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Old 11-25-2014, 07:45 AM
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i have a passport and i have an ETA visa cause i will be visiting him in December. I plan to leave the States next august and head back to australia before my visa expires which will expire toward the end of September. So now here is where things get kinda tricky...
as saying they were going to meet/visit in December, and only if things worked out with that visit would ozzieluver go again in August and try to stay for 9-12 months.

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yes we have met. he came to visit me for two weeks back in july of this year


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let me reword this...he came to visit me back in July of this year. I will be leaving the States to visit him in this December.My ETA visa expires sometime in September 2015 and i plan on leaving the States for good August of 2015. Hope this helps.

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CollegeGirl,
Even though my visa is a 3 month holiday, it expires during that time of holiday so does that mean I have to go back or can i apply for an extension during my stay but before my expiration day. I plan to go back in August 2015 and my visa expires toward the end of September 2015? would I still be able to stay those 3 months?


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The visa expires 3 months after you arrive in Australia. So just say you visa has expiry date of 29 September and you arrive 28 September you don't have to leave on 29 September.

I hope that makes sense.

The risk with 600 is 1/ They won't extend or 2/ They give you 3 months only. It is very common to have max 3 month stay visa's.

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i just have the electronic travel authority visa, ETA.


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but either way, its still 3 months but yea that make sense. that takes a lot off the shoulders. thank you..


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Ozzieluver31,

I am in a similar situation- I am a British citizen, US resident. My boyfriend is Aussie (born and raised). We just moved back to NSW from NYC. The first 3 months I was in Sydney, I was on the eVisitor visa. After the initial 3 month period, I left the country in order to apply for the 2nd eVisitor visa. I planned on returning to NSW around xmas and am now wondering if I should get the eVisitor again and apply for the extended visitor visa (subclass 600) towards the end of the eVisitor visa while I am in OZ. Doing so would allow me to stay in the country for the additional 3, 6, or 12 months.

Similar to you, I am fully intended to stay in OZ permanently. My boyfriend and I are just trying to figure out how to buy more time to gather enough evidence to support our relationship.

If you don't mind me hijacking your thread/forum for a second, does anyone know if and how "registering a relationship" help our de facto visa down the line?

Thank you!

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Registering the relationship waives the 12 months living together. Good news that since you are in NSW you can do it (some states are very strict on it). You will still need proof just don't need 12 months of living together proof.

Also when you lodge make sure you use the term partner instead of boyfriend or girlfriend.


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