What Does This Allow You To Do?
While holding the bridging visa E 050, an individual becomes a legal citizen of Australia for a while and is allowed to do below mentioned activities:
1. If you are planning to depart then it enables you to make the necessary arrangements.
2. You can stay in Australia without interruption and apply for the new substantive visa.
3. You are allowed to halt in Australia and wait for the decision for the judicial review from the department.
4. Wait until a conviction is made for the decision of citizenship.
Are You Allowed To Work?
The letter which you will be receiving from the department along with your bridging visa will clearly state the working conditions related to your permit. However, if the letter comes with working restrictions then you must not work in Australia as it may lead to the immediate cancelation of permit and departure from the region.
Though if you really wish to work by holding bridging visa E then you are required to state your urgency to work in Australia while applying for the same. The department will look into your circumstances and will grant you permission to work.
Below mentioned are a few scenarios where an individual is granted permission to work:
1. If you encounter a financial hardship situation.
2. You or either your family mates need the government support. In this case, you are allowed to work.
3. You are working in Australia because of personal issues like medical treatment, illness, etc.
For How Long You Are Allowed To Stay?
The time span for this visa depends on the below mentioned specified events:
1. It will immediately end if you leave Australia as it doesn’t enable you to travel outside the region.
2. When you receive a substantive visa, it will automatically get dissolved.
3. If you violate any policy by participating in the event which is restricted.
What Is Your Accountability?
While applying for the visa you must commit to follow all the rules and regulations and have to make sure that you and everyone included in the application should be in Australia when the application has been lodged and granted.