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Julia 11th July 2017 05:06 PM

Bridging Visa
 
Hello there,

I moved to Australia last August 2016. I applied for partner/bridging visa in September 2016. We have 2 kids, 4 and 6 year old.

Under the circumstances I would like to separate and I would like to know what is the rights and option for me here. Do I have to cancel my current bridging visa/partner and apply for parent visa? Do I have to pay again 7000 dollars?

Any advice appreciate.

Thank you very much.

Julia

nvoorst 19th July 2017 04:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Julia (Hozzászólás 11676)
Hello there,

I moved to Australia last August 2016. I applied for partner/bridging visa in September 2016. We have 2 kids, 4 and 6 year old.

Under the circumstances I would like to separate and I would like to know what is the rights and option for me here. Do I have to cancel my current bridging visa/partner and apply for parent visa? Do I have to pay again 7000 dollars?

Any advice appreciate.

Thank you very much.

Julia

if there are children of the relationship, there may still be options available to you under your current partner visa application. I suggest you get some professional advice to get it sorted, as it can be quite tricky to get it right.


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