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Partner visa and Bridging Visa ??

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Old 05-27-2013, 08:40 AM
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Partner visa and Bridging Visa ??

Hi everyone

I'm on a bridging visa c which is due to expire in June. I have recently been granted a new bridging C when I applied for a partner visa onshore - I have the confirmation letter of this along with the grant number.

When I look on vevo, however, it states that my current bridging visa runs out in June - there is no mention of the new visa grant...??

I assume that it will just roll into the new bridging visa when my current one expires, and then this change will appear on vevo - is this correct? Or should I be concerned that I can't see anything about it...

Thanks in advance...

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