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Bridging visa B extension & Pregnancy


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Old 09-17-2019, 05:32 AM
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Bridging visa B extension & Pregnancy

Hi everyone,
I’m currently waiting on my partner visa 820 it’s been around 15 months now.
I’m from the uk and my mother has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and has been moved into a care home. I’m wanting to head back to the UK for as long as possible, has anyone applied for a bridging visa B with ‘ extenuating circumstances‘ (I can’t remember if that’s the right term) but instead of getting a bridging visa B for a month requesting it for 3-6 months.
Also I’ve just found out I’m pregnant,
If I get the request for 6 months (on the bridging visa B) that would put me in the third trimester when you’re aren’t meant to fly, does anyone know what would happen if I couldn’t fly back in the bridging visa B timeframe? Can you extend it when you’re out of the country?
I hope this makes sense 😊


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Old 09-17-2019, 06:18 AM
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Immigration use the term, but Australian visas cannot be extended.
You must apply for another visa.
Bridging visas B cannot be applied for or granted from outside Australia.
You could try to make a case for a lengthy bridging B and see what you get.
If your child is born in Australia and at least one parent is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, s/he would be an Australian citizen by birth. There are other options if a child is born outside Australia. It might pay you to consult a registered migration agent before you put your head in the lion's mouth.

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