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Old 03-28-2014, 01:41 AM
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Again thankyou kangaroogirl,

As stated in my thread we are married and meet all requirements for a spouse visa.

My concerns are at what point can she legally work ( as she wants to ) and what the time frame was to do this legally...I think CCMS has answered this question


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Again thankyou kangaroogirl,

As stated in my thread we are married and meet all requirements for a spouse visa.

My concerns are at what point can she legally work ( as she wants to ) and what the time frame was to do this legally...I think CCMS has answered this question
Being married is not the only evidence required for the visa, I was just linking you to the document that will assist you to ensure you have all required evidence.

Sometimes people mistakenly believe that marriage alone fulfills the requirements for a partner visa

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Again I thank you for your comments, I would say that I am fully aware of the requirements with regard to the Spouse Visa, may only concerns are those that I have already posted which is not explained fully anyway on the Aust Gov website or in fact on the PDF form 47SP that i have read many times over. As I said she more than meets all requirements the Gov asks of her. I would like to actually where on the web site or the PDF where it actually states that she gets medicare/work rights after attaining her BVA as I can not find it ( thats why I asked in here ), I of course have a few other questions but I take on your advice and will start a new thread for those, again thank you for your imput and assistance, I really do appreciate the time you and others have given me...


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Again I thank you for your comments, I would say that I am fully aware of the requirements with regard to the Spouse Visa, may only concerns are those that I have already posted which is not explained fully anyway on the Aust Gov website or in fact on the PDF form 47SP that i have read many times over. As I said she more than meets all requirements the Gov asks of her. I would like to actually where on the web site or the PDF where it actually states that she gets medicare/work rights after attaining her BVA as I can not find it ( thats why I asked in here ), I of course have a few other questions but I take on your advice and will start a new thread for those, again thank you for your imput and assistance, I really do appreciate the time you and others have given me...
You can find Medicare eligibility information on the Medicare website. Here:

http://www.humanservices.gov.au/cust...-medicare-card

The criteria you are looking for here is having applied for a permanent visa. You just show them the bridging visa letter you receive via email after submitting your application.

I can't find where it mentions work rights on the immi website but you can rest assured that work rights are included with BVA and many members here or their partners are on BVA and have the letters showing work rights.

Also regarding Medicare, there is a whole thread about this at the top of the Page called "Medicare and when you can apply"

If you prefer, you could simply contact immigration and ask them to clarify I guess. Not all information is listed on their website.

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Further thought on BVA. What I seem to remember being stated on this forum before is that a BVA will carry the same work rights as the visa you have applied for. So, seeing as 820 comes with work rights, the Bridging Visa A for 820 comes with work rights. Not ALL BVA come with work rights, but when applying for a partner visa 820 it does.

Someone might like to confirm or correct this but that is my understanding of why the immi website doesn't state that "BVA comes with work rights", because it depends which visa you're applying for.

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You are quite correct in all you have said.....

My BAD for thinking everything a person needed to know would be in one simpley put area.....Of course there are multiple departments at play here and of course we must get important information from each thus allowing each Dept to justify their own existence...Welcome to Australia...


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Further thought on BVA. What I seem to remember being stated on this forum before is that a BVA will carry the same work rights as the visa you have applied for. So, seeing as 820 comes with work rights, the Bridging Visa A for 820 comes with work rights. Not ALL BVA come with work rights, but when applying for a partner visa 820 it does.

Someone might like to confirm or correct this but that is my understanding of why the immi website doesn't state that "BVA comes with work rights", because it depends which visa you're applying for.
You are close a BVA generally comes with the same restrictions on your last substantive visa. i.e. if you were on a tourist visa and applied for some other visa that requires a BVA for processing, you won't be able to work because you can't work on a tourist visa.

However, since November 2012 this work restriction on BVA's received for 820/801 visas does not exist - any such BVA granted after applying for an onshore partner visa does not have any work restrictions, no matter your last substantive visa.

As far as I am aware, all other visa applications requiring a BVA still carry over the work restrictions from your last substantive visa - although open to clarification on this (haven't done much research in this area).

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You are close a BVA generally comes with the same restrictions on your last substantive visa. i.e. if you were on a tourist visa and applied for some other visa that requires a BVA for processing, you won't be able to work because you can't work on a tourist visa.

However, since November 2012 this work restriction on BVA's received for 820/801 visas does not exist - any such BVA granted after applying for an onshore partner visa does not have any work restrictions, no matter your last substantive visa.

As far as I am aware, all other visa applications requiring a BVA still carry over the work restrictions from your last substantive visa - although open to clarification on this (haven't done much research in this area).
Ah yes, thanks Dane! I recall it more clearly now. Cheers!

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excellent that is how I read it also


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