings ?.


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Old 07-28-2016, 06:39 AM
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Your student visa will remain in effect until it expires. Only then will the Bridging Visa kick in. You situation is quite complex and I would advise you talk to a Registered Migration Agent about.

If you have lodged your visa application online then all the questions on Forms 47PA and 40SP have been answered and you do not need to submit the paper forms.

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Thank you for valuable suggestion i appreciate your time.


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