OTHER VISA TYPES

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    Australian residents, Australian permanent residents and NZ residents can sponsor close family members for permanent residence or migration to Australia.

    Subclass 836 Carer Visa

    The subclass 836 Carer visa is for someone already in Australia who needs to care for an Australian relative, with the long-term or permanent medical condition.

    Applicants must hold a valid visa which allows them to apply for another visa in Australia.

    Applicants will then be granted a bridging visa to remain in Australia while their application is processed.

    Subclass 116 Carer Visa

    The subclass 116 Carer visa allows someone living outside the country to move to Australia to care for a relative in Australia, with a long-term or permanent medical condition.

    The processing time for the subclass 116 Carer visa is quite long so eligible applicants should endeavour to travel to Australia on a Temporary visa and apply for a subclass 836 Carer visa while in Australia.

    This will enable them to remain in Australia while their application is processed.

    Subclass 835 Remaining Relative Visa

    The subclass 835 Remaining Relative visa allows someone already in Australia, who is not a Permanent resident and whose only near relatives are living in Australia, to live permanently in Australia.

    To apply, applicants must hold a visa which allows them to apply for another visa in Australia.

    Once their application is lodged the applicant will be granted a bridging visa to remain in Australia while their application is processed.

    Subclass 115 Remaining Relative Visa

    The subclass 115 Remaining Relative visa allows someone living outside of Australia whose only near relatives are living in Australia to travel to Australia and live permanently in Australia.

    The processing time for the subclass 115 Remaining Relative visa is very long so eligible applicants should endeavour to travel to Australia on a temporary visa in order to apply in Australia for a subclass 835 Remaining Relative visa, which will secure them a bridging visa to remain in Australia while the application is processed.

    Subclass 102 Adoption Visa

    The subclass 102 Adoption visa allows the adopted child of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, to come to Australia and live with their adoptive parents.

    Subclass 802 Child Visa

    The subclass 802 Child visa allows a child of an Australian Permanent resident or a citizen or eligible New Zealand citizen, who does not have Australian Permanent residence, who is in Australia to remain in Australia and live permanently with the child’s parent(s).

    The child must be single and be under 18 years of age, or be a full-time student between the ages of 18 and 25 or if 18 or older, be unable to work due to a disability.

    Subclass 101 Child Visa

    The subclass 101 Child visa allows a child, of an Australian permanent resident or a citizen, or eligible New Zealand citizen who is outside Australia to come to Australia to live permanently with the child’s parent(s).

    The child must be single and be under 18 years of age, or be a full-time student between the ages of 18 and 25 or if 18 or older, be unable to work due to a disability.

    Subclass 838 Aged Dependent Relative Visa

    The subclass 838 Aged Dependent Relative visa allows older people who are dependent on a relative in Australia for financial support, to remain in Australia permanently.

    The subclass 838 Aged Dependent Relative visa must be applied for from within Australia and the applicant must hold a visa that allows the applicant to apply for a visa in Australia.

    Subclass 114 Aged Dependent Relative Visa 

    The subclass 114 Aged Dependent Relative visa allows some older people who are dependent on a relative in Australia for financial support, to migrate to Australia permanently.

    The subclass 114 Aged Dependent Relative visa must be applied for from outside Australia and has a very long processing time. For this reason, eligible applicants should endeavour to travel to Australia on a temporary visa and apply in Australia for a subclass 838 Aged Dependent Relative visa.

    Subclass 804 Aged Parent visa

    Applicants for subclass 804 Aged Parent visa must meet the “Balance of family” Test, meaning 50% or more of their children must live permanently in Australia as permanent residents or more of their children live permanently in Australia as permanent residents than in any other country.

    Applicants for the subclass 804 Aged Parent visa must have at least one child to nominate them for the visa who is settled in Australia, meaning they must have lived permanently in Australia for at least two years before the subclass 804 visa application is lodged. Applicants must undergo health and character checks to meet the criteria for the visa.

    Subclass 103 Parent Permanent Visa 

    The subclass 103 Parent Visa is a permanent visa which allows parents of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia, to live permanently in Australia.

    Given the processing time for subclass 103 Parent visas is currently 30 years plus, the subclass 103 Parent visa is not a practical parent visa option and potential applicants need to consider applying for a subclass 143 Contributory Parent visa.

    Subclass 864 Contributory Aged Parent Permanent Visa

    Applicants for subclass 864 Contributory Aged Parent visas must meet the “balance of family” test, meaning 50% or more of their children must live permanently in Australia as permanent residents or more of their children live permanently in Australia as permanent residents than in any other country.

    Applicants for the subclass 864 Contributor Aged Parent visa must have at least one child to nominate them for the visa who is settled in Australia, meaning their child must have lived permanently in Australia for at least two years before the subclass 864 visa application is lodged. Applicants must undergo health and character checks to meet the criteria for the visa.

