It is Often difficult for international students to get accustomed to the Australian environment once they arrived in Australia. There may be multiple reasons as to why students cannot complete their studies in their visa tenure.
It can be daunting and stressful as the student visa process can be tedious. But we at BASNAL Immigration Consultants can ease your burden by doing all the work for you.
Once the student visa application is lodged, you will be granted a bridging visa where you can continue your study and work according to work limitations.
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Bridging visa conditions
8105 – Work Limitation
(1A) The holder must not engage in any work in Australia before the holder’s course of study commences.
- Subject to subclause (2), the holder must not engage in work in Australia for more than 40 hours a fortnight during any fortnight when the holder’s course of study or training is in session.
- Subclause (1) does not apply:
(a) to work that was specified as a requirement of the course when the course particulars were entered in the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students; and
(b) in relation to a Subclass 574 (Postgraduate Research Sector) visa if the holder has commenced the masters degree by research or doctoral degree.