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Bridging (Protection Visa Applicant) Visa Subclass 51 Visa

Subclass 051 or the Bridging visa E (Protection visa Applicant) (BVE) is a temporary bridging visa used in circumstances where an eligible non-citizen (as specified under regulations) who is under immigration detention seeks to apply for a Protection visa.

How does a Subclass 051 Bridging visa E C Work

Subclass 051 (Protection visa Applicant) allows an individual to stay in Australia lawfully while their protection visa gets processed. Non-citizens without a valid visa who have been refused immigration clearance or have bypassed immigration clearance and have come to the notice of the Department within 45 days qualify to apply for this visa, provided all of the following conditions apply to them:

  • They are in immigration detention
  • They have applied for a protection visa
  • They meet all the specified requirements set out by the Department pertaining to age, health, or nomination, or if they meet the requirements for a further BVE (subclass 051).

A Bridging Visa E (Protection visa) comes with specific conditions. They are normally accompanied by reporting conditions, requiring the holder of the visa to report to a Department of Home Affairs’ office occasionally

Once a substantive held by a non-citizen expires, they are required to obtain a bridging visa to remain in Australia legally. The Bridging visa E or subclass 051 permits an applicant with the required stay in Australia.

If a non-citizen remains in Australia without a valid visa, they are designated as an unlawful non-citizen (UNC). Overstaying can create numerous problems for a non-citizen aspiring to live and work in Australia in the future. If an individual is found to be a UNC:

  • They are at risk of being detained and deported from Australia.
  • They might be imposed with a re-entry ban or the exclusion period.
  • They might owe a debt to the Australian Government to cover the cost of their removal.

With a BVE, you can not work in Australia or return if you depart from Australia. A BVE does not come with travel rights; hence you can not re-enter Australia once you leave. A BVE will also not provide you with working rights; if any form of work is undertaken, the BVE might stand cancelled. However, if one is facing financial hardship and can prove that they have compelling reasons to work, the Department will assess the circumstances and may grant a new BVE with work rights.

For a detailed understanding of the BVE or the subclass 051 visa, get in touch with our visa immigration agents. Our team has professional visa consultants to cater to all your requirements and visa related queries and concerns. To secure your BVB or visa subclass 051 to Australia, contact our migration agents now.

What are the Eligibility Requirements for a Protection visa Applicant-BVE, Subclass 051

The eligibility requirements for the processing of a Bridging visa E (General) are:

  • The applicant must either be a non-citizen who has been refused immigration clearance or
  • The applicant has bypassed immigration clearance and has come to the notice of the Department within 45 days.
  • All of the following must apply to the applicant when they apply for this visa:
    • The applicant is in immigration detention
    • The applicant has applied for a protection visa
    • The applicant meets the requirements for a further BVE (subclass 051).
  • An applicant can be of any age to apply for this visa.
  • The applicant must comply with all Australian laws during his stay.
  • The applicant and their other family members must meet the specified character requirements as set out by the Department.
  • The applicant and other accompanying family members (in the application) must meet the health requirements as set out by the Department.
  • The applicant must ensure having complied with the set of visa conditions of Bridging visa E (Protection visa Applicant). It is crucial that one ensures compliance with the said conditions at all times.

There are certain specific visa conditions that might be applied to the BVE by the Department; E-help suggests you seek professional advice to determine if your planned activities comply with the stipulated visa conditions. If any of the circumstances concerning the applicant’s eligibility change, the Department should be informed in writing about it. It may affect the Department’s decision or lead to the cancellation of the visa. Please book an appointment with our expert visa migration agents, one of the leading consultants (in Brisbane), to ensure a smooth visa processing.

An individual can not apply for a Bridging visa E if they have previously held a BE, which got cancelled due to the criminal conduct of the applicant.

The shared information is exclusive but not exhaustive, and the applicants are advised to take the help of a qualified migration agent to go through the complete eligibility requirements before applying. For more information on visa conditions and processing, please contact our immigration consultants to assist you through the entire process. Our team consists of extremely talented consultants who are just a call away. Call us now.

Why to apply for a Bridging visa E (Protection visa Applicant)

The benefit of being granted a subclass 051 is that an applicant gets to stay legally in Australia while they await the processing of their Protection visa. The applicant is given an opportunity to change their UNC status to a legitimate one.

How to Apply for a Bridging visa E Subclass 051

Talk to our visa consultants for accurate filing of all the application information. Our specialized and professional visa consultants are trained to counsel the client and provide all the assistance required to ensure a positive visa decision. Contact us to schedule an appointment with our visa migration agents to start a hassle-free and effortless visa journey.

Processing Time for a Bridging visa E

The accurate processing time for this visa is not available. The Department’s decision process involves assessing applications on a case-by-case basis. The processing timeline for applications may vary and differ due to numerous reasons, such as incomplete application, the requirement of additional information, verifications and crosschecks, etc.

The Department generally asks for additional information both from the candidates and external agencies for the application’s decision. Communicate with a professional visa immigration agent at E-Help for further information on visa processing and guidelines.

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If you are looking for a suitable visa and are clueless on how to proceed ahead, then the best way is to let a professional do it for you. E-help has a team of highly talented and professional immigration agents offering a wide variety of services. If you wish to work, study, invest, visit or migrate to Australia, talk to us; we will be more than happy to assist you in your visa journey. For detailed information on how we can assist you to obtain your desired visa or to find the most suitable program for you, please inquire with one of our knowledgeable and experienced migration consultants. Our team of consultants ensures that they provide assistance that is impeccable for a favourable decision on your application. Connect with us now. You can book an appointment online or call us at 1300 92 33 22.

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