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Old 05-14-2010, 05:49 AM
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i have read at DIAC site about currnent citizenship changes which will effect on 1 June 2010. I got PR in Sep 2008 and my first entry to australia was in Jun 2009 i live their for a month and come back to my home country in July.
after that time i didnt go to australia ,
My question is does current changes will effect me?can i go to Australia till my PR expires? and how it effect my citizenship process? as in DIAC they says that you must not absent from australia for more than 1 year?

Thanks in advance


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Hi,

i have read at DIAC site about currnent citizenship changes which will effect on 1 June 2010. I got PR in Sep 2008 and my first entry to australia was in Jun 2009 i live their for a month and come back to my home country in July.
after that time i didnt go to australia ,
My question is does current changes will effect me?can i go to Australia till my PR expires? and how it effect my citizenship process? as in DIAC they says that you must not absent from australia for more than 1 year?

Thanks in advance
Though they are related, PR and Citizenship are two different applications and you can travel to Australia on your PR visa up until it expires and after that time you can apply for a Residents Return Visa if you are not a citizen but there are also requirements for that you may want to check for it is not a case of just coming back to Australia, staying for a month and leaving again.
Returning Residents - Visas & Immigration for details.

You can check all which is required for a citizenship application to be successful @ Australian Citizenship – Application process for Australian citizenship , you needing to have lived in Australia for four years with absences totalling no more than one year and no more than 90 days in the year immediately before applying.




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