Bridging Visa D (BVD)



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What is the Bridging visa D (BVD).

A Bridging visa D (BVD) is a temporary visa that allows you to stay in Australia for a short period until you are able to make a substantive visa application or are granted a Bridging visa E (BVE).

This visa lets you stay in Australia for a short time until you are able to make a substantive visa application or are granted a Bridging visa E (BVE).​​

It does not allow you to work or re-enter Australia if you leave.

There is no application charge for a BVD.

Bridging visa D – BVD (subclass 040)

You might be granted a BVD (subclass 040) if all of the following apply to you:

  • you are in Australia
  • you do not hold a visa or you hold a visa that will end in the next three working days after the day you applied for the BVD
  • you tried but were unable to apply for a substantive visa – for example, you did not pay the correct charge or you filled out the wrong visa application form – but you will be able to do so within the next five working days (you might then be eligible for a Bridging visa C (BVC).
  • A BVD (subclass 040) will cease at the end of five working days after it was granted.

Bridging visa D – BVD (subclass 041)

You might be granted a BVD (subclass 041) if all of the following apply to you:


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  • you are in Australia
  • you do not hold a visa
  • you are either unable or do not want to apply for a substantive visa
  • an authorised officer is not available to interview you.
  • A BVD (subclass 041) will cease at the end of five working days after it was granted, or if you are granted a BVE (subclass 050) within those five working days.

Bridging visa D – BVD (subclass 040-041).

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The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
Some Visa Applicants might find an Experienced Australian Migration Agent of great assistance.

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