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Old 11-22-2013, 04:26 AM
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The department was advised on 00/00/2013 that your client ceased employment with his sponsor ********** on 00/00/2013. This means the grounds exist for the department to cancel his 457 visa however, as an application for a UK 820 partner visa has been lodged, generally he may remain on his current 457 visa until a decision is made on his UK 820 partner visa application. Your client can travel offshore on his current visa and apply for other visas if he wishes to do so.


As mentioned above, if the 457 visa is cancelled, the BVA will cease and your client will become an unlawful non-citizen. He would be required to apply, in person, for a Bridging Visa E (BVE) to remain lawfully in Australia until a decision is made on his UK 820 partner visa application.


[B]The BVE granted to him will have condition ‘8101’ (no work) attached. Your client may request work rights by completing Form 1005 (Application for a Bridging Visa) to have the ‘8101’ visa condition removed from his BVE. He will need to demonstrate financial hardship and a compelling need to work. This decision will be made by a compliance officer.
Okay, you can see your own letter, above, exactly what I'm talking about (bolded). Clearly I'm not "making up theories." DIBP spelled it out *exactly* in their letter here.

The one thing you have in your letter that I haven't seen happen for anyone else is the part where it says you can remain on your 457 until your 820 is granted. That is REALLY good, and I'm really happy for you! (Genuinely.. not just saying that. That makes things so much better for you.)

Anyone else reading this thread, though, needs to know that this is definitely NOT always how it works out. It can be risky to quit your job on a 457.

I'm really glad to know they are doing this now, though. Honestly, it makes much more sense to me. There can be very poor working conditions for 457 visa holders some places, and it has been awful for some of them having to maintain their employment at these places or risk giving up their work rights entirely while their 820s process. I hope this is a sign of things to come!

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thankyou maybe i didnt make it clear but that is what i was saying i had seen what you were saying and i also stated what they had told me its all good anyway

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Hey, I'm always super glad to learn one more way in which DIBP is fair/accommodating. Gives me hope.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
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hi gbp i was just wondering when you were going to cough up with my $1000 im losing interest on it


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hi gbp i was just wondering when you were going to cough up with my $1000 im losing interest on it
Wrong person, I didn't bet anything with you. Check again.


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oops sorry but you did agree with her! thats what happens when people do think they know everything!


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