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Migration Agents Sydney - Expert in Parent and Family Visas

Parent Visas is the best way for parents to migrate to Australia if their child is an Australian citizen or permanent resident. Our process is straightforward, and we're here to help with every step.
 
You can be with your family in Australia in no time – our process is fast and easy. We know how important it is for families to be together, so let us help you make that happen.
 
Any permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand can sponsor their family members, dependent children, siblings and relatives in Australia. They can be sponsored for temporary or permanent residence through a family migration Scheme.

Do You Want To Live With Your Child In Australia?

The shorter processing times of the contributory parent visa are much higher than other types, which you need to consider when making your decision.
Non-contributory visas provide an advantage in that the cost is significantly lower.

However, these programs have 'cap & queue' arrangements, which causes delays before consideration of applications due to the low number of places allocated each program year.

Applying for the temporary options can help applicants manage their costs and then transition to permanent status when they're ready.

Parent Visa Categories

The main criteria for eligibility to sponsor are that one must give evidence of financial ability to support their family for at least two years in Australia. Assurance of support might be needed in some cases, including payment of financial bonds for ten years. 

Due to the "cap and queue" restrictions on non-contributory parent visas, limiting the number of visas that can be processed in a given year, they currently take 25 to 30 years.

Depending on the subclass of the Visa, one can be a temporary resident for up to 10 years or get a permanent residence. 

 One of your children is a permanent resident of Australia are New Zealand. 

 Your child has been living in Australia for two years while you apply for an Australian Visa.

 Your sponsor must be above 18 years old.

 You must pass the balance of family test.

 You meet the character and health assessments.

 If your child has not turned 18, someone else can act in his paper and sponsor you until he gets 18 years old. This sponsor can be a guarding or your child, step-parent of your child or live-in partner of your spouse. 

Do You Meet The Eligibility Criteria Of A Parent Visa?

 A community organisation that is looking after the child 

 You must have enough finances to support yourself and your family in Australia, and you don't need to get state support. 

 If you do not meet the balance of the family test, you can still apply under subclass 870.

Assurance of support requires each adult included in the application. The monetary bond is held for a specified period. It is ten years for contributory Visas and 2-4 for other Visas

 There is an aged category requiring an age limit of 66-67 years. 

A parent who applies for a parent Visa needs to pass the balance of family test. This requires that a minimum of half of your children pass the balance of family test; most kids live in Australia. 
 
The primary two types of Australian Visa are contributory and Jon contributory permanent residency. The main difference is due to the price and time process.

The permanent Visas give you access to the government Medicare program. Other than that, the holders of 173 and 884 Visas have access to Medicare. 

For A Parent Visa, You Need To Meet The Balance Of Family Test

TYPES OF PARENT AND FAMILY VISAS

Temporary Contributory Visa Subclass 173

This visa is valid you 2 years. You work and study within two days and meanwhile can apply for a permanent visa.

Contributory Parents Visa

The Contributory Parents Visa allows you to join your children as permanent residents in Australia. And after a few years, they can apply for Australian citizenship. Around 40,000 AUD is spent on the application. 
 
It's called Contributory Parent Visa because they are contributing this amount of money. These are quicker visas and can quickly be processed within 4 to t years. They're for Non-pension parents.

These are further divided into two subclasses. i.e. temporary Contributory Visa subclass 173 and permanent Contributory Visa subclass 143.

Permanent Contributory Visa Subclass 143

One can apply for this permanent visa directly or after temporary Contributory subclass 173.

Non-Contributory Parents Visa Subclass 103 and 804

One can apply for this permanent visa directly or after temporary Contributory subclass 173.

Family Visa

Any permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand can sponsor their family, dependent children, siblings and relatives in Australia. They can be sponsored for temporary or permanent residence through a family migration Scheme. 

The main criteria for eligibility to sponsor are that one must give evidence of financial ability to support their family for at least two years in Australia. 

In some cases, assurance and support might be needed, including payment of financial bonds for ten years. 

Family and Retirement Visas

This is a temporary visa and valid for up to four years. People above 55 years of age can apply for this visa. The Benefits of a retirement visa are as follows;
 
But one must not be dependent other than a spouse under 55 years. They must possess transferable assets worth around 500,000 to 750,000 or the same investment in government bonds.

They must meet health and charter criteria.

Specialist Investor Retirement Visa 

If you have family ties to Australia and have enough retirement funds, you can invest your money in Australia and watch over your investment for four years. 
 
The Family and Retirement visa is one of the more popular visas where they can spend some of their retirement years in Australia and earn. 
 
To be eligible for this visa, you cannot be a first-time visa applicant unless you are a partner of an existing Retirement Visa holder or have not held another substantive visa since the last time you entered Australia. 
 
A former retirement visa holder is not eligible to apply to reapply for it. This is a temporary visa and will not result in permanent residence or citizenship.

Aged Dependent Visa

A permanent resident of Australia/New Zealand can sponsor their aged dependent, but the dependent should be above 60 years old in the case of women and 65 years old (minimum) in the case of men.

There is high demand for aged dependent visas, and available places are just limited. An applicant living in Australia while applying is eligible for a bridging visa, and thus they can live in Australia lawfully until the visa is being processed.

Furthermore, there are many other subclasses for family Visas, such as;
 
  • Adoption visa subclass 102
  • Orphan reactive visa subclass 117
  • Child visa subclass 101
  • Dependent Child Visa 
  • Prospective Marriage visa subclass 300
  • Carer Visa onshore subclass 116
  • Remaining Relative Visa subclass 115
  • Medical Treatment Visa subclass 602
  • Offshore partner temporary subclass 309
  • Onshore partner temporary visa subclass 820
  • Aged Parent Visa subclass 804
  • Schedule three and schedule Four 
  • Character issues and Sponsorship limitation issues.