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Old 07-11-2019, 08:35 AM
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190 Visa issue

Hi Guys

I am in a quandary, we as a family activated our visas back in 2014 and have until next month to get to Australia, my wife and children could go but I have too much stuff to sort out here. My visa says I need to enter the country before the visa expiry date and I'm not an idiot I know the rules but would there be any grounds on allowing me in a month later as the last family member? I guess the only other option is to go on a spouse visa, is there an option of going on a standard travel visa and then pleading my case when in Australia?

Any help would be much appreciated.


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Old 07-11-2019, 08:43 AM
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There is no “special case” way to extend your visa. If you can’t get onshore in time, you need to apply for a Resident Return Visa (RRV), eligibility for which will be based on your ties to Australia. You are a long way from spouse visa territory at the moment, but this needs to be thought through carefully. It is not an issue of “pleading your case” - you just need to demonstrate that you meet the grounds to be granted the RRV.

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Old 07-11-2019, 08:59 AM
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Hi Paul
Thanks for your info, as you are an expert I will be more detailed, we activated the visas back in 2014 and then shortly returned home (dying parent) and have been in the UK ever since with 2 more parents dying. We now believe we should go and know that we are running out of time, if my wife and 2 out of the 3 children aged 13 and 19 go within time are you saying that my and my other daughter aged 17 (birthday in October) should be able to apply for a RRV from the UK now? the risk is that we get 3 family members out to Aus to then find that my and my daughter cant join them which would be a complete disaster. I really appreciate your help!!


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Old 07-11-2019, 10:50 AM
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The reasons for your absence are not relevant at this point, but will be soon. The only thing that matters is your "substantial ties, of benefit" to Australia. The risk you outline clearly exists and cannot be completely removed unless you all return before your visas expire. You do need to get some bespoke advice, based on your specific circumstances, on the best strategies, as this is beyond what can be achieved in a forum.

If you contact me via my website, I can take a look for you.

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