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My Working Holiday Visa is going to expire and I want to stay


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Old 08-19-2010, 07:20 AM
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My Working Holiday Visa is going to expire and I want to stay

Hello,
I am currently on a working holiday visa from canada and I was to go on my partners 457 visa.
The problem is I am not going to have enough time to qualify for the 6 months living together. does anyone have any suggestions on how I can stay in the country to qualify for the partner visa??
Need help. I really want to stay in the country and be with my partner!!!


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Hello,
I am currently on a working holiday visa from canada and I was to go on my partners 457 visa.
The problem is I am not going to have enough time to qualify for the 6 months living together. does anyone have any suggestions on how I can stay in the country to qualify for the partner visa??
Need help. I really want to stay in the country and be with my partner!!!
People have been known to take a trip to New Zealand a few days before the end of their WHV and apply for an ETA because they want to see a bit more of Australia.
You could be queried on coming back as they may suspect you'll want to work, but if you have some funds and a planned itinerary, there's a chance you'll be let back in.





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Old 08-20-2010, 01:45 AM
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Just for clarification, the requirement is 12 months of living together, not 6.


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Not so lalulabelle for 457 visa partners for the 457 is a TR visa





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