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Hello,
Was hoping to get some advice;

I'm currently on a bridging visa waiting both for my TR (applied Jan 10) and PR (applied March 10), based on 2 years study.

Under the arrangement I'm in category 4 for PR processing.
I'm very concerted I would have to stay on a bridging visa for many many years, which hampers my professional development, and general security.

My long term partner (whom I declared as my partner on my applications) has an opportunity to apply for an employer sponsored PR visa under the new arrangement.

My question is, can I come on this visa?
Once we get it, what would happen to me should we terminate our relationship, and what other restrictions would such an arrangement put on me?
Would really appreciate any direction on this,
Thank you very.


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Hello,
Was hoping to get some advice;

I'm currently on a bridging visa waiting both for my TR (applied Jan 10) and PR (applied March 10), based on 2 years study.

Under the arrangement I'm in category 4 for PR processing.
I'm very concerted I would have to stay on a bridging visa for many many years, which hampers my professional development, and general security.

My long term partner (whom I declared as my partner on my applications) has an opportunity to apply for an employer sponsored PR visa under the new arrangement.

My question is, can I come on this visa?
Once we get it, what would happen to me should we terminate our relationship, and what other restrictions would such an arrangement put on me?
Would really appreciate any direction on this,
Thank you very.
Your partner can include you as a secondary applicant on their application and you'll be subject to normal partner eligibility requirements.
If you are granted PR and there was a relationship ending in the future, you would still have PR.
Of course if it happened immediately or soon aftr that could be cause for examination.
With PR you do not have any restrictions.





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