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Old 09-15-2013, 07:10 PM
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And yes, you can travel to Oz on a tourist visa while your 309 is processing.. you just need to let Immigration know and ask them nicely (they're doing you a favor ) to let you know when they're ready to make a decision on your visa so you can get offshore again. Then you can take a quick trip to Bali or NZ once they let you know they're ready to grant and you need to get offshore. As Ozzy said, Bridging Visas are only for folks applying onshore.

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I have evidence for one year of us living together. We are engaged, she also has a daugther from her previous marriage who I consider my daugther. I have Facebook messeges, text, phone récords, pictures, Fathersday cards. What other info will i need?


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Bank statements showing how you support each other is a big one. The migration booklet covers the categories of evidence you need to include.


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What Bout money transfer, Ive been sending money and have all my records for that.


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What Bout money transfer, Ive been sending money and have all my records for that.
Yes definitely! That would show you support her financially which is a huge and important factor.


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Does it matter if the money was sent in my sons name. To an account linked to my partner.


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Old 09-16-2013, 01:30 AM
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Provide all the evidence you can as far back as you can. It's not definite you'll get a permanent visa if you only have evidence of a year of living together, but it's worth a try. And either way, it's still better than having to do the PMV and then the 820.

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Hi there, My partner and I are in exactly the same boat only we have a daughter and she is 3 haha. He is also from the usa and has been here on a working holiday visa for a year as of September 27th. He has been over on a holiday visa before then as well.

On Thursday we posted off our 820/801 application and it got accepted on the Friday. It's not a complete application though as it's missing the Police check and health report, but we'll be mailing them in by the end of the month.

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Is it possible to get more than one work and holiday visa?


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Is it possible to get more than one work and holiday visa?
Not possible for an individual to get more than one work and holiday visa.


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