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Old 08-04-2017, 03:09 AM
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3 months stay on Visitor Visa 600 over .

I have a VISITOR (Class FA) VISITOR (Subclass 600) Stay For/Until 3 Month(s) with multiple entries valid till 20 May 2018 (12 months visa grant)

with conditions

8101 - NO WORK &
8201 - MAX 3 MONTHS STUDY

I am in Australia from around last 2 and a half months, and my 3 months stay is going to expire on 20- August-2017 and I want to extend this from Australia.

Query: Could you please tell me, can I extend this stay for next 3 months without leaving this country? If yes, kindly tell me what are the options?

The only option which I know is I have to leave Australia (go to any country including home country) and enter again (even if I enter Australia very next day after depart) as I have a multiple entry visa.


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Yes, you can try. You can't extend your current visa. However, you can apply for a new visitor visa before this one expires.

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Old 08-06-2017, 03:22 AM
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They may not issue you with another Multi Entry visa again, and it may only have a 3 month stay.

They may even refuse it.


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Not sure why you are posting this again, as I believe I have already answered your query in a different post...

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