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Australian government has designed a visa for the parents living outside Australia and wish to live with their child in Australia. Visa Subclass 173 is the visa which we are talking about. Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173 grant a right to the parents to stay in Australia for 2 years.Your child must be an eligible Australian citizen or New Zealand citizen. A parent can also apply for subclass visa 173 even if your child had lawfully lived in Australia for at least 2 years before applying for the subclass visa. A parent can also involve themselves in Australia’s health Medicare activities,opt for an employment and studies during the visit. Lastly, this temporary visa can be issued to an parent whose child is an Australian, an eligible New Zealand citizen, or an Australian permanent resident. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173 |ISA Migrations & Education Consultants

Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 173)

Who Can Apply For This Visa Subclass 173?
  • You could apply for this visa if you have
    successfully stayed in Australia with
    Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 173) and
    adhered to the laws and regulations of the
    country along with the following
  • You meet the balance of family test requirement
  • You have majority of your children living in
    Australia permanently
  • You have a child who is Australian citizen,
    permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand
  • Have financial sponsorship to support your
    expenses during stay

What This Visa Subclass 143 Lets You Do In
  • This visa subclass 143 lets you indefinitely
    stay in Australia with work and study rights and
    further apply for Australian citizenship once
    become eligible for same. You may also enroll in
    the Australias health scheme (Medicare) and can
    also sponsor eligible family members for
    permanent residence in the country.

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General Eligibility Criteria For This Visa
Subclass 143
  • You must have a child of 18 years or older
    residing in Australia
  • You have met all the health requirements to
    obtain Parent Visa
  • You should be able to provide character
    certificates required by the country
  • You do not hold any outstanding debts to the
    Australian government
  • You do not possess any visa cancelation history
    while your previous stay in Australia

General QA About This Visa Subclass 143
  • How Long Does It Take To Obtain Contributory
    Parent Visa (Subclass 143)?
  • For this visa the process time differs as 75
    percent of the applications get processed within
    39 months and takes around 41 months to process
    90 percent of such applications. These
    applications are approved taking circumstances
    into consideration such as
  • You have submitted complete application
    accurately in one attempt
  • Your time taken to respond with additional
    documents or information requested by the

  • Time taken by external agencies to provide the
    for auxiliary information
  • How long the queue is, to be precise the number
    of existing applicants applied for similar Parent
    Visa Australia prior to you
  • How Do I Get Update On My Visa Process?
  • You may either check the progress of your
    application online at https//
    usc/login or may also consult with your visa
    agent as they are well versed with process being
    in the industry.
  • Can I Avail Bridging Visa Till The Time I Get
    Contributory Parent Visa Grant From Immigration?
  • Well yes, you are entitled to a bridging visa, if
    you are in Australia and already hold subclass
    till the time your application is being processed
    for Parent visa Australia 143.

  • For more information
  • Visit- Migration Agent Perth-ISA Migrations
    Education Consultants
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