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Multiple Bridging Visa Bs?

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Hello - my partner is currently waiting (in Australia) for the outcome of his application to migrate here as my partner. If his application is not resolved by April, we had been planning on applying for a Bridging Visa B for him to attend his brother's wedding then.

 

His mother, however, has recently become ill - it's not life-threatening, and currently seems to be under control, but she risks endangering her sight if she does not manage the condition well.

 

He is worried as well that she is understating the extent of her medical problems, and that other family members are not being successful in encouraging her to take the best approach to her medical care. He would like to travel back earlier than April to check on her - but this would mean applying for a Bridging Visa B for that earlier visit, and then applying for another one to attend his brother's wedding.

 

Does anyone have a sense of how two applications for overseas travel would be received, if they are requested only a few months apart? Is it possible to submit a single application that would cover both intended trips? Or is it better to focus on one trip at a time?

 

Both trips would be to England, where my partner is a citizen. We think the first trip would be in early February (the soonest he can get leave from work), for around 20 days. The second would be in April, for around one week.

 

Many thanks...

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Guest The Ropey HOFF

Sorry i don't know the answer to this, i have replied to bump your post up to the front, in the hope someone else can give you an answer - all the best.

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