Get the Right Bridging Visa in Australia on Time
Bridging Visa A (BVA): This visa will permit you to stay in Australia once your current substantive visa is expired and the new substantive visa application is in process. The BVA is granted when you have applied for a new substantive visa while you still hold one before. BVA will not allow you to return to Australia if you leave the country for any reason.
Bridging visa is a temporary visa for those living in Australia and is issued in following situations:
- Bridging Visa B (BVB): This visa will permit you to stay in Australia while your Substantive visa is processed. Also, you can leave and return Australia for a defined time interval.
- BridgiBridging Visa C (BVC): This will permit you to stay in Australia when you have applied for Substantive visa (and you do not hold one currently). This will not allow to return to Australia if you leave.ng Visa B (BVB): This visa will permit you to stay in Australia while your Substantive visa is processed. Also, you can leave and return Australia for a defined time interval.
Bridging Visa D (BVD): This visa will let you stay in Australia while you have submitted an application for Substantive visa. It wonâ€™t let you re-enter Australia if you leave.
Bridging Visa E (BVE): If your Substantive visa has expired, it will let you stay in Australia by the time there are arrangement to leave or immigrate.
How to Apply?
You can apply online for the Bridging Visa through Aspire World Careers Website. The applicant and anyone included in the application should be available in Australia.
Benefits of Bridging Visa
Bridging visa is a great help to move in and out of Australia when the Substantive visa is being processed. It allows to stay in Australia lawfully from the time new Substantive visa is issued.
At Aspire World, we ensure that visa handling is done efficiently and in minimum time possible. Our default time for help is 90 days and we assure the best process possible to get make the stay possible in a country.