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Bridging Visa
Discovering Your Options in the Event of a Negative Review – We’re Here to Help

Facing a visa denial can be a challenging situation when your submitted application is rejected by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Fortunately, there is recourse available in the form of a review through the Court of Administrative Appeals (AAT) in many instances.

Introduction to Bridging Visas

In certain circumstances, you may be granted a bridging visa, which serves as a temporary visa to provide you with lawful status while resolving your immigration matters. The specific type of bridging visa you are eligible for depends on your individual situation.

Understanding Bridging Visa B (BVB)

Among the various bridging visas, Bridging Visa B (BVB) stands out as the one that allows you to depart and re-enter Australia while awaiting a decision. This flexibility is particularly valuable during the waiting period for a decision.

Eligibility for Bridging Visa B (BVB)

You may qualify for a Bridging Visa B (BVB) if:

  • You currently hold a Bridging Visa A (BVA) or a Bridging Visa B (BVB)
  • You are in the process of waiting for a decision on an application that has not yet been finalized or is undergoing judicial review
  • You have valid reasons for your departure from and return to Australia while anticipating the outcome of your visa application

Rest assured that we are here to provide guidance and support during this challenging time, offering you options to navigate through visa denials and uncertainties. Feel free to reach out to us for assistance and information tailored to your unique circumstances.