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Old 05-03-2011, 11:40 PM
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Hello. I had a working holiday visa last year from which I've leftover superannuation benefits.

I re-entered Australia on a short validity business ETA (456) to model and spend time with my partner. I was granted that ETA a few months back after my working holiday expired. Now I'm about to leave the country again for a few months but I was wondering, if to access my super from a Working Holiday, I have to cancel my existing visa (ETA). will I be granted a second ETA this year to re-enter Australia if I apply after my super's been paid out?


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