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Old 01-19-2020, 10:19 AM
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Bridging Visa B for travel

Hi everyone,
I am on a bridging Visa C for 189 application. Now, I wanted to travel to Pakistan but BVB eligibility Says you must hold either BVB A or BVB B. Your expertise on what should i do?
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If your BVC does not let you work, or has restrictions on working, you can apply for another BVC that lets you work.
To be considered for a BVC that lets you work, you will usually have to demonstrate that you are experiencing financial hardship.

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Hi everyone,
I am on a bridging Visa C for 189 application. Now, I wanted to travel to Pakistan but BVB eligibility Says you must hold either BVB A or BVB B. Your expertise on what should i do?
Thanks in advance
As BVC holder, we cannot grant you a Bridging visa B (BVB) that allows you to travel and return to Australia whilst your substantive visa application is being processed.


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There is nothing you can do from a BVC.

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If I travel my BVC will be ceased, will it also effect my 189 application?


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No, it would not have any affect on your 189 application, however it may affect whether you could appeal a refusal so that's something to consider. As far as I know, the 189 can be granted regardless of whether you're in Australia or not.

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Interesting, One of immigration representatives told me over the phone that potentially your 189 application will be ceased, it all depends on Case Officer.
I wanted to travel for my Marriage reception but not getting any helpful information from anywhere.
Even migration consultants are not sure about this case because it is something very uncommon.


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Interesting, One of immigration representatives told me over the phone that potentially your 189 application will be ceased, it all depends on Case Officer.
I wanted to travel for my Marriage reception but not getting any helpful information from anywhere.
Even migration consultants are not sure about this case because it is something very uncommon.
189.4 Circumstances applicable to grant
189.411
The applicant may be in or outside Australia when the visa is granted,

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Even migration consultants are not sure about this case because it is something very uncommon.
It is not at all uncommon.

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Old 01-21-2020, 02:47 AM
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Thanks everyone, it looks like i can travel but BVC will cease not 189 application.
Do anyone know the current 189 processing time? On my application it says 12-18 months.


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