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I have two questions. My partner is applying for the Australian 476 graduate visa and I am included as the dependent. Will I have the same working rights as my partner for a job or will I have any sort of disadvantage. We are both equally eligible for the 476 visa by the way, with same degree and qualification. But we decided to apply together under one visa. Do you think that is the right thing to do or should we apply individually?
VicentJ posted a topic in Family / Partner VisasHello, As the de-facto partner of a NZ citizen residing in Australia, I am considering to start an application for a 461(New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship) visa. I am concerned about the very lengthy period (two years) it takes to be approved. I understand that I will get a bridging visa during this period. Will I have work rights while on this bridging visa? Also, Immi website says that if I apply from Australia I have to be in Australia when they make their decision. What happens if I leave Australia while the visa is being processed? Is the process cancelled? Thanks!
MorganHarris96 posted a topic in Family / Partner VisasHi Guys, I am currently on 417 Working Holiday Visa, I am just about to take the plunge and apply/pay for the 820/801 De Facto Visa. I am seeing some contradicting statements around the conditions of the BVA Bridging Visa. My questions are: 1. Once my Working Holiday has expired in September, and my BVA starts – will I have full unrestricted working rights such as the 820 would grant me or will the conditions of the 417 visa transfer i.e. only being able to work with one employer for 6 months at a time? 2. Once you have paid for the visa, do you receive your BVA instantly (even though it does not come into effect until my 417 expires) or is when my current visa ends that I receive this? Appreciate the thoughts or stories of anyone who has been through a similar situations Cheers :-)
Hello I applied for 457 in March 2018, our family is on bridging visa A now. Bridging Visa grant letter came with working rights (previous visa conditions). Since I (primary applicant) have finished course and my studies are therefore not in session, this working limitation doesn't apply to me anymore. What about my partner? Can she work more than 40 hours per fortnight? Immigration hotline couldn't provide me a certain answer. Thank you in advance