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Old 08-06-2015, 07:40 AM
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Hi guys. I'm still reading the 100+ pages of comments and replies of this thread and it was already giving me jitters but at the same time its loading my tank of information. I sent my application just last June 2015 and Iím already anxious about it. Hahaha.. Maybe Iíll be expecting myself to be in here for quite some time..
Hi Caryatita!

What kind of partner visa did you apply for? De facto?


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Old 08-06-2015, 08:06 AM
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Hi! I'm about to lodge my 820 application in person in September (Fuhreaking out! LOL) Just a quick question, with the bridging visa A, does that give you full working rights? I'm currently on a Tourist visa now. Any response will be greatly appreciated! <3

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Yes it comes with full work rights but not until your tourist visa expires and the BVA kicks in.


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Old 08-06-2015, 08:14 AM
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Yes it comes with full work rights but not until your tourist visa expires and the BVA kicks in.
Awesome! Thanks for the reply, Mish! Thank God for that! At least I can earn back that high fee!


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Old 08-06-2015, 11:07 AM
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Hi Caryatita!

What kind of partner visa did you apply for? De facto?
Hi Princessa. I applied for 820/801 too.


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Old 08-06-2015, 11:18 AM
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Hi Princessa. I applied for 820/801 too.
Cool. Did they issue you a bridging visa as soon as you submitted your application?


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Old 08-06-2015, 11:32 AM
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Cool. Did they issue you a bridging visa as soon as you submitted your application?
Yeah they did, the day after I send my application they send me the confirmation and also the bridging visa A. It just take effect thou when my visit visa expires.


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Old 08-06-2015, 11:36 AM
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Yeah they did, the day after I send my application they send me the confirmation and also the bridging visa A. It just take effect thou when my visit visa expires.
Do you mind sending me a private message? LOL i dont know how to! I just want to ask you something if that's alright. Thanks!

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Hi guys, we applied for de-facto visa in Nov last year so I am now on a BV-A.
My partners granddad has gotten really sick and her family is flying over to New Zealand, her dad is going tomorrow already.

What are the odds of getting a BV-B(I think thats the one you can re-enter on a bva?)in a few days time, my partner would like for me to meet him before its too late.

if so what's the quickest way

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Just apply for it ( Bridging visa B )
You will get one in less than 3 days.
I have applied for 2 in the past , and put down visiting my family as the reason,
and got a 6 month BVB both times

I sent my application via courrier mail,
and the visa vas issued the same day they received the parcel. . ( 3 days ) i live in the outback..

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Old 08-09-2015, 12:24 AM
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Just apply for it ( Bridging visa B )
You will get one in less than 3 days.
I have applied for 2 in the past , and put down visiting my family as the reason,
and got a 6 month BVB both times

I sent my application via courrier mail,
and the visa vas issued the same day they received the parcel. . ( 3 days ) i live in the outback..
Hi Gothenburg,

When you apply for BVB, will you need to re-apply for a BVA once you get back in Australia? Does BVB have working rights as well? Thanks!


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