Permission To Work: A Guide To Work Rights For Bridging Visa Holders [Updated 2020]

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Do you have ‘no work rights’ attached to your visa? Or do you have limited permission to work?

Are you shackled to one employer because you hold a sponsored visa preventing you from working with other employers?

If you would like to discuss an application for work rights or a visa change to allow you permission to work with any employer in Australia, book in a 10 minute chat with me.

If you hold a bridging visa and are seeking work rights then in most cases it is possible to get full time work rights on the basis of financial hardship. However, you need to get specific advice about which type of bridging visa you hold. One thing to note is that if you have a visa cancellation in Australia and you are looking for work rights at the time that you are seeking a judicial review in relation to a Federal Circuit Court or Federal Court matter, then permission to work might not be possible for you. Let’s have a discussion about how to get you back to work as soon as possible. You can book a chat about your permission to work with me here.

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Nilesh Nandan is Australia's most sought after immigration lawyer for visa refusals and visa cancellations. Appeal your visa or get help to relodge your Australian visa application or citizenship application.

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