Can I work on a Bridging Visa A?

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It depends on whether you have Work Rights attached to the bridging visa grant. It will depend on the previous visa grant type (and whether IT had work rights). Usually the rights on the bridging visa will be the same as those attached to the previous visa. If the new application is for a partner visa, normally it will have work rights attached.

We want to travel immediately. Can we get a Bridging Visa B first?
Do I need to be concerned about the Bridging Visa A running out?

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