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Old 10-09-2018, 05:30 AM
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No guarantee a visitor visa will be granted for the 're entry - the requirements for the visa need to be met and you may not be deemed as a genuine visitor.
Absolutely!! I know this can happen! (See story about Perth airport)
That's why I was fearful for Gingersnap, but if they seem confident in what they have been advised...


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*BUMP*
does anyone have any info about the flexibility of dates (within your stated time frame of travel) once you have applied and been granted a BVB?
Cheers, Dani


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*BUMP*
does anyone have any info about the flexibility of dates (within your stated time frame of travel) once you have applied and been granted a BVB?
Cheers, Dani
You can travel as little or often as you like within the travel facility of the BVB.

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If you are intending to travel at the end of October/November then return with some flexibility, I would apply shortly.

Maybe instead of booking the flights, you could have a travel agency quote flexible flights for you and attach that quote?

Then you can just submit a basic outline of where you plan to go and what you want to do.

My husband was grated 6 months from application date, even though we only stated we needed it for around 2 weeks.



This is exactly what it said;

Visa grant date 9th January 2018

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Travel overseas
This Bridging visa B replaces the previous Bridging visa A or Bridging visa B granted in association with your application for a Partner (Temporary) (class UK) Partner (subclass 820) visa.
Your bridging visa B allows you to leave and return to Australia on multiple occasions until 09 July 2018. You must make sure that you return to Australia before this date. If you are in Australia after 09 July 2018, this bridging visa allows you to remain in Australia, but not to travel overseas again, until your substantive visa application is decided.

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Jan: Met in Aus
May: Partner returned from USA
June: Married my love - 23 weeks pregnant
July: Applied 820/801 - Online no agent
August: ETA Expired - Onto BVA with WA/010
August/September: Planned FBI & Police Checks
And now we start our life and play the waiting game.

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Hi Ruby,

I just wanted to let you know that our BVB came through this morning, so just on 24 hours.

Interesting though, they only granted us a 3 month window on this visa and not 6 months as per the previous Visa.. however I didn't ask for longer than required.
Also we are 15 months into our wait now since applying, so its possible that we would be at the next stage when we need to travel again in July.

I would agree that probably its a good idea to book your tickets as a flexible option, and then apply 2.5-3 weeks before you want to leave.

This is the second time we have waited less than 2 days for a Visa.. My husband is also from the US which is a low risk country.

Goodluck!

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820/801 - USA to AUS

Jan: Met in Aus
May: Partner returned from USA
June: Married my love - 23 weeks pregnant
July: Applied 820/801 - Online no agent
August: ETA Expired - Onto BVA with WA/010
August/September: Planned FBI & Police Checks
And now we start our life and play the waiting game.

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Hi Ruby,

I just wanted to let you know that our BVB came through this morning, so just on 24 hours.

Interesting though, they only granted us a 3 month window on this visa and not 6 months as per the previous Visa.. however I didn't ask for longer than required.
Also we are 15 months into our wait now since applying, so its possible that we would be at the next stage when we need to travel again in July.

I would agree that probably its a good idea to book your tickets as a flexible option, and then apply 2.5-3 weeks before you want to leave.

This is the second time we have waited less than 2 days for a Visa.. My husband is also from the US which is a low risk country.

Goodluck!

Thanks so much for the input. I am hoping that it will be quick for me too. I am really glad to hear that yours came through and you can relax a little! :-)


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