Provisional Australian visa

Class UF ; Subclass 309 – Partner (Provisional) visa
Provisional Australian visa, which entitles its holder:
– to travel towards the state borders of Australia any number of times during the validity of the visa – usually within 2 calendar years, but until the decision to grant (or refuse to grant) a permanent Australian: Class BC; Subclass 100 Partner (Migrant) visa. The fact of availability of the grant visa can be specified in electronic database VEVO of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time;
and at the same time
– To cross the state border of Australia in the direction “from outside to inland” any number of times during validity of the visa – usually within 2 calendar years, but until the decision on granting (or refusal in granting) permanent Australian: Class BC; Subclass 100 Partner (Migrant) visa. The fact of availability of the grant visa can be specified in electronic database VEVO of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time;
and at the same time
– legally be on the territory of Australia during validity of the visa – usually within 2 calendar years, but till the moment of the decision on grant (or refusal in grant) permanent Australian: Class BC; Subclass 100 Partner (Migrant) visa. The fact of availability of the grant visa can be checked in electronic database VEVO of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time.
The main purpose of the grant visa – to enable its holder to stay legally on the territory of Australia within 2 years for the purpose of constant cohabitation as a united family with the Australian spouse.
At the time of submission of the immigration application (Form or 47 SP (Internet)) requesting the grant of this visa subclass, the applicant must be physically outside Australia.
This immigration application must be lodged at the same time as the immigration application to be considered for a permanent Australian: Class BC; Subclass 100 Partner (Migrant) visa.
Each family member of the principal applicant can be:
– initially entered (desirable); and
– added thereafter (exceptionally)
Included initially (preferably) in the principal applicant’s principal applicant’s immigration application for this visa subclass
At the time of the decision to grant this visa class the applicant must be physically: outside Australia. (If valid: Class TI; Subclass 303 – Emergency (Temporary Visa Applicant) visa – either within Australia, but not at the time of immigration clearance, or outside Australia).
The validity of this visa subclass begins from the date of granting.
However, if the visa is granted to the applicant who is outside of Australia, the visa holder needs to arrive to Australia (activate the visa) no later than the date specified by the responsible immigration officer of Department of Immigration Australia (DoHA).
The visa of this subclass is activated from the date of the first crossing of the Australian state border in the direction “from outside to inside the country” or from the date specified.
If the visa holder fails to arrive in Australia for the first time since the grant of this visa subclass before the date specified by the responsible immigration officer of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA), the visa under this subclass is automatically CANCELLED by reason of failure to meet this restrictive visa condition.
The duration of this subclass visa is until a decision is made to grant (or refuse to grant) a permanent Australian: Class BC; Subclass 100 Partner (Migrant) visa.
It does not require a visa stamp to be affixed to the applicant’s passport (travel document) as proof of the availability of the grant visa. The fact of granting a visa can be checked in the electronic database of VEVO of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time.

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