Working visa to employer sponsrship

Old Mar 19th 2022, 12:23 pm
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have employer who will sponsor once arrive in Australia and pass probation
question if I go on working visa , pass probation and employer apply for bridging , can family join in Australia on that bridging visa

another scenario is - wife applied student visa , all family go to Australia , husband passes probation and apply for employer sponsorship , gets bridging does this supersede the student and everyone under bridging 🤔🤔🤔
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Originally Posted by thewoods View Post
Hi
have employer who will sponsor once arrive in Australia and pass probation
question if I go on working visa , pass probation and employer apply for bridging , can family join in Australia on that bridging visa
Do you mean you go on a Working Holiday Visa?
If you come on a WHV your employer does not then apply for a bridging visa. Your employer could then apply to sponsor you, then you apply for the visa (presumably a 482) once the sponsorship is approved. Your family could be included in the application if the employer agrees. You would then get a Bridging Visa IF your WHV expires before the new visa is granted.
While you are on a WHV you cannot have any dependent children with you. You'd need to check with an agent as to whether your family could then travel to Australia but probably not, as the Bridging Visa would have the conditions of the WHV attached to it.

Originally Posted by thewoods View Post
another scenario is - wife applied student visa , all family go to Australia , husband passes probation and apply for employer sponsorship , gets bridging does this supersede the student and everyone under bridging 🤔🤔🤔
any help gratefully accepted
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The Bridging Visa would not kick in until the student visa expires
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