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An Eye-Opener on the Different Types Of Australian Family Migration Visas

This phenomenon is called "migration", and is defined as "the movement of people from one place in the world to...

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This phenomenon is called "migration", and is defined as "the movement of people from one place in the world to another, for the purpose of taking up permanent or semi-permanent residence, usually across a political boundary". For those planning to move their whole families to nice places in the world, like Australia, here's a peek at the different types of Australian family migration visas.
Partner & Marriage Visas
This type of visa is for fiancées and partners of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or eligible New Zealand residents who wish to enter and/or remain permanently in Australia. The different partner/marriage visas include:
Offshore Partner Visa - subclass 309/100.  This partner visa for individuals who are not in Australia, have a partner or spouse who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen, are of acceptable health and character, are not married to their sponsor or have been in a relationship with them at least 12 months prior to the point of application. Once the Temporary visa (309) is granted, after 2 years the applicant will be eligible for the grant of a Permanent (100) visa.
Offshore Partner Visa - subclass 820/801. This visa is for individuals who are in Australia on an eligible visa, have a partner or spouse who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen, are of acceptable heath and character, are either married to their sponsor or in a relationship with them for at least 12 months prior to the point of application.
Prospective Marriage Visa subclass 300. According to a veteran Perth migration agent, with this visa the individual is able to enter Australia and marry their fiancé' within 9 months of the visa being granted. Once they get married, they can apply for an Onshore Partner Visa (subclass 820) on the basis of their marriage before the subclass 300 visa expires.
Ever since the ancient times, man has always moved from one place to another, either in  search for food, or for more comfortable places to live, and earn a living. This phenomenon is called "migration", and is defined as "the movement of people from one place in the world to another, for the purpose of taking up permanent or semi-permanent residence, usually across a political boundary". For those planning to move their whole families to nice places in the world, like Australia, here's a peek at the different types of Australian family migration visas.
Partner & Marriage Visas
This type of visa is for fiancées and partners of Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or eligible New Zealand residents who wish to enter and/or remain permanently in Australia. The different partner/marriage visas include:
Offshore Partner Visa - subclass 309/100.  This partner visa for individuals who are not in Australia, have a partner or spouse who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen, are of acceptable health and character, are not married to their sponsor or have been in a relationship with them at least 12 months prior to the point of application. Once the Temporary visa (309) is granted, after 2 years the applicant will be eligible for the grant of a Permanent (100) visa.
Offshore Partner Visa - subclass 820/801. This visa is for individuals who are in Australia on an eligible visa, have a partner or spouse who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen, are of acceptable heath and character, are either married to their sponsor or in a relationship with them for at least 12 months prior to the point of application.
Prospective Marriage Visa subclass 300. According to a veteran Perth migration agent, with this visa the individual is able to enter Australia and marry their fiancé' within 9 months of the visa being granted. Once they get married, they can apply for an Onshore Partner Visa (subclass 820) on the basis of their marriage before the subclass 300 visa expires.
Parent Visas
A parent visa allows parents overseas to migrate to Australia, if they have a child in the country who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen. The different Australian parent visas include:
Contributory Parent Visas. This visa is for parents who reside out of Australia, meet the balance of family test (or have at least children residing in Australia), can be sponsored by a child who is settled in Australia as a citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, and meet the character or health requirements.
Further, this visa is divided into two subclasses, Temporary Contributory Parent Visa and Migrant Contributory Parent Visa. The first one doesn't require Assurance of Support, but is only a temporary visa, valid for two years upon first entry and cannot be renewed. The Migrant Contributory Parent Visa needs an Assurance of Support, is valid for two years and allows the applicant to reside indefinitely in the country.
Aged Parent Visa – subclass 804. This visa is for aged parents who reside outside Australia and meet the balance of family test, have at least half their children residing in Australia, meet the health and character requirements, and are able to get sponsored by a child who is an Australian resident.
Child Visas
Child visas are for dependent children, orphan relatives or adopted children of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or New Zealand citizen. There are two types of Child visas, Offshore Child Visa for Australia – subclass 101 and subclass 802.
Subclass 101 allows the child (who should be under the age of 25) to remain in Australia with their parent who is an Australian citizen, permanent citizen or New Zealand citizen.
A subclass 802 application can be lodged while the child is onshore in Australia, and will be allowed to remain, but only when applying for the Onshore Child Visa  - subclass 802.
Remaining Relative Visa for Australia (115 Visa)
This is for applicants whose close relatives are Australian citizens or permanent residents, or New Zealand citizens. It's also for those who can be sponsored by their brother, sister or parent who usually resides in Australia, or is a permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen.
To learn more about the different family visa Australia, contact your Australian immigration consultancy service, or log-on to the website of the Australian embassy in your country.
A parent visa allows parents overseas to migrate to Australia, if they have a child in the country who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen. The different Australian parent visas include:
Contributory Parent Visas. This visa is for parents who reside out of Australia, meet the balance of family test (or have at least children residing in Australia), can be sponsored by a child who is settled in Australia as a citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, and meet the character or health requirements.
Further, this visa is divided into two subclasses, Temporary Contributory Parent Visa and Migrant Contributory Parent Visa. The first one doesn't require Assurance of Support, but is only a temporary visa, valid for two years upon first entry and cannot be renewed. The Migrant Contributory Parent Visa needs an Assurance of Support, is valid for two years and allows the applicant to reside indefinitely in the country.
Aged Parent Visa – subclass 804. This visa is for aged parents who reside outside Australia and meet the balance of family test, have at least half their children residing in Australia, meet the health and character requirements, and are able to get sponsored by a child who is an Australian resident.
Child Visas
Child visas are for dependent children, orphan relatives or adopted children of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or New Zealand citizen. There are two types of Child visas, Offshore Child Visa for Australia – subclass 101 and subclass 802.
Subclass 101 allows the child (who should be under the age of 25) to remain in Australia with their parent who is an Australian citizen, permanent citizen or New Zealand citizen.
A subclass 802 application can be lodged while the child is onshore in Australia, and will be allowed to remain, but only when applying for the Onshore Child Visa  - subclass 802.
Remaining Relative Visa for Australia (115 Visa)
This is for applicants whose close relatives are Australian citizens or permanent residents, or New Zealand citizens. It's also for those who can be sponsored by their brother, sister or parent who usually resides in Australia, or is a permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen.
To learn more about the different family visa Australia, contact your Australian immigration consultancy service, or log-on to the website of the Australian embassy in your country.

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