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  1. Yes they will more than likely grant them immediately once applied and paid for not just give automatic extensions
  2. Anyone who is on a TV now will have to apply for an onshore TV to stay lawfully. If their TV runs out before a new one has been granted they need to apply for a BVE. There is no reason whatsoever for anyone to be an unlawful non citizen
  3. Have a read of this https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/news-media/current-alerts/novel-coronavirus
  4. Theres no ban on anyone leaving Australia. Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin have stopped all international flights, but other International carriers are still going. For how long i don't know as the incoming borders will close 9pm Fri night for anyone not a citizen or PR. I dont think Immigration really care how you leave the country or whether you go back to your own country. Its up to the visa holder to abide by the conditions of the visa But i understand your dilema. They may come up with some plan to help out those like yourself. I haven't heard anything either but with every country on the planet having some kind of entry ban im sure they will have some kind of compassion. I'll be interested to see what they come up with
  5. Considering the Corona virus is affecting pretty much everything the world over i would say its probably having some effect. Probably wont be long that Australia will close its borders to anyone thats not a citizen or PR You dont just get 1 CO looking at your case. Multiple people will more than likely look at different aspects of your application. The only time you hear from them is if you are lacking in evidence or medicals etc. If you front load everything you probably wont hear from them at all
  6. Yes there is an onshore option. Whether it will be approved is another thing
  7. You can't extend a 600. Just apply for another one
  8. Apply for another 600, thats about it. There are no bridging visas for offshore visas
  9. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/employer-nomination-scheme-186/direct-entry-stream#About With this visa, you can stay in Australia indefinitely work and study in Australia enrol in Australia’s public health care scheme, Medicare sponsor eligible relatives to come to Australia travel to and from Australia for 5 years apply for Australian citizenship, if eligible Your obligations You and your family members must obey all Australian laws. We expect that you will work for your nominating employer for at least 2 years. You agree to begin your employment within 6 months of: entry to Australia if you were granted the visa outside Australia the visa grant date if you were granted the visa in Australia
  10. No there isn't any timeframe but its in your best interest to do it asap.
  11. Its obvious that when you leave in April you don't return before giving birth unless your PMV is granted soon Just remember that a PMV can only be granted while you are offshore. If you are onshore they will ask you to leave. If you are heavily pregnant and unable to fly there is a chance they might refuse your visa
  12. Yes the date of your NOIM will have to be within the 9 month validity. If its not a CO will make you change it. We had to change the date of our wedding as Immi were ready to grant but our NOIM was outside the 9 months so we changed the date to an earlier time and there has been plenty of others that had to extend the time as their visa hadn't been granted and the NOIM had run out
  13. They have to be separate statements in your own words.
  14. Bridging Visas are for onshore visas. You will just have to abide by the conditions of the visitor visa.
  15. If she is granted a visitor visa of course she can use it while waiting for the 309. I'm not sure what you mean by a bridging visa. You don't need one.
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