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Can we apply for the bridging visa first and the partner visa later?

There is no such thing as a stand-alone Bridging Visa A that you can apply for because you ran out of time or because you weren’t ready to apply for a partner visa.

Can we apply for an onshore Partner Visa with a de facto relationship?
Can we get a bridging visa with an onshore partner visa application?
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  1. WILLIAM watson

    What I’m needing to know is wether I have to wait the 5 years as previously I paid for a partner visa 801/820 I think to get her pr. then shortly after seperated and withdrew myself as a my sponsor within a 6 month window would the fact that I paid and it went through instantly granted a bridging visa be classed as a granted visa.

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    • Jeff Harvie

      A bridging visa keeps an applicant lawfully in Australia. It’s an in-between visa. If you withdrew your sponsorship and the application didn’t go through, it was not a granted visa.

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