Bridging Visa A (BVA) (Subclass 010)

Home Bridging Visa A

The applicant must provide correct information to the department, in writing, at any time. If the applicant wants to correct information he/she use Form 1023 Notification of incorrect answer(s). The department could ask the applicant for further information. If the application is refused, the department will give the applicant the opportunity to comment on information and the applicant may be request for an interview.

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Australia Bridging Visa A (Subclass 010)

The class of bridging visa for which the applicant is eligible will depend on the non-­citizen’s immigration status at the time of application for the substantive visa. If the applicant holds a valid substantive visa at time of applying for another substantive visa, he/she will get a Bridging visa A. For instance, if the applicant is on a substantive visa and he/she applies onshore for a partner visa, he/she will automatically be granted a Bridging visa A. A Bridging Visa A does not allow the applicant to return to Australia if the applicant leaves.

Bridging Visa A Requirements

The applicant will have automatically applied for a Bridging Visa A if the applicant applied for certain substantive visas:

  • the applicant is in Australia
  • the substantive visa can be granted to you while the applicant is in Australia
  • when the applicant lodged that application, he/she still held a substantive visa

 

Also, the applicant will need to make a separate application for a bridging visa, with eligibility for the bridging visa dependant on the applicant’s immigration status at time of application:

  • the applicant is seeking a review of visa cancellation
  • the applicant is seeking a judicial review
  • the applicant is seeking Ministerial intervention
  • the applicant is seeking permission to work or a variation of the work conditions of their bridging visa
  • the applicant is seeking permission to travel outside Australia while their substantive visa application is still pending
  • the applicant who have made an invalid application
  • the applicant who is unlawful and is making voluntary departure arrangements
  • the applicant who has been detained and seeking release from detention
  • the applicant who has been identified by a law enforcement agency to be of interest in relation to a trafficking matter
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Use Form 929

Form 929: Change of address and/or passport details – if you have a new passoprt or move to a new address

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Use Form 1022

Form 1022: Notification of changes in circumstances – if there are other changes in your circumstances.

Provide Correct Information

The applicant must provide correct information to the department, in writing, at any time. If the applicant wants to correct information he/she use Form 1023 Notification of incorrect answer(s). The department could ask the applicant for further information. If the application is refused, the department will give the applicant the opportunity to comment on information and the applicant may be request for an interview.

Where To Send a Bridging Visa Application

State Email Address
New South Wales (Sydney) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.NSW@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Australian Capital Territory (Canberra) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.ACT@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Victoria (Melbourne) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.VIC@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Tasmania (Hobart) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.TAS@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
South Australia (Adelaide) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.SA@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Western Australia (Perth) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.WA@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Northern Territory (Darwin) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.NT@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)
Queensland (Brisbane & Cairns) Visa and Citizenship office – BVEapplication.QLD@border.gov.au (Bridging visa E applications only)

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