Hi, I'm sorry if I'm being thick, but does anyone know why 'no further stay' is actually put on visa? Is it just random or is there some kind of rule book behind it?
Me my partner and 2 kids are looking at going to Perth this Aug. My g/f has for herself onto a TAFE course that starts in February. We are going over early as my Dad's moved out there some years ago, so would be nice to spend the time with him. Also so the kids can adjust to the hot weather as it happens instead of throwing them into 30+. We have the funds for the the first year of the course and enough money for all our other expenses. We are hoping to go over on a holiday visa in August and apply for the student visa whilst in Perth. Just a bit worried about the no further stay? Are we likely to have it on our holiday visa so we can't apply for our student visa in Perth?
Any help would be appreciated