As many people from all over the world migrate to Australia they leave many things behind, perhaps the most important are their parents. Australia provides many types of parent visas that allows parents of Australian citizens or permanent residents to reunite with their children living in Australia. The Contributory Parent Visa 143 is one of the most popular permanent parent visas available due to its relative short processing time and no need to hold a temporary.
The 143 visa lets parents of a settled Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen live in Australia permanently. If you are granted this visa and want to stay in Australia permanently.
Watch the video to learn more about visa 143. Our Migration Lawyer Hanh Ho reviews the visa purpose, common questions, issues and answers. In the video Hanh outline key points and tip in making a successful visa application.
Applying for the Contributory Parent Visa 143 has a lot of benefits over the Temporary Contributory Parent Visa 173 and the Non-contributory Parent Visa 103. Applying for the temporary 173 visa and then this permanent 143 visa costs more but the costs are spread across the two visas over a longer period of time. As for the Non-contributory Parent Visa 103 despite the lower application fee there can be long a waiting time of up to 30 years for the approval of this visa compared to the permanent parent 143 visa of about 3.5 years.
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In some cases parents who have applied for 143 visa, that have also applied for tourist or tourist visa extensions whilst they are in Australia in order to spend more time with their children in Australia but have unfortunately failed. In this event you might not be eligible for this visa if you have had a visa cancelled or refused while you were in Australia.
If you need to help, call our Lawyer and Migration Agent Hanh Ho on (+61) 04 06 888 639.
As a sponsor there are certain responsibilities required of a sponsor. A sponsor needs to give a written undertaking on their sponsorship application that they will provide financial and other responsibilities for the first 2 years that a parent is in Australia on this visa, sponsors must provide the following:
Assurance of Support
As a sponsor you are required to provide an assurance of support, this means that you must repay any social security payments made to your parent and any family members who came with them, during their 10 years in Australia.
While you may be eligible to sponsor your parents for an Australian visa, you will need to meet a number of eligibility requirements. Having an immigration representative who understands the law will help you prepare all the necessary paperwork for your application. Lawyer and Migration Agent Hanh Ho is one of the best representatives and is a perfect choice for anyone seeking to obtain an Australian parent visa.
Understanding the Australian Immigration Act can sometimes be difficult due to visa condition changes and requirements. Whether or not your parents are granted a visa depends on whether the application is in accordance with Australian immigration law. When the immigration law changes, the eligibility for a visa is also changed. Using a Registered Migration Agent such as Hanh Ho will not only ensure that your application meets all current visa conditions and requirements but using our Lawyer and Registered Migration Agent Hanh Ho can also help you avoid unnecessary application edits saving you time and money while your application is processed. call our Lawyer and Migration Agent Hanh Ho on (+61) 04 06 888 639.
The base application charge for a 143 visa is from 47,000AUD
Paying 47,000AUD for a visa is a major expense in getting your parents an Australian visa. However, applying for the Contributory Parent Visa 143 has a lot of benefits over the Temporary Contributory Parent Visa 173.
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