What is 8503 Condition Australia visa?

What is 8503 Condition Australia visa?

‘No Further Stay’ (8503) Waiver. A ‘No Further Stay’ condition is a condition that prevents the visa holder from applying for many temporary and permanent visas while they are in Australia.

Can you get married in Australia on a bridging visa?

Yes, but only if you lodge a valid application for a partner visa (where you will get it automatically)! Definitely not a stand-alone visa! And definitely not a substitute for a partner visa application! You can apply for a bridging visa on a Prospective Marriage Visa so she can stay.

Can I take my spouse to Australia on work visa?

Dependent Work Visa If you are coming to Australia on a worker visa, your dependent family members are eligible to join you on dependent visas. If you are coming to Australia on temporary worker visa, only your spouse or partner and any unmarried children under the age of 18 are eligible for dependent family visas.

How do I bring my wife to Australia?

To be eligible to apply for a partner visa to Australia, you must be 18 years of age or older, at the time of lodging the application and must also be the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, who is at least 18 years of age.

How do I waive my visa?

When you can request a waiver You can ask us to waive the No Further Stay condition if there is a major change in your situation. This change must be out of your control – you could not have prevented or stopped it. Examples of major changes that are reasons for waiver: unable to travel for medical reason.

When do family visa changes come into effect in Australia?

We break down the released legislation here. The Australian Government has announced that Family Visa sponsorship changes will be implemented from 17 April 2019, with the introduction of the Migration Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Act 2018.

Do you have to be married in Australia to get a partner visa?

If you are applying in Australia, your current visa conditions must allow you to make an application for a partner visa onshore. Your marriage must be legal under Australian Law. If you were married in a country other than Australia and that marriage is valid in that country, generally, it will be recognised as valid under Australian law.

How does a provisional partner visa work in Australia?

Once the assessing officer is satisfied that you are in a genuine relationship and you meet all the other criteria, you will be issued a Provisional Partner Visa that allows you to come and stay in Australia, valid until a decision is made on your permanent visa.

When to apply for onshore partner visa in Australia?

Once married, within 9 months from the date of a subclass 300 visa grant, you will be allowed to lodge an application for an onshore partner visa (820/801). You will have to be in Australia at the time of application lodgement and when a decision is made on your application.

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