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Old 06-05-2014, 09:20 AM
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Hi everyone. Just wanna know. If u have been granted a partner visa (temp or perm)
Are u allowed to go outside australia anytime?
Or do u have to stay in Australia for more than 6 months before u can go out? Without having any trouble coming back to Australia?

For example:
I have my visa and enter Australia on June then on November I have to go back to my country only for 1 month. Like attend a wedding then be back in Australia after a month.

Will there be a problem if that happens?
Thank u.


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Old 06-05-2014, 10:16 AM
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Hi everyone. Just wanna know. If u have been granted a partner visa (temp or perm)
Are u allowed to go outside australia anytime?
Or do u have to stay in Australia for more than 6 months before u can go out? Without having any trouble coming back to Australia?

For example:
I have my visa and enter Australia on June then on November I have to go back to my country only for 1 month. Like attend a wedding then be back in Australia after a month.

Will there be a problem if that happens?
Thank u.
You can come and go as you please during the two year period of the 820. Once you get your PR, again, you can come and go as you like for five years. After that you have to get an RRV to be able to travel in and out of the country.

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