    As the subclass 864 Contributory Aged Parent visa is a permanent residence visa, visa holders can go on to become Australian citizens after a qualifying period

    Subclass 884 Contributory Aged Parent Temporary Visa

    Applicants for subclass 884 Contributory Aged Parent visas must meet the “balance of family” test, meaning 50% or more of their children must live permanently in Australia as permanent residents or more of their children live permanently in Australia as permanent residents than in any other country.

    Applicants for the subclass 884 Contributor Aged Parent visa must have at least one child to nominate them for the visa who is settled in Australia, meaning they must have lived permanently in Australia for at least two years before the subclass 884 visa application is lodged.

    The subclass 884 Aged Contributory Parent Temporary visa provides an avenue for potential applicants for subclass 864 Contributory Aged Parent Permanent visas to spread the significant cost of the visa over a longer period of time. Applicants must undergo health and character checks to meet the criteria for the visa.

    Once subclass 884 Contributory Aged Parent Temporary visa holders arrive in Australia they have two years to apply for a subclass 864 Contributory Aged Parent Permanent visa, which is a permanent visa that will allow them to remain in Australia permanently.

    Subclass 143 Contributory Parent Permanent Visa

    The subclass 143 Contributory Parent Permanent visa allows parents of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia to live in Australia permanently. Given the processing time for non-contributory parent visas (currently 30 years plus) in most instances a contributory parent visa is the only practical option to bring a parent to Australia to live permanently. Applicants must undergo health and character checks to meet the criteria for the visa.

    As the subclass 143 Contributory Parent visa is a permanent residence visa, visa holders can go on to become Australian citizens after a qualifying period.

    Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Temporary Visa

    The subclass 173 Contributory Parent Temporary visa allows parents of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia, to live in Australia temporarily. Given the processing time for non-contributory parent visas (currently 30 years plus) in most instances a contributory parent visa is the only practical option to bring a parent to Australia to live permanently.

    The subclass 173 Contributory Parent Temporary visa provides an avenue for potential applicants for subclass 143 Contributory Parent Permanent visas to spread the significant cost of the visa over a longer period of time.

    Once subclass 173 Contributory Parent Temporary visa holders arrive in Australia they have two years to apply for a subclass 143 Contributory Parent Permanent visa, which is a permanent visa that will allow them to remain in Australia permanently.

     

    FAQ ( Frequently Asked Questions )

    What is JADE's success rate?

    JADE is led by My Linh Pham and Michael Cradock. My Linh Pham was the Victoria Government’s first Head of Significant Visa for 2014-2016. Michael is an immigration legal advisor and ex-KPMG audit consultant. JADE is joined by a team of experienced immigration legal advisors and together JADE has 100% success rate of Business & Investor visa grants to Australia.

    What will be the Partners applications processing time?

    The Partners applications processing time will change contingent upon the kind of complications of the program. Every program has separate processing time and criteria. The government of Australia will organize the immigration framework dependent on its financial plan each year. The department of immigration, as a rule, processes the accomplice applications according to the standards and principles of government laid by the legislature for the specific time frame.

    What documents would it be advisable for me to give proof of marital status and identity?

    You ought to give an approved authentication or your birth certificate which expresses your date of birth. For the marital status, you ought to give your marriage declaration. You could likewise give a top-notch color duplicates of the certified duplicates of the passport. If you don’t mind take note of that every one of the documents you give ought to be in English or interpreted to English.

    Would I be able to incorporate my kids into my application?

    Regularly yes you could. Nevertheless, distinctive Australian visas have different prerequisites as well as one answer does not have any significant bearing to all circumstances. The prerequisites and confinements on Australian visas vary contingent upon the visa for which you are actually applying. Thus, do the expenses. You ought to examine your circumstance with JADE’s accomplished and competent experts

    Will my application be prepared and processed sooner?

    Generally, the applications are processed and prepared in the order that they are gotten in. In case that you have a persuading reason on why the application should be processed shortly, you have to give a composed declaration to the appropriate authority expressing your conditions.

    Could my Companion or spouse work on a partner visa in Australia?

    Truly, partner visa enables the holder to work or labor in Australia.

    Would we be able to in any case hold an accomplice visa, if my accomplice doesn't communicate in English extremely well ?

    There is no prerequisite for English test for any of the accomplice classifications, at any rate, you need to demonstrate that you have a solid relationship and excellent understanding of one another.

    What number of stages in the procedure of partner visa?

    The (Provincial) Partner visa is the primary phase towards the permanent Partner visa. A single application can lounge for your permanent or temporary visas plus pay a charge of one application. Your application is handled and processed in two phases, around two years separated.

    The procedure is marginally unique in case that you apply for the prospective marriage (life partner) visa at first. This includes an additional phase in the temporary visa procedure.

    National Visas treats the permanent and provisional phases as separate Premier facilities or services.

    Contact JADE Visa to make your procedure as fastest as possible