Bridging Visa F 060

Bridging Visa F

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.

You will find information below about the Bridging Visa F 060. If you need assistance or guidance, simply get in touch and request a consultation.
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Bridging Visa F Australia

The Bridging F Visa will:

  • enable 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;
  • allow members of the immediate family of the person of interest to remain in Australia for up to 30 days; and
  • ensure that at time of grant, adequate welfare and support measures are in place for the person of interest and their immediate family members during the period of the Bridging F Visa’s validity.

The BVF will replace the BVE as the least beneficial class of bridging visa for the purposes of regulation 2.21(1) of the Migration Regulations 1994 (“the Regulations”), which deals with the order in which bridging visas are reactivated. BVF holders will not have work rights and will be required to meet mandatory reporting requirements (condition 8401).

 

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