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Dependent staying back after primary 190 visa holder returns back?


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Old 22nd April 2013, 10:09 AM
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Unhappy Dependent staying back after primary 190 visa holder returns back?

My wife is applying for 190 visa to Australia. we plan that we both go to Australia and then in a week's time she returns back to india and I continue my stay in Australia looking for job and then she joins me later. If there are any possibility for the same or any restriction or any important information that we need to know please let me know of it.

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Hi pryank,

check your grant letter for any conditions. If there are none listed you can both come and go as you please (for five years) because you hold the visa in your own right. Her two-year-obligation to stay in the stat will probably only start ticking down once she actually moves as well. You should also notify the sponsoring state/region of your plans if this takes longer.

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Thanks Monica.

Its great help.

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Hi,

Hi I am planning to apply for 190 visa with my wife and 2 kids.Once I got approved with family,I am planning to move there immediately.,and would like to bring family possibly after 2 or 3 years later once I am settled financially with good job,house...etc.Is it possible so?

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Hi I am planning to apply for 190 visa with my wife and 2 kids.Once I got approved with family,I am planning to move there immediately.,and would like to bring family possibly after 2 or 3 years later once I am settled financially with good job,house...etc.Is it possible so?
That is possible. But make sure that your wife and kids make an initial entry. After that they can return back to home country.

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Old 12th February 2015, 11:32 AM
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Hi louisam Tnx for your immense reply.I got it now.

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