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Old 05-06-2019, 09:55 AM
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Hi guys
Just quick query, my wife recently was granted her 309 TR, so were over the moon about that.. but was also curious if every time she leaves aus on this visa will she require a bridging visa to do so?


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No she won’t. The 309 is her visa.

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Old 05-06-2019, 09:25 PM
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I suggest you give the grant letter a good read, there is a lot of useful info in it including the answer to your question


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I suggest you give the grant letter a good read, there is a lot of useful info in it including the answer to your question
I haven't met a person yet who actually reads their grant letters....I wish they did.

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Awesome, it’s an electronic visa linked to her passport... thanks for help guys!


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Awesome, it’s an electronic visa linked to her passport... thanks for help guys!
That's all Australian visas, however you receive a grant notification letter (either physically or by email) and it has all the conditions requirements and lots of useful information.


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Awesome, it’s an electronic visa linked to her passport... thanks for help guys!
If you applied online you should still be able to retrieve the visa grant letter, which contains important information. I always send the grant letter to my clients and advise them to keep a digital copy, but to also print out a paper copy, read the entire letter carefully and keep a hard copy in a safe place.

Before the electronic visas, there were stickers in the passport which only contained basic information. People would still rely on the visa grant letter for the sort of information you are after.

I wasn’t having a go at you, I was just making a general observation. Many of my clients do not properly read their grant letters, no matter how much I highlight it. It’s a bit like manuals. No one seems to read them, until all else fails. I’m guilty of that myself.

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