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Old 07-01-2014, 09:54 AM
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Hi, its good that you got professional help.

I was on bridging visa A. Mrt was rejected. I got granted bridging c with no travel and no work rights. i applied and got work rights later which were granted within 7 days.

i was asked for schedule 3 waiver compelling reasons, they sometimes apply when you are not on a substantive visa and are on a bridging visa.

In your case. bridging visa will be granted first thing after acknowledgement of application and after charges are deducted.

if your partner is on bridging visa he'll probably get bridging visa c with no travel and no working rights. If you have expenses exceeding family income and got some evidence to show for it. Working rights can be applied using form 1005 showing financial harship. Decision is normally made within couple weeks.
I think we will apply for work permit tmr. Can u pls tell me if we gotta pay any extra or not ? I am working around 1000 fortnighly and my husband is not allowed to work so will that be possible to get accepted ?
We share a house with another mate which may cost us around 500d monthly.
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I think we will apply for work permit tmr. Can u pls tell me if we gotta pay any extra or not ? I am working around 1000 fortnighly and my husband is not allowed to work so will that be possible to get accepted ?
We share a house with another mate which may cost us around 500d monthly.
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Not sure if you will need to pay extra but it is up to DIBP if they grant work rights or not.

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Come on! I wanna hear new grants tomorrow!


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After lurking around for months i finally paid for my application and joined the club. Now the uploading begins and patiently wait Good luck everyone

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OMGG GUYSS i just received my grant letter via Email.Can't believe it lol.
Here is my 820/801 partner onshore timeline
Lodged in Sydney by post 20/05/2013
12/02/2014 case allocated to Perth
13/05 /2014 Got assigned with CO and request more relationship evidence and 80form witin 28days
06/06/2014 I submitted the requested info
12/06/2014 Got email from CO she said my relationship evidence was not sufficient again asked me to send her some letters of correspondence me and my partner with same home address.I freaked out spend hours to find letters and posted it straightway cuz our deadline was next day.
02/07/2014 Visa granted!
I was always worried cuz we didnt have joint house lease nor bills.It's such a relief i can sleep well now hehe.Wish you guys all the best )

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OMGG GUYSS i just received my grant letter via Email.Can't believe it lol.
Here is my 820/801 partner onshore timeline
Lodged in Sydney by post 20/05/2013
12/02/2014 case allocated to Perth
13/05 /2014 Got assigned with CO and request more relationship evidence and 80form witin 28days
06/06/2014 I submitted the requested info
12/06/2014 Got email from CO she said my relationship evidence was not sufficient again asked me to send her some letters of correspondence me and my partner with same home address.I freaked out spend hours to find letters and posted it straightway cuz our deadline was next day.
02/07/2014 Visa granted!
I was always worried cuz we didnt have joint house lease nor bills.It's such a relief i can sleep well now hehe.Wish you guys all the best )
Omg congrats!! it surely does give hope to all the other applicants out here showing that even difficult cases can get approved

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Congratulations... Such good news... time for a little celebration... Cheers

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Hi everyone; two weeks ago I applied for 820 and was granted a BVC, with condition of no work rights. I have researched and seems you can get work rights but you need to show compelling reasons.
How does one go about that, I can provide my partners payslips, our weekly expenses such as rent, grocery bills and other bills such as car rego, insurance, telephone and electricity as well as credit card repayments. Will that be enough? We are just barely scraping by and would be good for me to start working.
Another question is regarding financial commitment, I've show evidence that we purchased a car together and that my partner transfers money to my account to support me. What other evidence can I provide as I feel that the evidence I've provided could be stronger. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Hey lightbulb. Regarding to the financial commitment .The only evidence i have provided was Joint bank account and statements with highlight purchase like grocery shopping ect.We don't have any joint travel or hotel stay .We don't have any bills to pay or rent cuz we are staying with my partner's mum house.I thought our financial was pretty weak thats why i was worrying a lot.You just have to explain in your statement.CO will understand.And keep praying ,God is with us!

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Congratulations Yance22, great news for you


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