Migration agent Perth, West Perth, and East Perth Parental Visa
Phone: (08) 6161 9239
Mobile: 0410 755 603
Web Site: https://redearthmigration.com.au/
Registered Migration Agents – West Perth and East Perth
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What are different types of Parental Visas to Australia?
- Parent Visa Subclass 103
- Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 143
- Aged Parent Visa Subclass 804
- Contributory Aged Parent Visa Subclass 864
- Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa Subclass 884
- Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa Subclass 173
- Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa Subclass 870
What are the benefits of Parent Visas?
Subclasses 103, 804 & 143 – These are permanent visas. The visa holder can stay permanently as well as sponsor eligible family members to come to Australia. They can apply for Australian citizenship if eligible too.
Subclass 864 – This is a permanent visa. The visa holder can stay permanently, work and study in Australia. They can enrol in the public health care scheme too.
Subclass 884 & 173 – These are temporary visas. The visa holder can live in Australia for up to 2 years, work and study. They can apply for the corresponding permanent visas (864 & 143) too.
Subclass 870 – This is a temporary visa. The visa holder can visit Australia for up to 3 or 5 years, can apply for a further visa for up to 10 years. But, they cannot work in Australia.
What are the eligibility criteria for the Parent Visas?
The Parent Visas to Australia requires the applicants to meet the following criteria;
- Be outside Australia when the application is being processed (103 & 143).
- Be in Australia but not in immigration clearance, when the application is being processed (804, 864, 884)
- Be a parent of an eligible child who is a settled Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen
- Be sponsored by an eligible child who is a settled Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen (173)
- Meet the balance-of-family test (173 & 143)
- Be old enough to receive the age pension in Australia (804, 864 & 884)
- Meet all applicable visa conditions and follow Australian law
- Have an approved Parent Sponsor, apply online and lodge the visa within 6 months of sponsorship approval (870)
What are the costs of these visas?
These parental visas cost as follows;
|Visa Type||Cost(from AUS $)|
|Parent Visa 103||6.415|
|Aged Parent Visa 804||6,415|
|Contributory Aged Parent Visa 864||47,545|
|Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa 884||33,285|
|Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa 173||31,930|
|Contributory Parent Visa 143||47,755|
|Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa – 3 years||5,000|
|Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa – 5 years||10,000|
What is the processing duration of this visa?
There is no standard processing time available for these visas.
What is the process involved in obtaining a parental visa to Australia?
Checking the eligibility, payment of 1st and 2nd installments, assessment and waiting for a vacant place are involved in the process for obtaining this visa.
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