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Old 06-03-2010, 08:40 PM
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Travel to Australia while the partner visa is processing

Hi, I m back in Italy after being married to an Australian girl because I was under a tourist visa with a " no further stay condition".
I ve sent the full application to the department in Berlin on the 27 th of may and I didn t get a CO yet.. now I want to back on Sydney asap because my wife is there waiting for me. Is there anyone in this situation that can tell me if I can get a visitor visa and wait the answer there in Australia ? I know that at the moment of the answer I need to be outside.
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Hi, I m back in Italy after being married to an Australian girl because I was under a tourist visa with a " no further stay condition".
I ve sent the full application to the department in Berlin on the 27 th of may and I didn t get a CO yet.. now I want to back on Sydney asap because my wife is there waiting for me. Is there anyone in this situation that can tell me if I can get a visitor visa and wait the answer there in Australia ? I know that at the moment of the answer I need to be outside.
Thank s
There is nothing to stop you applying for a tourist visa and yes, you'll need to take a trip abroad to have an offshore visa granted, New Zealand being handy but do not try and do that right at the end of a tourist visa as NZ have a need for a visitor to have a flight out booked, to a country for which they have a right of entry, an ETA possibly being better for you.

Also, do notify of your intended trip so Immi do not attempt to grant while you are in Australia or otherwise you could get a rejection and have to apply all over again.
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