FAMILY STREAM - PARTNER VISAS / PARENT VISAS

The Australian family migration stream aims to reunite immediate and extended family members with their eligible Australian relatives.

There are a range of visas in the family stream, including Partner Visas, Parent Visas and etc. Our registered migration agents would like to help create a strategy to help unite your family.

Partner Visas

If you are in a relationship with an Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen, you can get his/her sponsorship and then apply for an Australian Partner Visa. A Partner Visa will allow you to live in Australia with your partner. 

 

No matter if you are married; in a de facto relationship, same-sex or heterosexual, there is a visa that is right for you. That's why it is important for you to get the best advice from Registered Migration Agents. 

Prospective Marriage Visa

(subclass 300)

  • Commonly known as the fiance visa 

  • Needs to be applied outside Australia

  • Once the visa granted, you can travel to Australia, get married legally in Australia and then apply for permanent residency

Partner (Provisional) Visa

(subclass 309)

  • Applicants must be outside Australian when applying for this visa and when the visa is granted

  • Allows visa holders to live in Australia temporarily

  • Getting this visa is the first step towards a Permanent Partner Visa (subclass 100).

Partner Visa (Temporary)

(subclass 820)

  • Applicants need to be in Australia to apply for this visa and when the visa is granted

  • Allows visa holders to remain in Australia on a provisional basis while waiting for an outcome on your permanent 801 visa application

Partner (Migrant) Visa

(subclass 100)

  • ​Usually granted to people who hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 309)

  • Allows visa holders to enter or remain in Australia permanently

  • In most cases, a genuine and ongoing relationship must be continued

Partner Visa (Permanent)

(subclass 801)

  • ​Usually granted to people who hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 820)

  • Allows visa holders to remain in Australia permanently

  • In most cases, a genuine and ongoing relationship must be continued

CONSULTATION

We give the best advice based on your needs

ASSESSMENT

We assess your situation to 

ensure you meet the 

requirements

PREPARATION

We compile all of your

important documents

APPLICATION

We submit your application​

and keep you informed

Parent Visas

If you are a parent of a child or stepchild who, at the time the visa application is lodged, is ‘settled’ and either an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, you are eligible for Australian Parent Visas.

 

But your child must have been lawfully resident in Australia for a reasonable period, normally two years. Although a shorter period can be considered for Australian citizen children if there are compelling and compassionate circumstances.

Parent Visa (Permanent)

(subclass 103)

Contributory Parent Visa (Permanent) (subclass 143)

Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 173)

Aged Parent Visa (Permanent)

(subclass 804)

Contributory Aged Parent Visa (Permanent) (subclass 864)

Contributory Aged Parent Visa (Temporary) (subclass 884)

Having a consultation with RACC's

Registered Migration Agents

​can minimize the possibility of visa refusal

Don't let your loved ones take risks.

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