If you have been granted a visa with the condition "No further stay" on it, then this article is for you to read.
Some times, when you are granted an Australian visa, whether it is student or visitor, a special condition called “No further stay, 8503” is imposed on your visa.
It depends upon case to case basis and the visa officer granting the visa. Just in case your visa carries the 8503 restriction, then you should know what your options are as you are in a little bit of trouble.
First of All: How to check if condition 8503 has been imposed on your visa:
If condition 8503 has been imposed on your visa, you will see the code '8503' listed under the conditions on the visa label in your passport. If you don't have a visa label in your passport there will be information in your grant letter advising that condition 8503 has been imposed on your visa.
What are the implications of condition 8503?
If condition 8503 has been imposed on your visa, it means you cannot apply for another visa or ask for your visa to be extended while you are in Australia. Once you depart Australia, condition 8503 will not prevent you from applying for other visas.
For more information read the following document.
Department of Immigration: No Further stay 8503