Welcome news for international students – Graduate stream of the State Nominated Migration program expanded to include VET graduates The Graduate stream of the State Nominated Migration Program provides a skilled migration pathway for international students graduating from university in Western Australia. From December 2019, the Graduate stream has been extended to include VET…
There is a lot of talk about these new Regional Visas! A lot of it confusing and conflicting! I think it is exciting and something to look forward to! These changes are going to benefit a lot of you! So keep reading, it is going to get juicy……. I am keeping on top of all…
This visa can be granted to an unlawful non-citizen who is of interest to a Commonwealth, State or Territory police in relation to the investigation or prosecution of a people trafficking matter to remain in Australia for up to 30 days while the Australian Federal Police, or State or Territory police assess whether they wish to seek a criminal justice stay certificate for that person.
This visa is appropriate for those who are unlawful and have presented to, or have been located by the department, have been previously granted a Bridging visa E, or are a Bridging visa D holder.
This visa is appropriate for unlawful non-citizens who are either unable to make a substantive application or do not have intentions to do so.
A BVC can be granted if you lodge an application in Australia for a substantive visa but you do not already hold a substantive visa. A BVC does not allow you to return to Australia if you leave.
A Bridging visa B (BVB) is a temporary visa. It allows you to leave and return to Australia while your application for a substantive visa is being processed.
A Bridging visa A (BVA) is a temporary visa. It allows you to stay in Australia after your current substantive visa ceases and while your substantive visa application is being processed.