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Lifting Work Restrictions on a BVA


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Old 05-27-2020, 01:49 AM
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Lifting Work Restrictions on a BVA

Hey,

Does anyone have any advice on lifting working restrictions on a BVA?

I'm not entirely sure of the process.

Here is my history.

I applied for a partner of a NZ citizen. Subclass 461.
Automatically granted a BVA with the same restrictions as my WHV.

I had the restrictions lifted on the WHV until the date it expires.

Now my BVA comes into effect from next week with 6 month restrictions on working for same employer.

Do I simply apply for a new BVA requesting a lift on work restrictions. I'm not in financial hardship and I've worked with employer for a year, so they are keen to keep me on. They could sponsor me but likely not when I have another application in process.

Very confused.


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Old 05-27-2020, 01:54 AM
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8547 - Not work for one employer for more than 6 months

You must not be employed by any one employer for more than 6 months, without the prior permission in writing of the Secretary.


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Old 05-27-2020, 10:53 PM
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You should be able to complete and submit form 1005 which is an application to change conditions on a bridging visa.

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You should be able to complete and submit form 1005 which is an application to change conditions on a bridging visa.
Thanks for response.

That form is very much financially focused. Is that the only reason they would lift it?


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