Help – I Omitted Important Information from my Visa Application! Will it be Refused?

The initial answer to this is: possibly. However, that’s actually not the biggest issue here. The Department views the provision of incorrect information (including the omission of relevant information) as a serious problem. Depending on the nature of the information, it might even consider the relevant applicant is intending to deceive the Department into granting a visa on false pretences. …

Bridging Visas – Overview

A Bridging visa is a non-substantive visa, which is designed to fill in time gaps and ensure the holder remains in Australia legally. An example is the situation where a visa holder applies for another substantive visa, which is not granted until after the initial visa expired. If this person was not granted a bridging visa, they would become an …

Bridging Visa B (Class WB)

Who can qualify for this visa? In general, the Bridging Visa B is granted to applicants who already hold a Bridging Visa A or B and want to leave and return to Australia while their substantive visa application (or application for Judicial review) is being processed. In order to be eligible, an application must establish a genuine need to travel …