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Old 07-19-2019, 12:33 AM
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hi, you can still apply on shore for a partner visa, as long as you get married here in australia while youre tourist visa is still valid. (even if it has no further stay condition) that visa along with that condition will cease once you apply for a partner visa on shore as a bridging visa A will be then applied once your tourist visa ends. You will be be granted a bridging visa with with working visa and also a medicare.
This is so misleading it almost sounds like a joke.


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hi, you can still apply on shore for a partner visa, as long as you get married here in australia while youre tourist visa is still valid. (even if it has no further stay condition) that visa along with that condition will cease once you apply for a partner visa on shore as a bridging visa A will be then applied once your tourist visa ends. You will be be granted a bridging visa with with working visa and also a medicare.
You CANNOT apply for a partner visa onshore when you are subject to a “ no further stay” condition, unless the condition is waived first. Under the circumstances a waiver is highly unlikely, if not impossible.

The OP would be better off developing a different strategy instead of looking for ( non-existing) loopholes.

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If you look long enough, someone will eventually tell you what you want to hear. Which is not necessarily what you need to hear.

I do lots of tourist visa/ partner visa combinations from the Philippines and have never used the family sponsored pathway, which always comes with a “no further stay condition”.

A loophole would presumably consist of creating some sort of change in circumstances that would be compelling enough to waive the condition. I’m no fan of this approach. I have obtained waivers in the past,but that usually involved the welfare of minor children or some quite dramatic events that were not pre-meditated.

Yeah I understand, actually I just applied online and already tried filling up an online application for a partner visa onshore (I pretended that I was onshore) and it actually didn't work. Something popped out that says, I have to check the condition on my visa which might be preventing me with the application. There you go.


I actually don't mind coming back to the Philippines and start with the Partner visa application process for another year. What only concerns me is that I don't want to leave my 2 kids who are both Fil-Aust in AU (worst case scenario). Other than that, it's ok with me to fly back and apply offshore.


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Might not be the best strategy.
Yup it isn't but we have to since there's already a visa granted and we have already bought plane tickets. I tried an online application for an onshore partner visa and it actually didn't push through and something popped up and said that I have to check the conditions on my visa. THERE YOU GO.


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Yup it isn't but we have to since there's already a visa granted and we have already bought plane tickets. I tried an online application for an onshore partner visa and it actually didn't push through and something popped up and said that I have to check the conditions on my visa. THERE YOU GO.
You could do an Offshore Partner Visa application now, and get the medical and Police checks done before your flight..

You then go to Australia on the visitor visa, as planned, and then wait for the decision. At decision time, you leave Australia and come back on the partner visa, a few days later..


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You could do an Offshore Partner Visa application now, and get the medical and Police checks done before your flight..

You then go to Australia on the visitor visa, as planned, and then wait for the decision. At decision time, you leave Australia and come back on the partner visa, a few days later..
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