Waiver of No Further Stay Condition

Waiver of 8503 Condition due to Compelling and Compassionate Circumstances

The Applicant sought a waiver of the 8503 “no further stay” condition in order to lodge a substantive visa application onshore. The Applicant wished to lodge an 820 Partner Visa application on the grounds of her de facto relationship with a permanent resident in Australia. Immigration Solutions relied on a number of issues to establish

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Second Waiver Request for the 8503 Condition.

The applicant entered Australia on a single entry tourist visa with an 8503 no further stay condition imposed. While the tourist visa was still valid the applicant applied for a protection visa, which was refused. The applicant sought a review from the Refugee Review Tribunal, where the Tribunal affirmed the original decision-maker’s decision to refuse

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8503 No Further Stay Condition waiver: Medical condition

The Applicant is an 85 year old woman from a European Union country. When she arrived in Australia on a tourist visa to visit her family, she developed several critical medical conditions. These medical conditions rendered her unfit to travel. However attached to her tourist visa was an 8503 (‘No Further Stay’) Condition, which meant

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Requirements for dependent applicant in a partner visa application

The Applicant travelled to Australia with her son, on a Student Guardian Visa. Attached to this Visa was Condition 8534, which prevented the Applicant from making onshore applications for further stay. In other words, if she wished to extend her visit in Australia, she would have to relocate offshore and apply offshore. The client met

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