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Applying from India for Visitor visa and then from Aus applying for Partner Visa &BVA


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Old 03-22-2017, 03:36 AM
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Hi All,

Am from India and my partner staying in Melbourne nad started settling over there ( PR VISA).

And am staying in India applying for visitor visa over here ( 4-6 months) and then go there and then applying for partner visa followed by BVA.

1. Can any one let us know whether this way it works or anyone who has applied in this similar manner.?

2.Can i apply for any other visa while am on visitor visa? if not then why?

3.Can i get working rights on BVA once visitor visa is expired?

Am really confused on all these probabilities.

Please reply.

Thanks,
Roh


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You can apply for another visa in Australia as long you don't have a "No Further Stay" condition (8503) on your visa. You might want to consider other options.

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You can apply for another visa in Australia as long you don't have a "No Further Stay" condition (8503) on your visa. You might want to consider other options.
Hi Jeremy,


you mean to say, in visitor visa i should not have NFS is it? If yes then under which conditions this NFS will be given?

Can you specify it please.

Thanks,
Rohini


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Old 03-22-2017, 06:49 AM
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Most Visitor Visas (600) seem to have the "No Further Stay" condition.

It seems to be there to stop people using a Visitor Visa to arrive and then apply for another type of Visa.

I doubt that a request to remove it would be actioned.


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