You always know that your family has your back, and Results Migration recognises this. With expertise in a range of family visas, and locations in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Darwin we are more than happy to help both onshore and offshore applicants migrate to Australia to live with their family.
The Australian Family migration streams offers a range of visas for eligible Australian relatives to chose from. These include provisional and aged parent and parent visas, remaining relative visas, aged dependant relative visa, , contributory parent and aged parent visas and child visas.
Each of these visas provide applicants with the opportunity to be reunited with their international family members, provided they are sponsored by a close family relative who meets the eligibility criteria.
Parent (Permanent) Visa Subclass 103
If you have a child who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen settled in Australia, you may want to come and live in Australia indefinitely on a permanent parent visa. While you will be granted permanent residency rights under this visa, the waiting period for your application is currently up to a 30-year and sponsorship is required.
Aged Parent Visa subclass 804
The Aged Parent Visa is a replica of the Parent Visa however is designed for applicants who are eligible for the Australian aged pension. This to is subject to a 30-year waiting period.
Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa Subclass 173
Under the contributory parent visa categories, applicants who have a child who is Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia, are able to live in Australia for up to two years. Under this visa, sponsorship is still required but the waiting period for processing is much shorter and no Assurance of Support is necessary. Once obtaining this visa, it will be easier to transition into permanent residency through the subsequent 143 visa, provided they meet the relevant criteria.
Contributory Parent (Permanent) Visa subclass 143
If you hold a 173 visa, you may apply for permanent residency through the permanent Contributory Parent Visa subclass 143, provided you still meet the eligibility criteria and your child is still willing to sponsor you. If you do not hold a 173 visa, you may still be able to apply for permanent residency under this visa, however, you will be subjected to additional eligibility criteria.
Through gaining permanent residency under this visa, you will receive a range of rights in addition to being able to live with your children indefinitely.
Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa subclass 884
The temporary Contributory Aged Parent Visa is a replica of the temporary Contributory Parent Visa, however, is designed for applicants who are eligible for the Australian aged pension.
Contributory Aged Parent (Permanent) Visa subclass 864
The permanent Contributory Aged Parent Visa is a replica of the permanent Contributory Parent Visa, however, is designed for applicants who are eligible for the Australian aged pension.
Remaining Relative Visa Subclass 115 and 835
In some circumstances, your only relative may reside permanently in Australia. If this is the case, the Remaining Relative Visa subclass 115 and 835 is the visa for you! This unique visa enables persons to live in Australia permanently provided their relative are willing to sponsor you.
Aged Dependant Relative Visa Subclass 114 and 838
The Aged Dependant Relative Visa allows persons, who are old enough to receive the Australian age pension and are dependant upon a relative who permanently lives in Australia to gain permanent residency. There are certain criteria a person must met to be classified as ‘dependant’ and being a sponsorship based visa, your relative must be willing to sponsor your stay in Australia.
Child Visa subclass 101 and 802
Children of parents who are Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or an eligible New Zealand citizens are permitted to come and stay in Australia for an indefinite period under the Child Visa. This visa is only open to children who are single and under the age of 18, and parents must be willing to sponsor their child.
Family Visa Eligibility Assessment
When you come to see us, we will conduct a Free Work Visa Eligibility Assessment. This will let you know if you meet the basic requirements to apply for a work visa to Australia. To ensure that your assessment gives you a realistic result, ensure that the information you provide is as accurate as possible.
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