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Old 02-04-2017, 07:06 AM
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Probably best to start a new thread so answers don't get crossed - when you do it would be useful to let us know what visa you were on prior to bridging
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I'm trying to post my issues again. But I'm on bridge visa A I am reminding of family. My dad is my sponsor. I can stay here in Australia until I get my permanent visa Takes 20 years. But I have no work permit, and that's my problem,
I really have to get work permit. I hope anyone can advice how I can prove them I have Financial hardships,
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I'm trying to post my issues again. But I'm on bridge visa A I am reminding of family. My dad is my sponsor. I can stay here in Australia until I get my permanent visa Takes 20 years. But I have no work permit, and that's my problem,
I really have to get work permit. I hope anyone can advice how I can prove them I have Financial hardships,
Thanks
Apply for a BVA with work rights due to financial hardship. It's form 1005 and you can apply for it on your current visa online...or you can do the paper form and post it to them. Do a finances outline showing your expenditures to income ratio (or no income, if that is the case). Show proof of bills, bank statements, etc.

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That 12 month validation date will be from the date of medicals / police check, so may be much reduced.


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Thx for reply.

I'm trying to post my issues again. But I'm on bridge visa A I am reminding of family. My dad is my sponsor. I can stay here in Australia until I get my permanent visa Takes 20 years. But I have no work permit, and that's my problem,
I really have to get work permit. I hope anyone can advice how I can prove them I have Financial hardships,
Thanks
Can I suggest you contact a migration agent for assistance?


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it terms of how long it takes to process on shore, my partner has been waiting on the bridging de facto, with full work rights, but we've been waiting a full 17 months, with no sign of action. When we applied late Oct 2015, I read & I think I was also told the processing times had gone up dramatically to 12-18 months.
I can confirm this is correct


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