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Old 03-20-2011, 04:30 PM
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Question please clear my doubts anyone!!!

I hold an Indian passport. My husband holds visa subclass 496 and he will be applying for subclass 887 in May this year. I cannot apply for spouse visa because of some complications. What are the other options for me? Is it possible for me to apply for P.R. with my husband in May if I visit my husband at that time? If there is a condition on my visitor visa saying “NO FURTHER STAY”, can I still apply for P.R. along with my spouse? Please clear my doubts in this regard.


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If you have a read of Skilled – Regional (Residence) visa (subclass 887) you will see the eligibility requirements for you to be included on an 887 application include holding an eligible visa, a tourist visa by itself not one.
It would not matter whether there was not a No Further Stay condition for that would still mean you were not eligible.
Unless you come to Australia yourself on an eligible visa like a student visa and one without a No Further Stay condition, about all you can do other than apply for any skilled visa application if eligible is to wait until your husband has PR and then he can look at sponsoring you on a partner visa though the length of time you will have apart could be a factor in the decision on one.





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thanks for replying.what if i go to Australia on visitor visa..can i apply for student visa during my stay in Australia?


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As long as the tourist visa does not have a No Further Stay condition on it you could consider a student visa but there are requirements like having an offer from a college for an approved course as well as being able to show adequate funding etc.





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Thanks a lot.Can the funds of my husband be shown for my student visa?What about fees?Do i have to pay the fees as international student?
Can i go for Diploma in enrolled nursing?


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Funds could be provided by your husband and yes there are relatively high fees for tertiary study even for Australians and dearer again for international students.
If you have a look under the student visa section on the Immi site, you'll find a reference to CRICOS approved courses and there may be Nursing amongst them, so it'll be a case of finding an educational organisation that offers a course to check their fees and then see about applying.
You need to get a letter of offer to an approved course to be eligible to apply for a student visa.





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If i go to Australia on student visa and i get the P.R. during that time period,will i have to pay the fees for remaining semesters as an international student or the fees applicable to the permanent residents?
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You would be eligible to pay the same fees as a PR and that is something you would have to arrange with the the educational organisation.





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Thanks for the information!!


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Hey!! I need sum advise..if i go to australia in october 2011 on study visa but my classes r gonna start in feb.2012..can i apply for PR [ subclass 887] with my husband in october itself or do i have to wait for my classes to start...plz help!! M really in jeopardy..


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