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Old 07-20-2018, 10:41 AM
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On the homeaffairs.gov.au website, it says you need to be on the territory to apply and be granted the bvb, but it doesn't say you have to be in the country when it start...
Which means I could leave the country on the 15th (3 days before end of visitor visa), then on the 18 th or 19th, the bvb automatically start.
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If you leave before 18 August and return before the last entry date, your tourist visa would be valid for another 3 months. You would then have to wait 3 months before your bridging visa A would come into effect.

The bridging visa B will replace your bridging visa A. It is basically the same as your bridging visa A with a limited travel facility attached .

What is the final entry date of your tourist visa?
it s the 18th aug


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If you leave before 18 August and return before the last entry date, your tourist visa would be valid for another 3 months. You would then have to wait 3 months before your bridging visa A would come into effect.
So I wouldn't need to re apply for it, it wil be automatically valid for another 3 months.
Sorry I really want to understand properly.


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If the final entry date of your visa is 28 August, you MUST get a bridging visa B before you leave. You should apply about 2 or 3 weeks before departure. Do not leave Australia, before the bridging visa B is granted, otherwise you may not be able to return. Make sure to return well before the travel facility expires and don’t leave it to the last day.

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If the final entry date of your visa is 28 August, you MUST get a bridging visa B before you leave. You should apply about 2 or 3 weeks before departure. Do not leave Australia, before the bridging visa B is granted, otherwise you may not be able to return. Make sure to return well before the travel facility expires and don’t leave it to the last day.
No no no , it s the 18 aug , and i booked flight on the 15th.


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This is the end date right?
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No no no , it s the 18 aug , and i booked flight on the 15th.
Yes, so your tourist visa will expire when you are outside Australia. Therefore you need to have a bridging visa B in place to be able to return to Australia.

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which means I don't need to be in Australia for the start (not the grant) of the bvb?


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which means I don't need to be in Australia for the start (not the grant) of the bvb?
The bridging visa B can only be granted while you are in Australia, but you can leave before it comes into effect. It will come into effect when your tourist visa expires.

There are 2 ways your ETA will expire, so carefully check the dates on the ETA grant letter.

1) If you are in Australia when the maximum stay period ends.
2) if you are outside Australia on the “ last entry date”.

If you return to Australia before the “ last entry date”, the ETA will be active for another 3 months.

Hope that makes it clear. I can’t explain it any better than that.

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Bro, you the man! Thank you so much for your patience and explanation!

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