The Migrant Visa Australia permits an individual to come into Australia and to reside their everlastingly. Nevertheless, still he has to follow all the rules and regulations of that visa lay down by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC).
Department of Immigration and Citizenship provides the migrant visa for the family of Australians and qualified citizens of New Zealand. Previous permanent citizens of Australia can also get a migrant visa to come back to Australia.
There are quite a many migration alternatives for fiances, spouses, children, parents and various other members of the family of Australian citizens, permanent inhabitants of Australia or qualified citizens of New Zealand.
Spouses and fiances of citizens of Australia, permanent inhabitants of Australia or qualified New Zealand citizens may come and/or to stay on a permanent basis in Australia. Partner class migration may be applicable in the case of:
Parents can immigrate to Australia in case they have their child in Australia who is actually a citizen of Australia, permanent inhabitant of Australia or qualified New Zealand inhabitant.
For reliant children, orphan kin or approved adopted child of a citizen of Australia, permanent inhabitant of Australia or qualified New Zealand inhabitant.
Reliant relatives in their old age, alive kith and kin and caretakers of the citizens of Australia, permanent inhabitants of Australia and qualified New Zealand citizens can request for migrant visa Australia.
At the time when the Department of Immigration and Citizenship grants a migrant visa to the applicant, the visa holder must come into Australia prior to a specific date or he has to face the risk of losing his visa. For instance, the previous inhabitant visa and partner visa state a date subsequent to which the visa holder can not make use of his visa to enter Australia. The dependent relatives of the main visa holder must come along with him or after he comes into Australia.
About Australian Visas
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