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i was wondering for some advice, i was granted a skilled migration state sponsored visa 190 for both myself, partner and daughter, after being accepted we have just found out we are pregnant with a second child, we estimate the baby to be around 8 weeks max.

What do i do about the visa

Can i just enter Australia before the 12 months period as normal with no questions asked or would i be refused entry as the unborn child doesn't have a visa planned for when its born.

Do i have to inform the state and government and stay in the UK until after the birth or should i just carry on as normal and make the move in 3 months as originally planned, i don't want to jeopardise anything by keeping it quiet and sneaking in not declaring the information.

I haven't been able to find a solid answers as to what to do both, any advice on what my options are would be really appreciated.

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Unborn children do not need visa till they are born, I imagine you can still travel and settle, not sure you can secure employment in your present condition. If you can support yourself till baby is born, child will be a citizen upon birth. congratulations in advance.

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Congratulations,

You will not have an issue to enter Australia while pregnant. You need to ensure that you make your travel arrangements with the airline in time. There are some restrictions for pregnant people travelling set by airlines.
If you plan to have the child in Australia then it is fine. If you plan to have the child in your home country then you need to inform the Case officer after the child is born and submit the appropriate forms to add the child as a dependant

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Congratulations. You don't need to notify anyone at DIBP regarding your pregnancy. You can travel to Australia on your 190 visa at any time as long as the airline doesn't have a restriction (some won't let you fly after 32 or 36 weeks).

If the baby is born in Australia, they will be a citizen. If the baby were to be born outside Australia, then you would need to apply for a Child Visa for them as you cannot add them to your existing 190 visa.
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My apologies,
I got confused with the in process 190 application. Maggie-May24 is correct. You will need to apply for a Child Visa. Sorry for adding to your confusion

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thanks all for your advice, you put my mind at rest

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Hi and congratulations!

Can I ask you if your partner was the main visa applicant on the visa? I will be the main 190 applicant on mine and have a child. I would not be willing to work the full time hours. Are you supposed to work the full time hours specified? I cant find the minimum hours i am supposed to work anywhere or i wondered if it was the minimum monthly wage they HAVE to pay you. Sorry if i have gone off piste to your question. Just with hours and childcare etc i thought you were the best person to ask. xxx

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The 190 visa does not have any condition that you must work after the visa is granted. So you can choose to work or not, and if you do work it can be for any employer, in any occupation, for any level of pay, full-time or part-time, etc.

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Wow I had no idea that was the case! Even if my partner is 'tagging along on my visa' or has a lesser equivalent visa than mine? Will I be denied a 190 visa if I tell them I am not going to work or if I go there and don't choose to take employment I won't get kicked out? X

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Your partner will also be granted a 190 visa, and either or neither of you can work. I've not heard of DIBP asking your intentions to work for a 190 visa, but I don't think there'd be any issue telling them that you hope to balance work around your family life.

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