Bridging F (class WF) visa is applied to a narrow class of the potential applicants mostly the people suspected to be the victims of the people trafficking. The applicant may be granted up to two bridging F visa and they last for only 45 days or until when a person is no longer suspected to be a victim of people trafficking. In some circumstances, BVF holders may be allowed to travel. The bridging F (class WF) visa is granted to the non-citizens who are outside Australia and it allows one to travel and enter Australia on one occasion until when the time will be specified. Non-citizens are termed to be people who do not hold a visa and have no BVF or holds BVF or even a person how has been invited to make the application under the regulation 2.20B.