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  1. Hi All Currently, I'm on Bridging Visa A for a Child Visa subclass 802 (onshore). As the requirements stipulate, I am enrolled in a Vocational degree as a full-time student. My inquiry is about the working limitations as I wait for the outcome of my visa application. My Bridging Visa contains the 8105-Work Limit condition which means I can only work 40 hours per fortnight. My previous visa, the Student Visa, had a similar condition but because the government temporarily relaxed the 40 hours per fortnight limitation for students working in some critical sectors, I was able to work in the agriculture sector for more than 40 hours per fortnight. Is anyone able to let me know if I can work in a critical sector for more than 40 hours per fortnight on my current Bridging Visa A? Thanks.
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    Child Visa 101

    Hi, I would like to ask about the same condition, I've applied for a Child visa when I was 24 yo, My Parents are citizens in Australia. I applied for it in June this year and still waiting for any updates. My Parents had given every information they had to ensure that I'm dependent and proved that I'm relying my life on them. (House for living, Paying tuition etc) The question is, the maximum age for applying this visa is 24 yo and I will be 25 yo in November. Will that be okay for my visa since My age has already more than 24 yo
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