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Old 11-23-2017, 08:57 PM
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A quick Google search shows that there are different requirements based on what course you're trying to enrol. One says that while a BVA holder, they go off the conditions of the original visa you entered Oz on and a different set of courses says the same thing but adds a part saying unless DIBP had provided additional conditions on the bridging visa.

Your best bet is to go in with your paperwork and discuss in person.
You're right and very often the school administrators do not understand the visa system if it is outside the standard stuff they deal with. A student visa is easy for them. So is a tourist visa, which allows 3 months study.When people are on a bridging visa with the study limitation removed it sometimes becomes too confusing for them.

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Hello guys,

Thank you all for your answers. After having contacted four different offices today on the phone, the final answer is: I can enroll in the international TAFE website, but not under the normal TAFE website. To be able to register in the normal webiste I must, at least, hold a 820 visa.

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Old 11-24-2017, 05:52 AM
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Hello guys,

Thank you all for your answers. After having contacted four different offices today on the phone, the final answer is: I can enroll in the international TAFE website, but not under the normal TAFE website. To be able to register in the normal webiste I must, at least, hold a 820 visa.
That's correct, you'll have to enrol as an international student and pay the international student fee.

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