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Old 07-14-2020, 01:21 AM
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Rrv 157

Question on RRV 157 on behalf of my daughter.
1. She is in mid twenties, got her PR 4 years ago, travel period expiring early next year
2. In the last 5 years, she has been in Australia for about two weeks only
3. Not married, no children. Her parents are myself here in Aus with one other sibling.
4. Currently working overseas. She does not own property or other substantial asset in Australia. What are the chances of getting RRV approved if applied from overtseas? Trying to fly back this year, but tickets are not affordable and keep getting cancelled.. Also when to apply for RRV? Website says no info available on processing time. Thanks for advice.


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Old 07-14-2020, 06:24 AM
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She needs to apply for a 155 visa first - the Department will consider her for a 157 visa if she isn’t eligible for a 155 visa. She would be much better to come back before her visa expires as it doesn’t look like she has many substantial ties. A 157 only has a three month expiry, so it won’t be of much help anyway if you are trying to delay travel.

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Thanks for the reply. I understand some people get the RRV for 1 year. What are the requirements to get this?


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Thanks for the reply. I understand some people get the RRV for 1 year. What are the requirements to get this?
“the Minister is satisfied that the applicant has substantial business, cultural, employment or personal ties with Australia which are of benefit to Australia”

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Old 07-15-2020, 10:29 AM
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Thanks Paul. Her travel period on her PR visa expires on June 2021. If she applies for the RRV anyway, and if that is rejected or if it is given for 3 mths only such that it falls before June 2021, does the RRV supercede or adversely affect her situation? Or will her PR travel period to June 2021 still apply?


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Old 07-15-2020, 06:54 PM
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If refused no issue, if granted it replaces the current visa, but that would be an unlikely outcome for one that was less favourable. I suggest that you get a proper professional assessment of her specific circumstances, so you can plan ahead properly.

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