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190 VISA GRANTED!! Started the process 2 years ago in Jan 2018. We lodged our 190 QLD visa 1 year & 1 week ago and this morning we finally had the email to say it’s been granted! Me & my fiancť, offshore from the UK. I’m a critical care nurse & we sorted out registering with AHPRA first. We had co contact for the visa in July for further employment evidence & heard nothing else until today. It’s been such a long wait & there were a lot of tears this morning! For those that have been waiting as long as us just hang in there as best you can, we know how difficult it is, good luck to you all x
Many many congrats to you and your family! And thanks so much for your good wishes.. Two months from now it's going to be one year for me too!!
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190 VISA GRANTED!! Started the process 2 years ago in Jan 2018. We lodged our 190 QLD visa 1 year & 1 week ago and this morning we finally had the email to say itís been granted! Me & my fiancť, offshore from the UK. Iím a critical care nurse & we sorted out registering with AHPRA first. We had co contact for the visa in July for further employment evidence & heard nothing else until today. Itís been such a long wait & there were a lot of tears this morning! For those that have been waiting as long as us just hang in there as best you can, we know how difficult it is, good luck to you all x
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190 VISA GRANTED!! Started the process 2 years ago in Jan 2018. We lodged our 190 QLD visa 1 year & 1 week ago and this morning we finally had the email to say itís been granted! Me & my fiancť, offshore from the UK. Iím a critical care nurse & we sorted out registering with AHPRA first. We had co contact for the visa in July for further employment evidence & heard nothing else until today. Itís been such a long wait & there were a lot of tears this morning! For those that have been waiting as long as us just hang in there as best you can, we know how difficult it is, good luck to you all x
Congratulations....that is a pretty long wait! Good luck!

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Lodge 13/8, first CO contact on 5/11, responded to CO on 18/11.
Same here!

No response from your CO yet? I'm still waiting...

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190 VISA GRANTED!! Started the process 2 years ago in Jan 2018. We lodged our 190 QLD visa 1 year & 1 week ago and this morning we finally had the email to say itís been granted! Me & my fiancť, offshore from the UK. Iím a critical care nurse & we sorted out registering with AHPRA first. We had co contact for the visa in July for further employment evidence & heard nothing else until today. Itís been such a long wait & there were a lot of tears this morning! For those that have been waiting as long as us just hang in there as best you can, we know how difficult it is, good luck to you all x
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I think you don't know a condition of briding visa. It will only be active if you current visa expires not cancelled. If by anychance your visa get cancelled, your bridging also gets cancelled and if you need to stay in Oz you must apply other bridging visa i.e. either C or E in both case you will not have any working rights and you can't leave Oz.
I totally understand what you mean. But the logic behind the bridge visa is protecting your current conditions until they make a decision about your visa. For this guy's case, cancellation is not arising from a fake document, a crime etc., his employer changes his mind and maybe his visa will be granted whilst flying to India. That's why it fits the logic of the bridge visa.

By means of the working rights, yes, most likely the initial bridge visa will not allow him to work in AU. On this case, if this person is the only breadwinner of the family, you are applying to the DHA and prove that you have some fixed expenses and you need to work to stay in AU. Following this, he may have a bridge visa with working rights (I made the same application for another reason and they accepted).

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I think you don't know a condition of briding visa. It will only be active if you current visa expires not cancelled. If by anychance your visa get cancelled, your bridging also gets cancelled and if you need to stay in Oz you must apply other bridging visa i.e. either C or E in both case you will not have any working rights and you can't leave Oz.
I totally understand what you mean. But the logic behind the bridge visa is protecting your current conditions until they make a decision about your visa. For this guy's case, cancellation is not arising from a fake document, a crime etc., his employer changes his mind and maybe his visa will be granted whilst flying to India. That's why it fits the logic of the bridge visa.

By means of the working rights, yes, most likely the initial bridge visa will not allow him to work in AU. On this case, if this person is the only breadwinner of the family, you are applying to the DHA and prove that you have some fixed expenses and you need to work to stay in AU. Following this, he may have a bridge visa with working rights (I made the same application for another reason and they accepted).
Thank you for the response to all of you. Does the cancelation of work visa effect my PR processing?

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Visa Application Lodgement: 23-Sep-2019
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Also, if I was able to request and obtain a bridging visa with work rights. Should my family also be in Australia. I am planning to drop them in India till I get PR.
Will I be able to request for valid bridging visa with work rights without them here.?

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Also, if I was able to request and obtain a bridging visa with work rights. Should my family also be in Australia. I am planning to drop them in India till I get PR.
Will I be able to request for valid bridging visa with work rights without them here.?
Two advices I could give here-
First, get a MARA agent/lawyer who really knows the complexities behind circumstances as this because this is very very tricky.

On the other hand, you could contact the department, and yes, I mean the DHA and discuss your situation with them. They may give you a reasonable response to your situation, or fast track your current application or at same time, may not give you any reasonable response.

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