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Leaving on Visitor (subclass 600)

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Old 07-06-2020, 06:53 AM
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Leaving on Visitor (subclass 600)

Hi all

Just a quick question:

My friend arrived on an eVisitor; before three months were up and due to Covid, we (she) applied for Visitor subclass 600 as this was the only way to stay (besides a student visa which wasn't in her interest as she's a true tourist/ visitor).

Her new Visitor 600 came with "No travel" and expires in October. She is leaving Australia at the end of July and she's not returning until next year (on eVisitor, when the border opens again).

When she leaves Australia in July, does she just goes through the border and fly away and that's it? Or will her visa be cancelled (cause she left and breached No travel) and that would affect her future applications for an eVisitor? I guess she just leaves the country and flies away, or is there a trick? Wouldn't surprise me...
Sorry if it's a stupid question.

Thank you!!!

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Old 07-07-2020, 01:13 AM
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'No travel' does not apply to departures.

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