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Old 11-08-2014, 07:02 AM
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Also for case 4. if she applies for 820 she will have a BVA, not BVE
Which means she will have full work rights, but again no travel rights.
Thanks for your input.

I don't believe that is correct however. If she applies for a 820 visa, a BVA visa will be granted at the same time. This bridging visa remains ‘out of effect’ and would not come into effect unless her current 457 visa ceases. As her 457 visa is valid until 2016, she will still have to meet all the conditions of the 457 visa, which would mean finding a new employer/sponsor within the 90 days of her current employment ending. When her 457 visa is cancelled then so is the bridging visa. This bridging visa will therefore will not allow you to work unrestricted. Hence the reason to go travelling and apply for the 309 visa aboard instead.

Here is a link to a previous thread discussing this issue. http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...ing-visas.html

Please correct me if I am wrong because it changes everything.

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Old 11-08-2014, 07:11 AM
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Also for case 4. if she applies for 820 she will have a BVA, not BVE
Which means she will have full work rights, but again no travel rights.
He was correct because she will apply for a 820 and get a BVA but because she cancels her 457 visa that cancels her BVA which then means she is unlawful and needs to apply for a BVE.


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Oh that's true - sorry for the wrong information.
I didn't realise she was canceling her visa, I thought it was just expiring in March.

Your plan seems sensible if you are able to go traveling for several months with her - it's a chance many don't have when they apply offshore and are separated for a long time..

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