‘No Further Stay’ It is a condition that prevents the visa holder from applying for many temporary and permanent visas while they are in Australia
- ‘No Further Stay’ conditions include 8503, 8534 and 8535.
- This will not prevent you from applying for other visas, when you depart Australia.
- No Further Stay’ conditions can be imposed on a range of temporary visas.
- Condition 8503 is a mandatory condition on the following visas:
- Visitor visa (subclass 600) (Sponsored Family stream)
- Visitor visa (subclass 600) (Approved Destination stream)
- Visitor visa (subclass 600) (Tourist stream) if sponsorship has been imposed on it
- Training and Research visa (subclass 402) for the professional development stream only
- Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462) if you have previously held two subclass 462 visas.
- unable to travel due to a medical reason
- death or serious illness within close family
- natural disaster in home country
- war or civil unrest in home country
- your school cannot provide the course that you were approved for
- marriage or starting a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident
- failing your course
- pregnancy – unless your doctor has advised you not to travel
To request a waiverIt is advised to submit your waiver request before your current visa ceases. It requires each visa holder is required to submit an individual request.
Processing time for a waiver
- Processing times may vary.
- Just sending a request for a waiver does not automatically mean this condition will be waived. You will be notified of the outcome before your visa expires.
- You may be asked to provide more information, then it could take longer.
- If already submitted a waiver request, you need not to send another enquiry.
- You will be informed if your request has been finalised.