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Migration Newsletter 702 by Lewis and Bollard

The following newsletter for November 2018 has been released by Lewis and Bollard, and makes excellent reading. 


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    Confused Wednesday, 07 November 2018

    About the effect of Section 82.
    I cannot recall as to which provision I have referred to in the past, however I remember that there is a provision in which the grant of more favourable/stronger visa always prevails in a case of multiple approvals granted for a person. So, I am a bit puzzled to read that on the grant of most recent temporary visa could override/invalidate a permanent visa granted earlier.
    Am I missing something ?

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    Robert Friday, 09 November 2018

    Hi confused.

    You are correct - but only with regards to Bridging visas.

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    Svetlana Gunaratne Sunday, 11 November 2018

    I had a case of a client who lodged an offshore Partner Visa application. While awaiting for a decision, he applied for a Visitor visa to come to Australia to visit his sponsoring Partner. And guess what: His Visitor Visa was approved. Next business day his Partner Visa got approved. Imagine if it was other way around...

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