Family visas are designed to enable an Australian citizen or resident in Australia to be reunited, in Australia, with his/her relatives from overseas. As such, most family visas are for permanent residence in Australia, although there are a few which are granted for temporary or provisional residence.
Children under 18 may be sponsored for the subclass 102 Adoption visa from overseas in certain circumstances.
Other relatives who are 'aged' and substantially dependent on a 'settled' Australian relative for financial support may be sponsored for settlement in Australia by the Australian relative sponsor under the aged dependent relative visa.
An Australian sponsor can sponsor someone under carer visa for his/her medical needs.
The Child (subclass 101 and subclass 802) visa can be applied for from offshore as well as onshore.
This visa lets a parent of a settled Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen move to Australia
The Dependent Child visa is only available to the children of persons applying for the temporary partner (309 or 820) visas, and can only be granted after the parent has been granted the temporary partner visa.
The Orphan Relative visas can be applied for from offshore as well as onshore.
This visa lets a parent of a settled Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen move to Australia.
An Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen can sponsor his or her de facto partner or spouse for partner visa to live in Australia.
The prospective marriage visa permits the applicant enter Australia to marry his/her prospective spouse and then apply for a Partner visa.
A person with all relatives ‘settled’ in Australia may be sponsored for the 'remaining relative' visa by a close relative in Australia.
AUSTRALIA MIGRATION & EDUCATION AGENTS
Level 26, 360 Collins St Melbourne 3000
Copyright © 2020 AUSTRALIA MIGRATION & EDUCATION AGENTS - All Rights Reserved.