Australian Family Visas
Our experienced Immigration Lawyers can help you to reunite with your family. Australian family visas are very complex and confusing. Applicants need to ensure that they select the right visa option and that they meet the eligibility criteria, otherwise the application may be refused.
Australian family visas are essentially uniquely designed with the aim of helping immigrants to Australia bring their relatives to join them and live here permanently. The various Australian family migration streams offer a range of visa opportunities; these include, provisional and permanent parent visas, child visa and remaining relative visas and even adoption visa. Each visa subclass will have different type of benefits attached to it. Choosing the right option is important; some visas allow you to stay in Australia whilst awaiting the processing of your application, other visa types do not provide this benefit.
At Gold Migration Lawyers, we have an experienced team of Immigration Lawyers who can make strong submissions to support your application. Sound knowledge of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) and the Migration Regulation 1994 (Cth) is important for submitting a valid and decision ready applications to the Department of Home Affairs.
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TEMPORARY PARENT VISAS
PERMANENT FAMILY VISAS
OHER FAMILY VISAS
Subclass 836/116 - Carer Visa (Onshore/Offshore)
This permanent visa lets you stay in Australia to care for someone with a long-term medical condition. They must have no reasonable access to care options in Australia. This visa requires the applicant to be sponsored by their Australian relative or their Australian relative’s partner.
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frequently asked questions
Yes, you will have full working rights, unless you hold a Sponsored Parent (subclass 870) visa.
You can apply for a Sponsored Parent (subclass 870) visa. You can apply for up to 3 or 5 years at a time (up to 10 years maximum). It costs less and the processing times are usually less than 6 months.
An aged parent is an individual who is of pension age in Australia. This changes regularly and can be found of the Department of Social Services website.
For children who have a Parent who is an Australian Citizen, a Permanent Resident or an eligible New Zealand Citizen.
Sometimes it may be, depending on the circumstances. The AoS is a financial bond which is paid by an assurer to provide financial support to the Migrating Child. The assurer does not necessarily have to be the sponsor of the child.