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Thanks for the clarification. As an ENZ citizen, your partner can sponsor you for a sc. 820 visa. Being on a bridging visa means that you may have to meet additional schedule 3 requirements or obtain a waiver.
Nick thank you very much for this information, I had no idea. We do have an 19 month old daughter together and my application for a new 461 hasn't been rejected yet, they have asked me to withdraw it before they make it decision (which will be to reject it of course). I have read (3001) that I have 28 days to apply for a new visa after my original visa 461 expired which was 3 days ago. But im on a bridging visa so does that cancel that idea out?

IMMI contacted me the day my 461 visa expired unfortunately. If only I put the application in earlier.


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Like Nick and Ampk stated, you can apply for the 820...however, since you are on a BVA already, you will need to meet Schedule 3 criteria. I had to do this and it was NOT fun at all. It is hard to do and if I were you, I'd be consulting a RMA. Nick is a RMA and knows all about this stuff. I'd highly recommend you engage him (or any of the other knowledgeable RMAs found in the RMA sticky); because you do NOT want to go through this without help.

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Thanks for the clarification. As an ENZ citizen, your partner can sponsor you for a sc. 820 visa. Being on a bridging visa means that you may have to meet additional schedule 3 requirements or obtain a waiver.
Hi Nick, as I am basically ready to go with the visa 820 (I duplicated all my paperwork for my 461 application luckily) would it be possible to hire you once the details for Schedule 3 is requested? I am hoping it would go in my favour that I havent actually been refused a partner visa and lodging the application before the 28 days is up.


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