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Hello, my partner and I want to spend New Year in Sydney and then we would like to book a 9 nights Cruise to South Pacific Islands (Royal Caribbean) departing from and arriving to Sydney. After this, we have plans to leave Australia, with exit ticket flying to New Zealand.

The thing is that my WHV expires in November. Do you think I would be able to extend my stay to January? I still don't want to make the bookings, I am afraid they refuse my visa extend


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