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Old 05-24-2011, 09:08 PM
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Hi, my mind is a bit everywhere at the moment so i am hoping that someone can give me some advice on rather to apply for my visa now or wait..

In August 2010 my Australian partner and i (Irish) moved to New Zealand as we did not have enough evidence to apply for defaco visa untill April 2011 and my second year work/holiday visa was up

In December 2010 i discovered i was pregnant but we decided at the time to stay on in New Zealand and still apply for visa..

baby due 29 august / deadline to fly 14 july / visa up in New Zealand 28 August

When the date came to applying i backed out of applying because the time frame seemed to short.. and i changed my mind about going ahead with chest xray if we got to that stage of visa... And also my job involved alot of heavy lifting and we could not afford to stay on in New Zealand on one wage..

My partner and i arrived in Australia last week (me on Evistor visa)

We did not want to seperate to soon so decided that we would return to Australia as my partner has a better paid job here.

I would finish work and stay with my partner in oz till mid July (deadline of flying 6wks before baby is due) then return home home and my partner would join me in Ireland a week or so before baby is due then i would apply for my visa in Ireland and my partner could stay with us 3 months till his holiday visa expired..

but the thought of the long flight home on my own 7.5 months pregnant.. leaving my partner... the extra expense is stressing.

I can stay in oz till the 19th of August on my Evisitor visa..

should i just apply for defacto visa on shore now or does it look really bad that i wont be able to fly out of Oz if bridgeing visa is not granted to stay on while my visa is been processed...

sorry if this is confusing but any advice or tips would be great

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Old 05-25-2011, 07:20 AM
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Hi there,

If you apply now for the de facto visa you will automatically be given a bridging visa. It's not something you have to apply for on top of the partner visa. So, you will be able to stay with the same visa conditions as your eVisa until a decision is made on the de facto application.

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